… with support – spiritual and otherwise – from their excellent sons Matthew and Andrew both of whom would be receiving copies of this post if I had email addresses for your boys.
So without further ado, here we go with that:
Have a look at the photos accompanying this JuicyLesson. They are courtesy of the aforementioned M. Fasciano and Ms. Janice Parnell.
You can just read the dog’s looks … poor dog looks really tired
After a mother chimpanzee who lived in a zoo died, one of the zoo’s employees took the baby chimp home to care for it. It never crossed his mind that his dog, who had recently given birth, would adopt the chimp and raise it with her pups.
Judging by the look on the dog’s face at times, she is not quite sure why this particular offspring has hands with which to grab her. Now that portrays unconditional love.
DON’T EVER USE THE TERM “DUMB ANIMALS” WITH ME..THEY APPEAR TO POSSESS MORE LOVE AND COMPASSION THAN MANY OF THE HUMANS I HAVE MET.
I’ve learned…. That being kind is more important than being right.
May your troubles be less, may your blessings be more, and
May nothing but happiness come through your door.
Lovely thought, that one.
But always remember that karma is great and fair.
What goes around comes around.
I usually hate cliches but the above are so damn apt I just had to use them.
One tends to get what one deserves and my kind of friend and ex-student Allison Stern with her well known love and affection for dogs and all animals deserves to view and fully enjoy the above photographs.