Tag Archives: Family Matters

Sacrificial Lambs

It was a normal dinner on that evening in 1996. But it was also one that I can never forget: it was the day when I lost my father. As always, we were watching the national news during dinner. Then … Continue reading

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Only Time

“I love you.” Those are the three words that I speak to Prime quite often; a good number of our conversations end with me saying that. While on our way home, I will randomly utter those words. While crashed out … Continue reading

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Weekly Reader Vol 1 Issue 28

It’s time for more news and views that you can peruse! It’s another Weekly Reader! Read what you want, bookmark others for later, or binge read everything at once. It’s up to you. Got something you’d like to share? Drop … Continue reading

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Gratitude is Overrated

It’s Thanksgiving. Today is the day we’re supposed to be grateful. To be honest, I am grateful about some things. For example: -My husband. -My job. -My friends. -My cat. -My car. -My house. Again, these are some of the … Continue reading

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Wagging the Dog

There’s been debate as of late in regards to temperament testing in animal shelters, as to whether or not this is a good idea or even necessary. Then there’s this: The exercise purports to evaluate “resource guarding” — how viciously a … Continue reading

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