No Emoji is strong enough!

Posted on: July 10,2016

I swear to God I can smell that with my eyes, that is not right, that is how bad your cooking smells. Namaste! Just a short post because the retching is interrupting my typing. We were up and down all last night with Mali feeling a lot of pain from surgery and needing comforting. Somewhere […]

No break for the wicked…

Posted on: July 7,2016

Namaste! Well, we took the dogs in for their yearly. I had noticed what I thought was a bug bite on Mali’s side and decide to ask the vet about it. She took a look and decided to do a quick needle aspirate on it. A few minutes later she came back with the news […]

RIP Gretchen

Posted on: June 21,2016

Namaste. Don’t be dismayed at goodbyes. A farewell is necessary before you can meet again. And meeting again, after moments or lifetimes, is certain for those who are friends. Richard Bach One of the bad things about having animals in your life is that eventually they pass away. Although I don’t practice the organized religion […]


Posted on: March 29,2016

So it has been a few days since the last posting so I thought I would share a small story I found humorous this morning. Gretchen the cat has always been a fussy eater. You would think that an animal that was feral for a portion of her youth would be willing to eat any […]


Posted on: March 20,2016

“…the next guy that says, ‘Hijinx’, gets pistol whipped…” So, little Gracie barked a couple of times in the night -not her going out bark, more her, “there is a skunk I want to play with” bark, or her “there is a fox making noise” bark, or even her “a squirrel is eating something out […]


Posted on: March 19,2016

Whether appropriate or not, it is the weekend and Bo enjoys kickin’ back with a brew or two (just kidding, we only give him a sip now and then.) So, you’ve met Bo, but I thought I would take the opportunity to introduce you to the rest of our crew. As the weeks go by […]

Meet Bo

Posted on: December 21,2015

Meet Bo, our sicilian miniature donkey. Unfortunately for him he ended up growing an inch over breed standard at 32″, so they gelded him and we bought him as a companion for my mustang.