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happy halloween!

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My apologies to everyone! I have a thousand things going on this week and next so my posts will be less frequent for a bit…thanks for your patience and I look forward to getting back on track soon…hope you are enjoying this lovely weather!

photos of sweet mimi and bella using my new instagram app!

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bella

Wishing you a glorious Labor Day weekend!

“It often happens that a man is more humanely related to a cat or dog than to any human being.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

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dog around the block

Wishing you a happy summer weekend!

DOG AROUND THE BLOCK by E.B. White, 1938

Dog around the block, sniff,

Hydrant sniffing, corner, grating,

Sniffing, always, starting forward,

Backward, dragging, sniffing backward,

Leash at taut, leash at dangle,

Leash in people’s feet entangle-

Sniffing dog, apprised of smellings,

Love of life, and fronts of dwellings,

Meeting enemies,

Loving old acquaintance, sniff,

Sniffing hydrant for reminders,

Leg against the wall, raise,

Leaving grating, corner greeting,

Chance for meeting, sniff, meeting,

Meeting, telling, news of smelling,

Nose to tail, tail to nose,

Rigid, careful, pose,

Liking, partly liking, hating,

Then another hydrant, grating,

Leash at taut, leash at dangle,

Tangle, sniff, untangle

Dog around the block, sniff.

photography by danielle boudrot

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You may be asking yourself, what is Patriot’s Day? It is a civic holiday commemorating the anniversary of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, the first battles of the American Revolution…observed in Massachusetts and Maine, the day begins with re-enactments of these first battles at the Lexington Green in Lexington, Massachusetts and The Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts…re-enactors, dressed in authentic revolutionary war uniforms, recreate every detail of this historic day…may we remember those who gave their lives in the name of freedom…

“Stand your ground. Don’t fire unless fired upon, but if they mean to have a war, let it begin here.”

~ Captain John Parker to his Minutemen on the Lexington Green, April 19, 1775

photography by danielle boudrot

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photos by danielle boudrot

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just for fun!

Wishing you a colorful and happy weekend!!!!!!!

photos by me

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