Power Trip

Chillin’ and Pillin’ Travel anxiety affects 25 percent of the U.S. population. Some forms of travel anxiety are fear of flying, crossing over high bridges, going through tunnels, longing for home comfort, thinking about worst case scenarios and worrying about what happens once your trip begins. Whatever the specific reason for this type of disorder,Continue reading “Power Trip”

How Much is that Dinosaur in the Window?

Pet Prohibition Last year, my oldest daughter Grace considered adopting a dog from an animal shelter. There are several in our state and so she began the application process. Little did she or anyone else in our family know what a challenge that would be. You would have thought Grace was applying for top-secret clearanceContinue reading “How Much is that Dinosaur in the Window?”

Best Laid Schemes of Cats and Men

Size Matters As previously noted, our pet feline Chester loves big cats, domesticated or wild. So, when a cat alleged to be a savannah, a cross between a wild serval and domestic cat got loose in Vancouver, British Columbia, it caused a mild panic among the populace. The savannah is the largest domestic cat andContinue reading “Best Laid Schemes of Cats and Men”