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Parrot Nation

Parrots are cool. They are also one hell of a lot of work.

“Enoughism.”

  Nice image. Looks peaceful doesn't it? Very clean. Sparse. This is about as minimal as you can get. But I doubt you'd be real popular with family and friends if they had to sit on the floor or were... Continue Reading →

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How To Survive The Current Political Climate

Yes, I am a raging liberal. And no I'm not going to go off on a rant. But I am going to make a few suggestions on how to get through what looks like is going to be an uncomfortable... Continue Reading →

Aging Is a Contact Sport

I don't know how to put it other than what the title states. It isn't easy and I doubt those with no life experience would do well dealing with it. Ironic, isn't it? But those who survive being young, advancing... Continue Reading →

Things Are Different Now

Life happens. It is constantly changing and shifting. And if that weren't enough, for the most part we all have companion birds and other carbon-based life forms to look after. We all end up with bumps in the road. And... Continue Reading →

Dayna Robertson Crows About Her Chickens

It seems that more and more people are keeping chickens not just for the eggs but for the fun and companionship. I asked a friend who have them tell me a bit about her flock. Dayna Robertson keeps chickens and... Continue Reading →

SoCal Parrot: Making A Difference To Urban Wild Parrots

SoCal Parrot (SCP) is in their own words, “A Unique Urban Wild Parrot Rescue.” SoCal Parrot is the brainchild of Brooke Durham, who with her husband, Josh Bridwell founded SCP in 2011 after recognizing the need of the services SCP now... Continue Reading →

Food Expiration Dates Aren’t Telling You What You Think

So many people seem to be getting very concerned about the quality of food they buy in grocery stores, supermarkets, big box stores as well as farmers markets. Many people now want their food GMO-free, organic and essentially untouched by... Continue Reading →

Coloring: The New Meditation

Coloring books for adults have become all the rage in the last year or so. As it turns out, there are some benefits to it. According to some mental health experts, coloring gives us the ability  and the freedom to switch... Continue Reading →

Playing Fetch With Parker

Every morning I play "Fetch" with Parker. Sounds like a fun and interactive game, doesn't it? Well, don't let the name of the game deceive you because it's not what you think. This has everything to do with me getting... Continue Reading →

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