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The Mitchell Home for Homeless Animals has increased its population by one. Jenny hastens to add that it’s only temporarily. At least, we hope so.
It’s been an Advil week around our house.
It all started the weekend before last, while we were walking our dogs around the neighborhood. Jenny was admiring everybody’s yards.
The temperature was warm, but not too warm, and a gentle breeze Saturday made for an idyllic setting on the balcony of an apartment overlooking Bankhead Street in downtown New Albany.
The day I turned 16, my parents took me to the driver’s license office to take the test.
I had studied the book a lot, had practiced driving on country roads, and was confident I would pass. I didn’t.
After years of having a little old dog whose only goal in getting on the couch was to curl up and go to sleep, our current situation has taken a little getting used to.
It’s the “tweener” season at our house. Yes, I know “tweener” isn’t a real word; I knew that even before Microsoft Word put the red line under it on my computer screen.
How many aquariums can one family buy in a week? Unless you’ve bought three or more, we’ve got the New Albany record. And we already had two.
It sat on the closet shelf for nearly 50 years. I didn’t use it, but because it was something I had when I was growing up, I never wanted to give it away, either.
Maybe I should have worn my navy blazer after all. Jenny had talked me out of it, saying that it really didn’t matter what I wore for the photograph.
We watched the big game last weekend. Well, actually I watched the big game.
Jenny started out watching it with me, but she kept nodding off. I had to nudge her a few times so she could watch the replays of the most exciting parts.
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