Jan 6, 2011

Posted by Sonia Morrison in Uncategorized | 0 Comments

Playful Puppies Need a Home!

A THOUGHT and WORD for today:

Every burned book or house enlightens the world; every suppressed or expunged word reverberates through the earth from side to side. -Ralph Waldo Emerson, writer and philosopher (1803-1882)

sylvan or silvan, (SIL-vuhn)

MEANING: adjective: Related to the woods; wooded. noun: One who inhabits or frequents the woods. ETYMOLOGY:  From Latin silva (forest). Earliest documented use: 1565. USAGE:

“Tree lovers will be keen to check out a spacious detached home in the desirable sylvan setting of Alverstone Garden Village.”
Mary McBride; Delight for Lovers of Sylvan Settings; Isle of Wight County Press (UK); Dec 18, 2009.

Frigga, Freya and Braggi Are Coming to California!

I am so excited about saving and fostering these beautiful 12=14 week old, nine pound puppies. Raven Woods Animal Sanctuary, has given them a good start with worming, shots and temporary home. Now my six pack will help me give them some exercise, discipline and socializing. We will have one month to find them forever homes.

So much more  would love to share with you, however, duty calls and it is time to commuter to the hospital. Glad I already did my bouncing on my Cellerciser-I love jumping rope and doing crunches on my Cellerciser, now. It has been a few years since I last fostered and I am very excited about this little beings joining our pack. I will definitely, get them on a Gina Alexander handbag! I would just like to know what you are doing differently in 2011. Besides, opening my heart and home to these pups, I have already booked trips to see a couple of different sisters and attend a couple of workshops in LA. Happy Healthy Prosperus New Year, to all!


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