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Fabric of Life - The Flower Path

In the space of two weeks, this became………

The morning dog romp is in the books and I am all jacked up on that Community Coffee.  Seems like a good time to try and arrange some electronic ones and zeros into what eventually might be a weekly blog post.


I like to count time;  sometimes the days blur and I have trouble recalling if it is Wednesday or Saturday………….. so I count.  It has been 97 days since I have been out for supplies.  That is gonna have to change in the very  near future.   It has been 503 days

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The Fabric of Life - Inside Out Empty

“If there are no dogs in Heaven, then when I die I want to go where they went.” —Will Rogers

I am about to get ahead of all this dog hair. The fine silky black hair that engrained itself in the carpet, settled in out of the way crevices and wafted through the air to land in whatever I was cooking was a royal pain.  Every day sees less evidence of a good dog gone. The dog bowls have been washed and stored away. Her leftover dry food and dog treats went to the Ranch dogs.

It was a month

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Fabric of Life - Wrongfun

Been awhile since I did a Fabric of Life piece.  I am overdue for real.  If you had your heart set on some reading material focused on soft little kitties and magic ponies, you hit the wrong place today.  Just sayin’…………

My maternal grandparents. Stern stock

I do not think there has been a day go by lately that I read or see or hear something about goings on out in the world that don’t make me wonder “What are those people possibly thinkin’ ??”   This week seems to be a standout in that regard. Muslim refugees are over-running the EU

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Fabric of Life - The Good Dog Lost

My runnin’ buddy – Tuco the Dog

Label me jaded and you would be mostly right. Growing up as a veterinarian’s kid, animals were utility items.  Same as a John Deere tractor or a Stihl chainsaw.  You maintained them and cared for them as a matter of course because of the utility they afforded at some point.   You certainly did not befriend and name an animal whose tasty bits might be sizzling in a skillet next month.  That would be just plain silly.

Call me maudlin’ or name me as an overly sentimental old man but I have come to

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