Happy 30th Birthday My Darling

I’ve been with you for more than 4 years now and on this day you’ve finally hit the big 3-oh. I would like you to know (and the rest of the world) that I love you and always will. You’ve made me incredibly happy and we’ve had some really fun adventures together. I hope forContinue reading “Happy 30th Birthday My Darling”

The Truth About Greyhounds Part 2: Seven Myths Dispelled

Many people are surprised to learn that greyhounds make wonderful family pets. Considering that 9 out of 10 greyhounds don’t make it into old age because of the racing industry, maybe you should consider adopting one instead of a retriever or any other popular breed? Still not convinced? Read on to have common myths aboutContinue reading “The Truth About Greyhounds Part 2: Seven Myths Dispelled”

The Truth About Greyhounds Part 1: Greyhound Racing in Australia

Following a shocking expose recently on television, the greyhound racing industry is hopefully going to be brought to its knees. Here are ten things you should know right now about the lucrative and revolting greyhound racing industry. 1. State Governments Keep it Afloat – Because After All, It’s Profitable 2. Naturally Gentle Dogs Are CompletelyContinue reading “The Truth About Greyhounds Part 1: Greyhound Racing in Australia”

Comforting Thought: The Art of Love With John and Yoko

I discovered this beautiful rendering of a classic interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono. What a better time to post it than on Christmas Eve. This is a simple message but it’s always relevant, fresh and immediate.

To Won’s Father: An Ancient Love Letter Rediscovered

In 1998, archaeologists in Andong City, South Korea to their amazement discovered the tomb of Eung-tae a man who lived in the 16th century. The mummified remains were a rare find for the time. Eung-tae was unusually tall, even by today’s standards. He was 5”9 and well built with skin and beard still intact. “TheContinue reading “To Won’s Father: An Ancient Love Letter Rediscovered”