Sorry to be so quiet lately. Been working in a big project. More details to follow, but for now, I’ve been thinking a lot about what I love about my work. Here’s my 5 best things about being a pet sitter. 1) Tons of BFFs Pet sitters have lots and lots of best furry friends.…Read more »
The seasons are changing. The days are shorter, the nights colder and longer. Time to find a nice warm bed and hunker down. And try not to think about winter.
“Eeewww…and boo!” my sister wrote this morning in response to a note I’d sent out to my siblings. Butterscotch used to be my dad’s dog, and she came to live with us when Dad could no longer care for her. Periodically I send out a short update to my sisters about her health or something…Read more »
Feeding dogs is a breeze…at least most dogs. They will eat darn near anything, especially if you have a lab or lab mix. The lab motto is: “It might be edible…might as well check.” It could be a plastic butter container (a favorite of Paris’s) and they will still eat it. So many dogs will eat anything…Read more »
The rains have been coming and coming and coming for two days. We went from July temps just a week ago, to chilly, rainy days with barely a chance for the body to adjust. The animals in the house have it down, however. Into their cozy beds they have retreated. Wish I could do the…Read more »
It is a conundrum. Everything that was created is supposed to be good. All of it. But theology goes out the window sometimes. I remember one service of blessing of the animals that I helped organize, where we discovered thousands of fire ants in the space. We were madly spraying trying to get rid of…Read more »