I didn’t know, really, what had been so different about this one. Certainly, we had had other foster puppies. Their time with us would come to an end, and they would move on. And after missing them for a day or so, we would, too. But this one. . .
Once every hundred mornings or so, Pam will sleep in a bit, and will thereafter sit down to her blog a little later than usual. The dog(s), however, who get up each day at the same time, eat each day at the same time, and get walked each day at the same time, will, on […]
Gretchen Rubin wrote in The Happiness Project about the year she spent “test-driving the wisdom of the ages, the current scientific studies, and the lessons from popular culture about how to be happy.” Today, the Puppiness Project is my husband’s attempt to learn the same from Honey, my Golden Retriever. Play to Win Regular visitors to this blog […]
Guest Post from Michael. This morning, I give my wife a break by writing a guest post in which I explain the real reason behind her recently revealed opposition to the too-cute treatment of puppies: in short, so that mostly true stories like the one that follows are simply not allowed to happen to anyone […]