I wrote a blog about the “things my children won’t remember.” One of the products I mentioned was Bosco Chocolate syrup. To my great surprise there was a comment on the blog from Scott Sanders, who just happens to be… Continue Reading
When traveling with my service dog, Bailey, I often hear, “Gee, I wish I could take my pet along.” I understand how hard it is to leave the family dog or cat. Now, there is good news for small pet… Continue Reading
I love watching product demonstrations. During the county fair I am much more likely to be in the commercial buildings watching the demonstrations of mops, jewelry cleaner, hair do-dads and cookware than the animal areas or midway. When infomercials first… Continue Reading
I have noticed that when people start having trouble hearing, they think everyone else is mumbling. It saddens me how much of life some miss because they refuse to acknowledge they have a hearing problem. My dad isolated himself from… Continue Reading
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What a joy to present this column by Darcie Gore, my good friend and one of the fine minds behind Food for Thought. Darcie’s an inspiration to me, and I trust she will be to you, too. Doni
Bailey, a whippet, has been with me since she was 10 weeks old. She is my second whippet service dog. I had a stroke, and as a result of that brain trauma there are a number of medical issues that Bailey is able to mitigate.
These are common things people say when I am out in public with Bailey: