Project 366: Day 180

Have you noticed the past couple of Project 366 posts were numbered incorrectly? My apologies for any confusion I may have caused to those of you who use my Project 366 to help keep track of your days. You did not really get to live Day 178 twice, and you did not miss Day 179. *sigh*

Still hanging with the dogs, here’s Sundae in all his under-bite glory. He’s with us for three and a half more weeks, and he seems to be having fun playing with the big dogs. Continue reading

Word Games or How Words with Friends may leave you feeling depressed, because your friends always use the triple word square, and they always win with words like qi and xi.

This post is dedicated to Mike S., a guy who – for years – has surpassed me with his knowledge of music and art. And now, in this age of Facebook, he surpasses me with his knowledge of words and his skill in the game “Words with Friends”.*

I have always had a thing for word games. When I was little, I would watch my Mom play Jumble, which was printed in the comics section of the newspaper. Eventually, I started to ‘jumble’ with my Mom often asking the question, “Is this a word I know?” Continue reading

Project 366: Day 179

Wilbur is a funny dog. With confidence, I say he is one of the weirdest dogs I have met. Regardless of his quirks, regardless of his stinky gas and gurgley belly, Wilbur can also claim to be one of the most loyal dogs. He is at our side through thick and thin, and he is at his sister’s side, too. (Cherokee)

I’ve often said, when one of the siblings passes, the other will pass shortly after of a broken heart. Until then, we love our Wilbur (and Cherokee).

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Project 366: Day 177

It’s a girl! We welcome yet another pooch onto our Ark.

It is my pleasure to introduce the lovely Border Collie Augie. She’s the happiest dog on the block. My her smile bring you joy on this day.

Psst… She’s not really living with us. She’s happily living at her real house with my sister and her husband. We got to see Augie over the weekend, and I just couldn’t resist sharing her smile with you. Continue reading