Archive for February 19, 2017


After the Mud, More Snow


I wasn’t expecting this. We knew it was going to rain but didn’t expect snow that might stick until nearly noon. But look at that sky. It’s not finished.

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These two are the front ‘yard’.

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We have a feral cat that we take care of under the front porch.

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Looking at the backyard through the avocado tree in the dining room.

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Behind the car the snow was smooth. Weird!

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In front of the car, mud. But do you see Kali? (Sort of a “Where’s Waldo?” moment)

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Well, she’s finished with this mess! Bring the Spring time, please!

 

 


In using pet-directed speech — similar to how some moms talk to babies — with our dogs, we may aim to optimize communication of our intentions and emotions, explains anthropologist Barbara J. King.

Source: Using Pet-Directed Speech With Dogs May Convey Intentions In Subtle Ways : 13.7: Cosmos And Culture : NPR

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