Category Archives: Overseas’ pets

A U.S. Dog Contest Entry: Wish Us Luck!

Last week, I went for a trim at my hair stylist’s salon, Stephen’s.  This was to ensure that I looked updated and preppy for my travels to our Illinois Great Rivers’ Annual Conference, which I attended last week. While lounging … Continue reading

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Finishing Up Promised News: US Consulate Talk

My time is winding down here in the big city of Chengdu. I will finish my Chinese language classes on May 1, which is the UN proclaimed international holiday, Labor Day. China observes this with 3 days off, May 1 … Continue reading

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An Ending to Our Wesley Story

Yesterday, I said “Goodbye” to our campus rescue, Wesley. It wasn’t the goodbye I had envisioned, nor the one I had hoped for, but it is the one that has transpired, none-the-less Here is the ending to our Wesley story. … Continue reading

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Wesley Looking for a Home: “你好!我叫卫斯利”

(Note: I am using an ancient computer that is no longer allowing access to certain features of my website or hotmail account. If you don’t hear from me for awhile, that’s why!) Before beginning a new blog launching into yesterday’s … Continue reading

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Watching the 2013 Westminster Dog Show

            No one can deny that Americans are great animal lovers.  My Chinese colleagues, friends and students were always amazed how Little Flower played such a vital role in my overseas’ life.              When they visited, they’d gaze in wonder … Continue reading

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