About nine months ago or so, my wife found a dog that was waiting to die at a shelter. He was scheduled to be put down that day, because he was old, sick and wasn’t expected to live more than another two months anyway. She felt sorry for him and took him home, so hisContinue reading “RIP: Gummy Bear”
My wife and I went to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular yesterday night and while we were in the area we decided to look around Rockefeller Center. There are Christmas lights up already, which is nice, and the tree is already in place, but it is surrounded by scaffolding. Judging by the pile ofContinue reading “Rockefeller Center and the Christmas Tree for 2013”
He was supposed to be euthanized so my wife brought him home. He’s about 10-12 and is (I think) a Yorkshire / Dachshund mix. He’s quiet, already trained, and is always excited to see us, unlike some cats I know.
Owning a dog in Singapore, as in any city, has to be a real pain in the butt. It’s something that I intend to never try myself. If I don’t have a yard I don’t want a dog. In fact, even with a yard, I wouldn’t want a dog because I’m sure that involves hoursContinue reading “Sometimes A Dog Just Has To Go, Unfortunately”
The afternoon was pretty much like any other. I was getting ready to go out to dinner when I realized that I needed to wash a load of laundry. So, I went down to the laundry area with my basket, sorted the clothes into piles, put in a load and started it up. When IContinue reading “When Dogs Go Wild: A Singapore Misadventure”