Dog Paws Powerful Advice on Tuna Can Openings

We have a pretty special dog in Charlie. He’s cute, spunky, and loyal. He’ll bark till the cows come home. However, he has hidden talents I didn’t even know about. Seems he can operate a computer. When we were away, he got mail. Even more amazing, he answered it. It’s …

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How Killing a Lion Destroys Our Planet

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The media uproar about the lion killed in Africa by a dentist shows the power and punch of immediate information. Events flash across the media, and in an instant, we can reply. I find the hardest thing to do is understand the terrible actions of others. Cruel, unthinking, selfish, it’s …

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4 Cool Butterfly Photos Because They’re Cool

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We circled a purple flower and stumbled on butterflies at work. They spread their wings. We went to work too. We got our camera and creeped on the grass and hovered in behind the bushes. The butterfly is cool, wings down. We think you’ll like what we found. We have …

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5 Hidden Benefits of Down Syndrome (+ 1)

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The day arrived. The child is in your lap; her life on your mind. When will he walk? When will she talk? Which diapers should I use? As my son grew, I realized a whole bunch of benefits opened up by having a child with Down syndrome. I didn’t know …

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A Story of Miracles I Must Never Forget

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Appreciating the little and big miracles that happen in life keep the energy flowing. Recounting this story of healing about my kids took education, work, and refusal to buy into mainstream cures. Our choices start seed level change in our conscious, our bodies, and rhythm of our lives. I am …

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How to Use Swiss Chard as Weapon That Saves the Day

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I beat my dog with a handful of swiss chard. He looked at me as if I had completely betrayed him. I pulled the leash closer and hit him some more. My son looked on as if I was mad, most likely afraid to come anywhere near me. A few …

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Jump. Reach. Fall. Repeat.

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I turned over an old milk carton and asked my son to jump. Happily, trustingly, he leaped. Then, I stood back and let him try, alone. When I leaped, I learned. When I fell, I learned. When I got up, I tried again, and learned. My son leapt. I caught …

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