Celebrating National Love Your Pet Day Lesbian Style

National Love My Pet Day

If you are connected with me on FB, Twitter, or Instagram – you know I love to share my pet photos. Our crew currently consists of 13 year old Ana the Chihuahua mix, 18 year old Simon the long haired black cat, 10 year old Coco our Siamese girl and 10 year old Precious, our […]

I miss my dog

Xander Dunhoff-Kerr died on January 19, 2016. He was 14. He was a great dog, devoted to me, mischievous on occasion, smart, sweet to his siblings, and mighty. I miss him fiercely. And his littermate brother, Amadeus, who died in 2015.

When Elder Dogs Stumble

My guys are 13 years, 2 months old this week. That’s a good long life for their breed mixes. Over the past two years, they have slowed down considerably. They stopped playing as much in the yard and began meandering or simply sitting to sniff the wind. They both had trouble navigating the steps to […]

Canine Convalescence Day One In Which All the Other Pets Make Me Crazy

Cone of Shame

  Xander came through his surgery like a champ. We picked him up around 7 PM. Well, technically the vet staff half-carried him to the car where he drunkenly sank into the back seat and sighed with what I hope was contentment when I petted him. The vet told me that everything went smoothly. They […]

How Can You Resist These Eyes? Like The Page!

Pgh Lesbian Correspondents

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Guilt, PTSD and a Dog Named Jack

Daily Prompt: The Guilt that Haunts Me  Share a time when you were overcome with guilt. What were the circumstances? How did you overcome your guilt? What an interesting prompt that happens to fall on Christmas Eve when the ghosts of Christmases past, present and future haunt Ebeneezer Scrooge. I’ve been really enamored of A […]

Do You Eat the Toast?

The prompt: In your experience in life, does bread always fall on the buttered side? Here’s a “scientific” explanation of why toast falls butter side down. So this is really about perspective – do crappy things always happen or happen most of the time? But I ask – is the floor clean? And is there […]