Years ago, a horse friend of mine divulged that she occasionally called on an animal communicator to talk to her horses. I was skeptical at first, but decided to give it a go. I'm so glad I did! I used Jana Wagner and did 30 minute conversations with Brandy in February, Calando (our horse) in... Continue Reading →
Brandy is Back
After 8 weeks of basically crate rest.... Brandy got the all clear to be a puppy again! We're all thrilled - but not as thrilled as she is. https://www.instagram.com/p/CLVK8ufJBRf/ I saw both the before and after X-rays. They're hard to look at. The initial breaks were severe, and the hardware used to fix the joint... Continue Reading →
State of our Union
Writing for oneself - without deadlines or metrics - can be a cathartic experience and I think I need more of those especially now.
Ellie + Mr. Burns
I don't know how so many months managed to sneak by without an update, but here we are. So much has happened! Sioux and I made a very unsuccessful NW3 attempt - although it did cement in my brain that she is NOT a hot weather dog - and we became a foster home for... Continue Reading →
The Virtual Event Conundrum
There's been so much going on in the world and in our own sliver of it, that I just haven't had the time to put my thoughts into a coherent sentence. Instability has been a way of life lately for everyone. Are we going to get sick? Is someone we love going to get sick?... Continue Reading →
The Triumphant Return from Maryland
I took a chance and entered Sioux in and NW2 in MD... and we got in!
Clementine was my first senior rescue, my first NYACC pull, and the driving force behind much of what I do rescue-wise now. Without Clementine, there would be no Eddie.
Crazy Eddie’s Last Hurrah
But if you know me at all, you know that grunting noises and a set of googley eyes draw me like in a seagulls to a dumpster. So let me tell you the story of Eddie.
A little good, a little bad.
It's been nearly two months since my last post and so much has changed. Some good things, some not good.
The problem with more.
Every time I see a meme that says something to the effect of "there's always room for one more dog" or more dogs = better, I cringe. I'm here to tell you that more isn't always better.