Boulder Daily Camera:
Apparently, at least one person’s world didn’t stop when a young moose trotted across his or her path this past Saturday night. It was dark, the way mountain skies are — natural, quiet — until a driver came reeling through a popular moose crossing area — and collided with a... Read more →
Ever wonder about fostering a dog? Curious, about the pleas to help foster rescue dogs from Texas and New Mexico? Recently, I had the opportunity to interview Kaitlin Harris, Foster Care Coordinator with Homecomings Dog Rescue. She shares an insightful understanding and informative view of what fostering is and how... Read more →
We are a disconnected culture. It’s not just our political divide, our ethnic or economic ones. We are disconnected from ourselves, detached from our environment. Reluctant to appreciate the effects we are having on our planet, feeling bad about our own existence. It’s a tremendous weight to carry. It dulls... Read more →
The first time I ever saw Fatty Pants, it was four o’clock in the morning. My husband and I were sleeping. I’d awakened with my ritual insomnia occurrence. Rather than tossing about in bed, I got up, fully intending to stargaze on our front porch. Staring up into all that... Read more →
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Wolves. Can you think of a more controversial animal? The slightest invocation of the word evokes polemic images ranging from Little Red Riding Hood to silhouettes of a howling wolf set against a full moon backdrop. People either love or hate them – not many soft expressions have been uttered... Read more →