Category Archives: black labs
“There are high spots in all our lives and most of them come about through encouragement from someone else. Encouragement is oxygen to the soul” -George Matthew Adams While this has nothing to do with encouragement, here is a … Continue reading
A Decade Of Unconditional Love
Big Red and Mackenzie, aka “The Twins” are ten years old today. We first saw them a few days after they were born and its probably safe to say that they haven’t been apart for more than a few hours … Continue reading
Home, In The Weeds
I have returned to South Carolina and since I was in northern New Jersey for the last ten days, my only travel for the next two weeks will be between my yard and my office. Today, I began catching up … Continue reading
Christmas Family Squabbles
Christmas, (AKA The Holidays) typically brings families together. As we all know, everyone is different and if two people always agree, one of them is not necessary. Politics, religion and social topics often make for an interesting get-together. This year … Continue reading
Girls & Their Dogs
With all the mistakes I made as a dad, at least I helped instill the appreciation of dogs in the girls. I inherited it. It has been passed on to the next generation. And now, the next again.
Does Tim Still Work There?
Note: I anticipate that some of my Canadian friends might want to comment on this. A week and a half ago, Elissa asked me to perform a small service (like in The Godfather). I was happy to oblige and thought … Continue reading
The Twins Turn 9!
Our twins, Big Red and MacKenzie turned 9 years old today. We celebrated by sending them to the Doggie retreat for the day to get a good bath, their nails clipped and ears cleaned. Life’s simple pleasures. The story started … Continue reading
I Think She Is On To Something
DK thinks Linn is on to something. I agree. Oh, so much truth. . . Snickers and Maggie both left us in 2018, Their spirits still roam through the house.
Worth The Food Bill
When situations aren’t quite the way I had hoped or planned for, and I’m just glad that another day is over . . . There is one thing I can count on. The group, love attack when I walk in the door. No … Continue reading
Lab’s Eye View
“My dogs have taught me the nature of love, joy, friendship, play, trust, faith, and peace” Stephen Huneck I’ll second that. Visit Dog Mountain and get a Lab’s eye view of the world. If you ever come to our home, … Continue reading