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Archives for March 2012
Frequent washouts from seasonal torrential rains made the going tricky and, at times, even a little perilous. However, we finally arrived at a small community, the site of bountiful mines producing high quality Dominican amber.
You should never be a secret. A man should be proud to say he is dating you and you should know the definitions and lines of where you stand in each others lives.
E-mails should not be treated as a tweet or a text message. They should be written with care and attention. They don’t need to be missives but they should always contain a salutation and a valediction (adieu).
Life in the driest state on the driest continent was different this spring. Nature provided a beautiful prelude to the season of rebirth in South Australia. The Murray River floodplains were transformed after more than a decade of drought. Just add water!
The more I get to know and love something, the more I respect and connect with it. This is the thought that pushed me to move onto a sailboat and get out there to meet the world … powered by the wind.
From our ringside seats at the Deep Cove Market on the Saanich Peninsula in British Columbia, Canada we watch these amazing border collies do what they were born to do: work. It is a wonderful dance between the sheep and the dogs as choreographed by the trainer. The field is set with small white hurdles called […]
Is it more ethical or moral to use positive dog training? For Eric Brad, the reasons are less lofty and more practical. And sometimes the simplest reasons can be the most compelling.
I wanted to know what keeps a marriage out of the red and in the black; where there is more credit than debit on both sides. It’s easy to feel when one is in this kind of company and so obvious to sense when not. The gut just knows. But what is it?
Today let’s talk about allowing people to help me. Have you ever felt like you couldn’t count on anyone, that you had to do everything by yourself?