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Hi everybody, it’s Sagan here. Today was such a beautiful day! I got to sit in the garden for as long as I wanted, then I came inside and took a nap on the big bed with my person! Then … Continue reading
Here’s a love poem that I could have written when I adopted my cats in 1997. “The Orange” by Wendy Cope At lunchtime I bought a huge orange– The size of it made us all laugh. I peeled it and … Continue reading
A few years ago, we adopted an “unadoptable” cat from the local Humane Society. Because he was an antisocial adult and no had ever really touched him, he was considered unadoptable, so he was given to us at no charge. He … Continue reading
I was minding my own business at the gym today, rushing through 20 minutes on the treadmill and then lifting some weights before showering quickly and dashing back to the office. In the middle of my jog, an acquaintance walked into the … Continue reading
“Previous Love” by Keith Althaus (from The Sun Magazine, June 2011) Previous love, think of the sky above us still, the parade of clouds here, the starlit evening there, and this one breath expelled that you might catch someday on … Continue reading
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