Tag Archives: Dogs

Gratitude

Nate looked at the man playing ball with his dog by the river, and his heart broke with despair. Photo courtesy Wildverbs That dog was magnificent, tall, muscular, shiny coat glistening in the sunlight. Nate looked at Roger sitting next … Continue reading

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The Labrador of Lagos #PortugalPlots #28DaysInPortugal

On the face of it, Bruno was the perfect dog. Tall, dark, handsome – the envy of all the male dogs in the neighborhood  and the object of desire of all female dogs (Note: Not using the B word because … Continue reading

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Pick of the Week- The Postman Always Rings Twice

Narrator’s Note: Two stories were in tough competition for being my favorites this week: The Postman Always Rings Twice, and Namqueen- The Empress of Snacks. It was a tough fight but The Postman…won by a slight margin because it is … Continue reading

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The Postman Always Rings Twice

When Little Jimmy was, well, littl-er, his mother had taught him The Code of the Dogs. It went like this: The postman always rings twice Run after him, like a cat after mice And ever since he had heard The … Continue reading

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The Saviour and the Saved

Deep within the hustle and bustle of the noisy, vibrant, colourful, and crazy warrens of streets in Madrid lies an ocean of calm. The crowds stop mid-track, their chatter suddenly falls silent, and they forget all their troubles when they … Continue reading

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