Monthly Archives: July 2014

Teasing the Dog

I have learned that if I stop in my son’s doorway and stick my tongue out at his dog, she will growl at me. I find this highly amusing. He, on the other hand, finds her annoying and can’t figure … Continue reading

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Animal Communication

I know. I’ve written on this before. Problem is before I mentioned dogs and cats. Other animals try to communicate as well. I know how to talk to squirrels so that they stop what they’re doing and turn their head … Continue reading

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A Dog I Used To Know

I had a dog a few years ago. Her name was Magic. She had many ways to communicate. One way was to sit down if I asked her to do something she didn’t want to do. It was her way … Continue reading

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Animal Communication – What are you saying, Kitty Cat?

While humans try to communicate with animals, I believe the animals try just as hard to communicate with us. I’ve written about my cat, Hunter, who had surgery May 30. She recuperated well, but recently has begun doing strange things … Continue reading

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Alas! One Pile Disappeared Completely!

In my last post I wrote about the yard waste piles that might migrate down the block (street?) during the predicted storms on Tuesday. The first pile mostly stayed where it was; the second pile has disappeared completely. Perhaps that … Continue reading

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Turning Into A Contest – The Traveling Yard Waste

My neighbor a few houses up the street worked in her yard this weekend. Her pile of yard waste is bigger than the neighbor’s that I wrote about yesterday. The first neighbor’s pile of yard waste still sits where the … Continue reading

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Have Pile of Yard Trash, Will Travel

My neighbor across the street did some yard work about ten days ago. He put all the stuff he raked up, cut off and moved off his property into a pile of what looked like mostly pine straw to me. … Continue reading

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