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Animals Can Learn Me All Needed To No

Lessons that do not have to be learned by humans
“the hard way.”

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Dog Wisdom: See Lessons Learned From Dogs by David A. Dailey

Talking Turkey:

(1) Treat a dead chicken like a tom turkey.

Rub it down real good in salt and water before cooking.

(2) Don’t look up staring at a rainstorm.

     From  my Cats Ozzie, Ray, Maxine, Snowball, et.al:

(1) If you don’t like where you are at now, move.

(2) There is no such thing as loneliness; solitude is a great thing.

(3) If you want something, speak up. It does not hurt to ask.

(4) If you shit up, it is your ship – cover it up.

Learned Horses Brandywine and Dawn Dailey:

(1) Eat well and often.

(2) Be dependable.

(3) Demonstrate grace, passion, strength, inner beauty, and talents.

     Razorback Hogs:

(1) Roll in your own shit and you will smell like yourself.

(2) If you mind your manners and keep your hocks clean, you may…

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Ulimatum for Minor Female Characters of the “Country Corner” Trilogy [TAKE NOTE: ‘Kathy Bates’ and ‘Debra Winger’ Characters]

Ulimatum for Minor Female Characters of the “Country Corner” Trilogy [TAKE NOTE: ‘Kathy Bates’ and ‘Debra Winger’ Characters].

via Ulimatum for Minor Female Characters of the “Country Corner” Trilogy [TAKE NOTE: ‘Kathy Bates’ and ‘Debra Winger’ Characters].


Indiana Ain’t Any Better than Little Old Rhode Island

Many Families Must Have Two Incomes (children thrive with greater time with parents)

Many Families Must Have Two Incomes (children thrive having greater time with their parents)

The Indiana State Legislature, with its red-republican supermajority should take better care of its people like Rhode Island has done!

Minimum Wage
by M. Khalili in U.S.

Only about 855,000 workers in 10 U.S. states will see an increase in their minimum wage starting January 1, 2013.

Ten (10) states are boosting the minimum wage for its citizens. In Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont and Washington, the minimum wage will increase between 10 cents and 15 cents an hour. Rhode Island will see the biggest increase of 35 cents an hour.

Nine of the 10 adjusted their minimum wages in accordance with state laws requiring automatic annual compensation for inflation.

States must pay at least the same as the federal minimum wage, which has been set at $7.25 since 2009. By 2013, only 19 states and the District of Columbia will be above the federal minimum wage level.

Supporters say minimum wage increases provide more income to support spending and stimulate the economy.


Dogs v. Cats

‎… usually, humorous stuff has an element of the HYPERBOLIC to it.  However, Mary finds all of this to be TOTALLY TRUE.
***** The Top Ten Differences Between Cats & Dogs: …
10. Dogs come when you call them.
      Cats take a message and get back to you when they are good and ready.
9. Dogs will let you give them a bath without taking out a contract on your life.
8. Dogs will bark to wake you up if the house is on fire.
     Cats will quietly sneak out the back door.
7. Dogs will bring you your slippers or the evening newspaper.
    Cats might bring you a dead mouse.
6. Dogs will play Frisbee with you all afternoon.
     Cats will take a three-hour nap.
5. Dogs will sit on the car seat next to you.
     Cats have to have their own private box or they will not go at all.
4. Dogs will greet you and lick your face when you come home from work.
     Cats will be mad that you went to work at all.
3. Dogs will sit, lie down, and heel on command.
     Cats will smirk and walk away.
2. Dogs will tilt their heads and listen whenever you talk.
     Cats will yawn and close their eyes.
1. Dogs will give you unconditional love forever.
    Cats will make you pay for every mistake you’ve ever made since the day you were born.
 Thanks to *** ♥  Mary E. Rossow, Rossow Resources

Visit to Hooterville in Heltonvilla

Sunday, Ferg picked me up to go through a move that we had been planning during the four months Teddy and I spent on the Hooterville Horse Ranch. It was a surreal experience.

Tiki Teddy Iz Lazarus Rumpkin was not there physically (11/6/07 – 7/1/12) but his kindred spirit was with Nellybelle and me. It was like something was missing during our hour mid-morning visit.

Teddy & I really enjoyed our life on the ranch from March 3rd to June 29. Teddy adjusted well and quickly. Nellybelle was a real sport sharing her guarddog activities with the much smaller French bulldog stud.

What I realized is that I must go on without my four-legged service-assistance dog. It has been a rough time. I think I have cryed 12 of the 22 days since he has passed. My comfort came with seeing Nelly for the first time since Teddy’s passing onto “dog heaven.”



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