I want to hug him. Source: Shields, G.O. (1891). The American book of the dog. Chicago, Illinois: Rand, McNally & Company A pretty cocker spaniel in one of several images used to represent the breed in the book: Huntington, H.W. (1901). The show dog. Providence, RI: Remington Printing Co The first English setter in this … Continue reading Vintage Dog Images I Just Like III
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Vintage Dog Photos I Just Like II
Western Field, March 1906 Western Field, March 1906 I like the look of Welsh springer spaniels. Leighton, R. (1907). The new book of the dog. London, England: Cassell Would pet. From The Dog Fancier, September 1907 An unidentified English setter pictured in the book Field Trial Record of Dogs in America by Maj. J.M. Taylor, 1907 … Continue reading Vintage Dog Photos I Just Like II
Vintage Dog Photos I Just Like
Classic dog.From the book British Dogs (Third Edition) by W. D. Drury, 1903 I love to see dogs at work and this is a great capture. The Field Dog Stud Book (Vol. I). (1901). Chicago, IL: The American Field Publishing Co. I like to think he's listening.From the book British Dogs (Third Edition) by W. … Continue reading Vintage Dog Photos I Just Like
Mental Health Break: Poetry
WILD GEESE You do not have to be good. You do not have to walk on your knees For a hundred miles through the desert, repenting. You only have to let the soft animal of your body love what it loves. Tell me about despair, yours, and I will tell you mine. Meanwhile the world … Continue reading Mental Health Break: Poetry
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Mental Health Break: Vid
It's been a "Mental health break?" "Make mine a double." kind of day so here is your MHB Numero Dos:
Mental Health Break – Music
I always need a mental health break on Monday mornings.
Mental Health Break: Music
The Kittens Stay!
One of my favorite websites is Letters of Note. Today they have a letter from Mark Twain which he posted permanently on his front door after his home was burgled in 1908.
That’s the signpost up ahead…
If you are a major Twilight Zone fan, you can be my friend. Rod Serling and that entire original series rocked my world. But even if you are not a geeked out follower of the show, you will probably enjoy the episode called "The Hunt". Rod Serling opens the show thusly: An old man and … Continue reading That’s the signpost up ahead…