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Take one dog with an appetite for tree bark and one owner who loves plants and what do you get?

Tabasco Sauce and the Amazing, Astounding Zelda   My aunt and uncle had a beautiful, large Weimaraner named Zelda. Zelda had the run of the fenced in backyard. Zelda had an amazing, adventurous life. Some days, Zelda was a horse, … Continue reading

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Johnny Carson and Heart – an exploration of my (goofy) childhood

It’s an interesting week in the Pop Culture realm. Heart and Johnny Carson and me photo credit: dogwelder via photopin cc Heart released their biography “Kicking and Dreaming: A Story of Heart, Soul and Rock & Roll” and they have … Continue reading

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4 Things NOT to do When You Fall Out of a Tree

I Survived! I spent a lot of time in trees when I was a child. By “a lot”, I mean approximately 90% of the time I was outside, I was climbing one of the four pecan trees in our yard. … Continue reading

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Grocery Store Feet

“Turn on the hose and wash off. You’ve got grocery store feet,” my mother told me every day of summer during my childhood. Most of my summer days were spent outside. I would be sent outside when the sun came … Continue reading

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Thanks for the memories…

I had the wonderful opportunity to guest post on The Introverted Reader’s “Saturdays in the South” and I thoroughly enjoyed strolling down memory lane. Want to find out what pancakes, coffee, beauty shops, Waylon Jennings and Fried Green Tomatoes have in … Continue reading

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