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October 10, 2007



he has selective hearing.......

i could just squeeze the little fellow... and kiss him on the nose!!!!!
and clover... *sigh* well she is unlike any dog you have had before!!

Slade | Shift Your Spirits

You know, I truly feel that a masquerade can be as fun, deep, and meaningful as you want it to be.

Costumes and Glamors are an opportunity to be someone else, to take a vacation from your everyday identity, to express some part of your character that doesn't get to see the light of day.

It can be hilarious, sexually-liberating...

The little ones are an extension of your persona -- and dogs seem to be very conscious of and super-excited about this kind of play. They love the extra attention, or maybe they pick up the reason why it's different.

It's too cute for words -- thank God for the Bobbie Jo's of the word, huh?

Just don't expect a cat to look so happy in this scenario.

Deborah P

Loving the pictures! And yes, please figure out a way to go on the road - I'd buy a ticket to listen to you tell stories and Clover and Cowboy could model and Bobbie Jo could do the illustrated program to sell as a souvenir! It'd be a sellout!
Many exclamation points because it's Friday at 4:55!!!

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