My future surviving family members will be glad I only saved the digital evidence of this sticky nose.
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It is so useful, yet so under re-utilized. Or, that's just what I think as a New Yorker concerned about trash and recycling rules.
We had just walked in the door from a family road trip. The mood: generally happy. Also: one wrong move away from all three of us flipping our lids. (Read: fast-food bloated, dirty, and exhausted.) I believe we were all standing in the kitchen, with KC unpacking Ozzy's food stuffs, Ozzy waiting for a fresh … Continue reading Garlique: Cupid?
It's crossed my mind, of course, "Oh, to be a puppy photographer..." My guess is only blind, severely allergic, or terrible people are the people who wouldn't want to look at puppies—and then, pictures of puppies—all day, erry day. And it's obvious to me, now, why everyone isn't a puppy photographer: it's nearly impossible to get … Continue reading Puppy Axel is Blurry
Daily, I'm frustrated to the exact point of being unable to write about said frustrations, which cancels out the GD point of reading about/listening to news reports in the first place. But, I can always edit. Luckily there are so many written mistakes that appall me in a day that eventually I can calm my … Continue reading Tom, I need an editor.