I love her. But I also hate her. Maybe once you read the reasons I hate my dog, you’ll understand.
My husband always wanted to be one of those fancy architects who designed furniture. You know, like Frank Lloyd Wright, Marcel Breuer, and Charles Eames. What do you think? Will this be the latest rage in furniture design?
Some pictures have me scratching my head. I think they do the same for my dog Honey.
I think I know exactly what someone else is thinking. But most of the time, it turns out that I’m completely wrong. What if I’m just as mistaken about Honey? What does my dog really think?
Instead of folding up Honey’s crate and moving it to the attic every morning before prospective buyers come to look at the house, we’ve decided to let her sleep on the bed. Yeah, that’s why I’m yawning. But I do have some great tips for sharing your bed with a dog. Tips For Sharing Your […]
When I’m holding a dripping paint roller or balancing on a ladder, you’ll hear a frequent refrain: “Honey, why can’t you?… If my dog could do a few things to help me out, I wouldn’t mind a bit.
I see fewer dogs out walking with their people on snowy days with temperatures below 0. But those I do see make me happy I have a golden retriever.
Amazing. Although I never trained her to do this, my dog learned something very smart. Apparently she taught herself. If only my dog would teach herself a few other skills.
Nearly a year ago, I wrote a post that claims dogs are better than kids. I still find it funny. Especially the comments. But I feel bad for not giving kids equal time. Today is the day I tell you why kids are better than dogs.