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... so once again I was greeted my two very big cuddly dogs. The patients in particular loved them, and some children that hadn't opened up, seemed to relax around the animals. I cannot get this out of my mind, it's such a good idea and one I'm taking home with me! I'd love for our hospital to have this kind of facility within it. And whilst money is an issue I cannot help but dream of finding a way to make something ...
popped in on Juice (Jessica Carson Shelley) in Shaker Heights as I couldn't have been that close to her and not pop in. I needed a Juice hug too.
What a fun family! Cutie pie kids, dogs that needed belly rubs, and can't forget the birds!
Watch out for that first step out the back tho. Little rough on the knees ;-)
JD's 65th birthday today! Left Sturbridge at 7am. Trying to make Cleveland today for a shorter drive tomorrow. Took a different route through New York.. Took the southern route closer to Ithaca to enjoy the fall colors. 700 miles today..just under 12 hours..stayed near Cleveland after getting delayed by some horrific rush hour traffic at the ...
Yesterday, new Columbus, we had risen early; walked 2 miles around the Plain City campsite;drove the RV over to Whole Foods Market, for coffee with my cousin, Joan and husband Don; drove north to Canton Ohio to tour the Pro Football Hall of Fame; stopped at the bank to cash a couple checks and arranged for our ATM cards to be used in Canada; picked up a business letter at UPS store, signed and sent it back; then drove north to a Silver ...
... different but that it really wasn't, that we were. I see where that statement comes from but I don't think it's entirely true. I honestly don't think I changed during the trip, I think I just became more aware. Not only of the world but also about myself. Living on my own 10,000 miles away from everything and everyone I had known previously made me really notice things about myself. I learned that although change and uncertainty makes me anxious that I am 100% ...