As I sit in my beach chair looking out at the Matanzas River while writing this post, I’m thankful. Thankful for the many things that help me be here. Because I wouldn’t be cruising if not for…
Recently we learned a new skill on the boat. As with most things, it got me thinking about dogs. And how important it is for us to use the right words to talk to them.
We never have enough time in the day. How can we fit training our dog into an already full schedule? Here’s my miraculous way to make time to train your dog.
She doesn’t ask me in English, but Honey often has questions. I’ve learned over the years that our life together is better if I don’t ignore her when she’s asking me something. Do you answer your dog’s questions?
Living on a boat allows Honey to meet some unusual species. Can you guess which one she barks at?
First you get the look. Then the whine. Ignore her long enough and you get the bark. It’s time to take the dog for a walk.
It’s official. Honey is middle-aged. Although she didn’t ask for anything for her birthday this past Thursday, there are a few things I wish I could give her.
We haven’t sunk the boat. Honey is fit and happy. And I haven’t forgotten how to write. What better reason to update my much-neglected blog than to join the 7th Annual Pet Blogger Challenge?
What’s the prettiest part of the boat?