I know a sweet little French bulldog named Lou who needs an MRI.

Image from youcaring.com

You know I love dogs, and Lou is one of the best. He has his own Facebook page here.

Every moment of quality time he can spend with his family is precious.

If you can help in even a small way, even to pass the word along, please find it in your heart to do so. Lou is worth it.

Go here.


Ain’t this the truth.

Image from deviantart

Image from deviantart


The ways of the dog

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Image from Progressive Secular Humanist Examiner


Patrice O’Neal, ladies and gentlemen.

I just became aware of Patrice O’Neal, through laidNYC’s blog entry yesterday.

NOT SAFE FOR WORK. NOT SAFE FOR SMALL CHILDREN OR SQUEAMISH ADULTS.

But, damn if this guy isn’t BRILLIANT.

“I love my girl, but I LOVE MY F*CK*N’ DOGS. And I’m gonna tell you why.  ‘Cause my dogs, they NEED me… right?… but they DON’T act like they DON’T.”


The Truth About Cats And Dogs

If you want unconditional love, get a dog.

If you want to live with a narcissist, get a cat. – Mike Wilson


Now, this is an awesome Nativity scene.

Image from vh1.com

Image from vh1.com

Has a horse, but no Santa.

Bark, the herald angels sing..


Dog gone true story.

So I woke up with a start at about 2 in the morning. I looked over at the other side of my bed and thought, oh my god, my dog isn’t there.

(Didn’t even think “Sampson,” just “my dog.”)

Scrambled around in the bed sheets, on the floor around the bed, under the bed, everywhere. My dog wasn’t there.

Nervously stumbled around the bedroom, into the hallway, to the guest bedroom, to the bathroom. My dog wasn’t there either.

Frantically stumbled down the stairs, thinking, oh god, I don’t even remember seeing him last night. Didn’t feed him or anything. Scurried around the house, in the living room, in the kitchen, down the basement stairs. My dog wasn’t there either.

Freaking out now. Thought, maybe I left him outside. Switched on the yard light, took a few steps out into the yard, looked around.

Thought, maybe I should call his name. Couldn’t remember his name.

Then it dawned on me:

I DON’T HAVE A DOG.