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WARNING: Unfortunately, this story does not have a happy ending. I write it while still grieving over the death of my beloved Chance.
Chance: A Cat’s Tale
He was so tired. He had found a small patch of warm dirt to curl up on. The last rays of the sun warmed his body. This place smelled like cats and he hoped the people who lived here…Continue
This past September 25th, was my 40th birthday (Yikes, it snuck up fast!). Since I'd always wanted to go to Salem, my sweetheart made arrangements for us to go on a 5 day adventure to Boston and Salem. Of course this had to include a trip to the World of Witches Museum!
We flew out of San Diego, and arrived in Boston on Sunday the 26th but that day was really just spent in airports and sitting in a cramped seat for almost 2 hours on the runway of Houston! Now I'm not…Continue
It has been estimated that approximately 70% of our crops are pollinated, to some degree by bees. If bee populations were to plummet, due to chemicals or habitat loss, we would literally be taking food out of our mouths. Our survival as a species is dependent on pollinators such as bees and thousands of other animal species that are interconnected in the web of life. These busy little workers really deserve our…Continue