Dogs just want to understand. They come into our human world with no understanding of what we expect of them. So they watch us and they learn. If we are smart dog owners, we help them out and teach them. The good news is, your dog is watching.
Archives for June 2014
You need a smart, independent, hardworking person to be your next VP in charge. Just make sure that you choose wisely, or you too could end up on the floor bleeding.
My past lies behind me like a long convoluted road through a jungle of experiences. When once I dreaded thinking about all the mistakes and all the pain I went through as I traveled, today I can look upon its landscape as a series of rather unique gifts…much to my surprise.
It’s been quite a journey and not always an easy one. Because, by nature, I am a bit shy
and a bit of an introvert, it took an awful lot of courage to not only make the move to a new country, but to continue to pursue my passion for street photography.
A concoction of fermented cabbage and raw garlic, with ingredients including radish and chilli peppers, Koreans have been convinced of the therapeutic benefits of kimchi for centuries.
As thrilling and enriching as these trips can be, nowhere is the expression “Better safe than sorry” more warranted. Here is a quick primer on the most essential information to keep in mind when considering adventure travels.
A month ago the first Hollywood movie since 1959 finished filming in Cuba. Papa is a Canadian-Cuban-American co-production on my literary hero Ernest Hemingway. Papa got around the US trade embargo by being filmed in all of the places Hemingway lived or hung-out in in Cuba and I’ve been to them all.
It’s quite often the little things in life that make the biggest difference. That’s definitely the case with small successes – it’s those personal little triumphs that can make an amazing impact on your day and have you feeling on top of the world.
In wildlife photography, something can happen when you are in the moment – it is so easy to let the desire for a good picture override the welfare of the subject and the environment. It is such a strong pull, and creates a precarious balance that wildlife photographers need to achieve.
Due to a “challenge” put before me by a good friend, today I attempt something I know I’m not good at – using brevity in one of my food posts. While I’m at it I’ll work at preparing our taste buds for our upcoming Mexican vacation by preparing a hot, spicy little side dish that is totally fantastic – Jalapeño-Cilantro Coleslaw!