You can miss a dog as much as a loved one.

Our Chrissy

I still miss our dog, the one who died in 2016. She was pretty much the best dog I ever had. She was like a nanny to my children. She was a black standard poodle and so smart it was scary. She was most of all though very sweet. A special soul. My daughter named her Chrissy.

My daughter Katherine was in 2nd grade and it wasn’t going well. Her teacher was kind of tough and didn’t really “get”…

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I always wrote (first poem at 6 years old). Tech writer by trade. I have a podcast The Storied Human: see my linktree — https://linktr.ee/StoriedHuman

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I always wrote (first poem at 6 years old). Tech writer by trade. I have a podcast The Storied Human: see my linktree — https://linktr.ee/StoriedHuman

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