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The Diva and the Orphan
I stroll through the neighborhood holding Zelda's leash. My aunt holds Boone's leash. The two dogs meander along, stopping to sniff every bush. They're not in any hurry today. They know we'll be leaving for the beach after this, so I think they are purposefully drawing it out.
Diabetic Life: tips for getting your insulin pump through airport security
"My insulin pump can't go through the x-ray machine." "Well, it's not an x-ray machine, but most people don't know that." "Okay, it still can't go through the machine. It has to be hand checked."
Never Too Old for Story Time
There was a time in my life when I couldn't read. Obviously, there's only so much I remember about that time. But I have distinct memories of flipping through picture books and knowing there was a story there. It was a story I couldn't understand just by looking at the pictures. This frustrated me. I remember knowing that I would need to ask Mom or Dad to read the book to me.
When it's not a plastic bag
My name is Jessica, and I'm dramatic. I overreact, and I tend to take myself a little too seriously. They say that pets learn to reflect the personalities of their owners. Our family has a wonderful dog that tends to overreact. Is that related to the amount of time she has spent with me?