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How about a drink

Originally posted on Weakly Thoughts:
I sat around home all week getting bored, so when my family mentioned going to the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum I jumped at the chance to get out and see new sights. The museum was…

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Chapter 65 Going to the Mattresses–Greta’s Way

          The Italians had the idea first.  “Going to the mattresses”  meant finding a safe place to hide out in time of battle.  The Italian Mafia used the term to refer to consolidating forces in fortified hideouts,  hauling in mattresses … Continue reading

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Chapter 63 — Cookies and Salad

Warning:  Contents include discussion of dogs’ anal glands and regurgitation One problem with having your anal glands expressed,  as any dog could tell you, is that your butt can be left with an odor humans find offensive, and then the … Continue reading

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The Rabbit’s Story

Back in August, 2012 Donna Wrote about Greta meeting a rabbit on one Sunday morning’s walk. Well, here’s the Rabbit’s side of the story. I opened my eyes as light started streaming into my borrow, a new day was dawning. … Continue reading

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Chapter 49 — Greta’s Human Wears Down– Part III

From the patient comfort perspective, University of Maryland Medical Center http://www.umm.edu/  was getting better.  Yes, you could still stick a martini glass in the electrophysiology lab where the operations were performed and the glass would be chilled to perfection in … Continue reading

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Chapter 39 Healthy Pond? So They Say

The short answer from county and state governments  on bacteria in the local pond—which may be the source of  infections suffered by some dogs who swam in the water last summer—is that the pond is healthy enough for humans to … Continue reading

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Chapter 36 — City Dog for a Weekend

There came a time, as the lawyers like to say, when Greta and I were invited to Mike’s place for a weekend.  Mike lives in Columbia, which has 100,000 people, but was designed with tree-lined walkways so you can pretend … Continue reading

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