So, I could be running errands today, and may still, but I won’t be out and about alone, if I go. My son’s dog, Daisy Mae, is frightened by storms. This knowledge was somewhere in the back of my brain, but it wasn’t exactly first hand knowledge as to how badly storms scared her, not … Continue reading Storms
Looking back over some sketches I did while waiting at various places. Some are not bad at all. Deciding how to incorporate those images and finding the best ones for the story at hand is above my skill level at present. This is proving to take more time than I realized. Children faces aren’t easy. … Continue reading Practice Makes Perfect
Eating. Have you ever eaten in front of a dog? No, wait. . . Have you ever eaten in front of a companion dog? Oh, wait, even better still . . . Have you ever eaten in front of your companion grand-dog? I have. It looks like this.
Daisy Mae and I have coexisted for several years now. Daisy is much more easy going than I am, but even she has her limits. Every so often I discover the location of those limits. Lately, Daisy and I have been morning the loss of our companion, Robin, my dog that crossed the bridge last … Continue reading Daisy Mae and Me
So, many times closet cleaning has involved trying different methods, the latest craze was tried out of frustration. I don’t like cleaning. The less there is to clean the easier and faster it is. This new cleaning fad, that has been around for a while, finally caught up to me. Joy. Previously my most successful … Continue reading Joy