Last week, I met a woman and her dog walking along a nature trail. As dog lovers do, we started to talk. She said she and her dog walk the two-mile nature trail daily. Recently, she had tried to adopt a second senior dog, to keep her 8-year-old dog company.
I’m going to go off topic, if you would permit me. We’re not talking about aging today (well maybe, but not directly). Instead I would like to introduce Sky. This feisty Belgian Malinois has trained in the hyper physical
The Eden Alternative has been dedicated to creating a life worth living for nearly two decades. So, what exactly makes a life worth living? The answer is subjective not scientific. Only I can know that for myself. We are interested,
“Change means we must always be learning and problem solving rather than just doing things the way they have always been done.” Theresa Kirksey of the Arkansas Culture Change blog writes a great post about the need for creative problem solving