Oh, Logistics.

We spent about an hour this morning discussing the issue of lamps.  In order to make it safely to ABQ, the lamps need to be packed.  All of them need to have their bulbs removed and their shades packed separately; in the case of the floor lamps, I gather we don’t pack the long stems…

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Aventure and Falling in Love

  In my online Taking the Aventure classes, we start off with “Remembering Your Aventures,” and there’s a guided meditation (which you can get for free if you sign up for my newsletter!), meant to help the listener remember some of the previous aventures he or she has had in his or her life.  Because…

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Fun With Corgis

You want to know what’s exciting?  I’ll tell you what’s exciting.  Exciting is when you’re on your own, so you need to walk all the dogs yourself, but there are three of them, so you really need to do two dog walks, on account of the extreme stubbornness of Australian Cattle Dogs and Welsh Cardigan…

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Robins:1. Corgi:0.

Usually when Gryffyn catches wildlife in the backyard, which is more often than we’d like, the wildlife is down her throat and gone before we can do anything about it.  Or we do try to help, and then it drags itself off to die sadly under a tree.  Given that, we’d rather she ate her…

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It’s Raining

We woke up this morning to the sound of alarms on all the iPhones, alarming us with the news that we should watch out for the flash floods. EJ said he wouldn’t have minded the alarms if they hadn’t gone off so early. I said that it would be sorta useless to get alarms later,…

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Hell, no, we won’t go!

It’s hot here today, and muggy.  It’s a good day to stay inside and be grateful for the air conditioning.  Since we have dogs, however, that’s not allowed.  Part of the day, at least, has to be spent making sure the dogs get their exercise. But they don’t want to go outside, either.  Cause it’s…

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