Category Archives: mutt

My Dog Pride

    This is a work of fiction, no animals were injured, in any fashion, during this production. Any resemblance to any other canine, living or dead, is purely coincidental and is not intended to bring tears to the eyes … Continue reading

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Reflections/Interjections

     Oh, oh. I just realized that I have nothing prepared for Thursday’s post. What to do? What to do? Hmm, I’ve got it, the old standbys, the tried and true, the always popular, “Reflections/Interjections. Yup, that’s the ticket. I hope you enjoy … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Life

     Please allow me to introduce you to Melody, she is a rescued dog from Tennessee. She is amazingly loveable, so smart, and she is my “grandogga” and she loves me to a point of distraction at times. I do however, take a back seat … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Life

     I have just learned of a new subscriber to poemsandponderings, a veterinarian from Australia. Welcome aboard Doc, this one’s for you. The rest of you have read this before. A couple of months ago I posted this and though I did say it … Continue reading

Posted in Animals, Australia, children, comfort, command, dog, Down Under, Family, humor, life, Life's Companion, Make Believe, men, mischievious, mutt, ponderings, reflections, Sleep, stranger, veterinarian, wealth and worth, wishing, women, Words on Wanderings | 2 Comments

Interjection

     Just a bit of a chuckle for a Friday morning. (I hope). Not much effort involved in this. Sorry. But, have a fiendishly, friendly, Friday anyway, Jake. Oh, where, oh where, has my little dog gone? Oh, where, oh, where, can … Continue reading

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