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Spring Beach

  Fickle Spring is a tease. One sweet day followed by wind swept chill. But quickening is palpable. Sunbeams dance as waves tease the shore. The occasional beach stroller, newly sans hat and gloves, will notice a softness to the … Continue reading

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Sweet Memory

  In the blink of an eye, slow wandering down an ancient alley in St. Thomas, the warmth of sunshine, the scent of the sea, the joyful nod of scarlet flowers in the breeze,  all relegated to memory. Sweet reminiscence … Continue reading

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Sam Without Daisy

Animals in a household mourn a loss as keenly as other family members. But we are all learning to adapt and adjust to life without Daisy. For those of us with intellect and speech, we can temper sadness with an … Continue reading

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Equal Time

“My turn,” he seems to say with a batting paw and a muffled meow. Benign neglect during this past month of Daisy concern and care certainly understandable, but becoming less acceptable. “She’s eating and on meds these days,”  he seems to … Continue reading

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Daisy Update

Happier than most times to turn the calendar to a new month. January has not been kind. February dawns as we keep a vigil, waiting for results from biopsies taken during the endoscopy and blood work testing for Addison’s Disease. On … Continue reading

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Anxiety Afghan

Stitched by nervous energy during the past three weeks of Daisy’s illness. Peaks of hope and valleys of despair woven into stitches and rows. More tests. More waiting for results. And the afghan continues to increase in size.

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Deep Freeze

Old Silver frozen squirrel adds layer of fat and Daisy dons boots Our Pampered Princess in a Yellow Lab Suit, after initial refusal to budge, has grudgingly   accepted her boots as the cost of doing the business of walking … Continue reading

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