Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Gathering Storm

We all have different learning styles, different ways we make sense of the world. I look for relationships. Even as a kid, I needed to know what something was similar to so I could begin to categorize it and assign it … Continue reading

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The Flash

I was lying in bed last night, just on the edge of sleep when I felt and heard a delicate “pffft” at the foot of the bed. If you have a cat, you know what I mean. It’s that distinct … Continue reading

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On His Terms

I met with Benny again a couple of weeks ago. Benny is the 15-year old Border Collie/Springer Spaniel mix who is quadriparetic. You might remember that he and his mom Karen helped Kathy and me come to grips with our … Continue reading

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Communicate, Don’t Dictate

Who knew Harvard Business School could provide salient advice on how to better communicate with your dog?  Harley and I were walking together yesterday when I returned to a topic I try to keep at the front of my mind. … Continue reading

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