Raising A Service Dog – A Rich Experience

Archive for May, 2013

Raising A Service Dog – A Rich Experience

I stood there as he was led away, tears welling up in my eyes and slowly dropping down my cheeks.  He actually turned his head and looked back like a child looking for that last wave good-bye. Our nineteen months of raising Yael, our foster puppy, had come to an end.  We returned him to […]

How to Put {more} Enjoyment Into Your Day

We all have such hectic days trying to squeeze everything in, and then some.  The common mantra is, “I don’t have enough time” or “I certainly don’t have any time for me.” But we’re doing a tremendous disservice to ourselves by simply getting up in the morning and jumping on that turning wheel trying to […]

The Gratitude Donut

I’m excited to share with you my  guest post  over at Gratitude and Trust, a new blog by the wonderful Tracey Jackson and Paul Williams.  Ms. Jackson is a writer and screenwriter and Mr. Williams is a singer and songwriter.    Some of you ‘older’ folks may remember him from back in the ‘70’s.  He’s written […]

A Letter of Gratitude

How do we experience gratitude?  Do we feel it?  Do we express it beyond a generic ‘thank you’.  Do we truly experience it and savor such times/events/people? Gratitude can bring much richness to our lives.  It is an antidote to depression, negativity, the half-empty glass mind-set.  When we bring to mind what we’re grateful for, […]

Feeling Normal Through Cancer – Interview With Letty Cottin Pogrebin

Photo by Mike Lovett I am pleased to introduce you to Letty Cottin Pogrebin, writer, lecturer and activist.  She has written a new book , How To Be A Friend To A Friend Who’s Sick.   The subject of friendship and illness came to the forefront for her as she went through her own battle […]

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