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Dogs & Consent — The Thinking Dog

All in? Have you ever picked up a small dog or a puppy? (Of course you have!) Did you ask for their consent first? The first time I really thought about dogs consenting was when I read Gregory Berns’ How Dogs Love Us. He was very careful to ensure that all the dogs participating in […]

Dogs & Consent — The Thinking Dog

As someone who loves and is popular with dogs, I agree with this article by Pam. I would never pet a dog without their consent. But what does consent mean in doggie language? Read the short article.

Loved this post because it is straight from the heart.

A Life Dismantled sifting through the decades of accumulated stuff must haves in the moment diamonds in the rough for those timeless treasures, only bubble wrap will do shake the dust and cobwebs off comfy well worn shoes gently slip the photographs from old broken frames happy memories mingling with faces with no names shedding […]

via A Life Dismantled — like mercury colliding…

A Life Dismantled — like mercury colliding…

I love this blog and recommend to anyone with slightest interest in Art, Mythology or Humor because Ellen has mixed it all in the most delicious way. I follow her religiously and miss when she takes breaks between posts.

You can find and follow her on Facebook as well as her WordPress blog.

An ogre came up with the title for this ‘bloggut’. They can be oddly poetic when they’re not regurgitating tractors. He visited me two years ago, gifting me a rather startled mole that was trying to burrow into his ear. The mole was merely a furry pea on his finger, and has since disappeared into […]

via The Beginning of Blogland — Ellen’s Wonderfuss Faeries

The Beginning of Blogland — Ellen’s Wonderfuss Faeries