Monthly Archives: December 2015

Walter

He stood and aimlessly watched the parade of patrons and volunteers that wandered daily past his kennel. All so familiar, so ordinary. Just like every other day he mused. Nothing new. Nothing special. Moving to the small crumpled blanket near … Continue reading

Posted in Reflection | 3 Comments

Lookin’ For Santa Paws

Over the years, I have mentally divided the population into two groups.  Those that love animals, and everyone else.  And among those that do, I have had the pleasure of meeting many that I call Animal Angels.  The people that … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Compassion, Pets | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

Home For The Holidays

Home: noun -The place (such as a house or apartment) where a person lives The above, as defined by Merriam Webster, is what a home is supposed to be.  I do not totally disagree, but I do think it falls … Continue reading

Posted in Home, Life, Reflection | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Everyone Is Someone

“The tragedy is not that things are broken.  The tragedy is that they are not mended again” Alan Paton South African author 1903-1988 In a comment made about one of my recent posts, a blogger friend made reference to “our … Continue reading

Posted in Life, Perspective, Relationships | Tagged , | 2 Comments

The Food It Sells Plays Jingle Bells

It took a team of cashiers, 13 different hidden cameras, and a whole lot of Christmas spirit to pull off this epic holiday surprise! Edeka, Germany’s largest supermarket chain, decided to surprise its shoppers with a seasonal treat, in an … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Tribute | Tagged , | Leave a comment

A Christmas Trilogy Part III

The Greatest Ever Christmas Tree Part III Ruckus The man with a puzzled look Turned and then a few steps took Until in front of Hoot he stood And with all the control he could Said “Hoot, I know I’m … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Fantasy, Poetry | Tagged , | 5 Comments

A Christmas Trilogy Part II

The Greatest Ever Christmas Tree Part II Toothpick From the brush there came a rustle And the bunny with a hustle Hopped to Hoot and quickly said I found him but I ran ahead Tell your friend, do not dismay … Continue reading

Posted in Christmas, Fantasy, Poetry | Tagged , | Leave a comment