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Rosie You Turkey

We left for our morning walk at 5:45 AM as usual, and, as usual, walked up the driveway  before turning left up Scenic Drive toward Newsome Heights. The hedges lost their beautiful spring red flowers, or leaves, I could never be … Continue reading

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Rosie, We Are Home!

Fran texted Jen when we were in Loomis to let her know we were five minutes away. We turned right, just past the Snoopy mailbox and drove up the dirt driveway continuing the big right turn, up and around the … Continue reading

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Nosy Rosie

Following our normal morning pee and poop routine I walked Rosie around 5:45 am last Tuesday. As usual, she was a good girl, marking all her normal lawns and pooping on her favorite. Rosie likes to strafe poop, spreading the … Continue reading

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Rosie at the Lazy Dog Bar

The steps leading to the entrance of the Lazy Dog Restaurant and Bar were sandstone tan and edged with dark brown, no doubt painted to help patrons better see each step and not trip. Too bad the architect thought adding … Continue reading

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Rosie and the Bitch

Just before dawn, the sun still hidden behind the trees, hills and homes to the east, and the sky paling to light blue, orange and white. The crescent moon and one star, actually it was probably the planet Venus, were … Continue reading

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A Lucky Dog

“Dad!” “Dad!” “Don’t leave me here, Dad! I’ll be good! Please!!” “We’ll be back next week, Rosie,” I said, rubbing her head one last time. “Have fun with the other dogs.” Fran and I were dropping Rosie off at her … Continue reading

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Wisdom

The few wispy clouds reflect pale orange as the sun lay just below horizon. The sky over the city was gray and the buildings, still black silhouettes, were scattered with yellow lantern-brightened windows. Fine silks drape him from the waist … Continue reading

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