A few days ago, the ASSA rescue mailing list was sent the following prose poem. It did not explicitly grant permission to copy, nor did it identify the original author. With mild guilt over not having formal permission, but believing that the author would want it widely read, I thought I’d share it with you.
Wow! That’s the right word, fer sher. This morning, I got my lazy tuchus out of bed at the ungodly hour of 06:00, stumbled downstairs to make some breakfast and coffee, then got some gear together, and loaded myself and Abby into the car. We drove to a trailhead just a few miles from her [...]
Gentle readers, I just received the following message from another Sheltie person with the plea to spread it far and wide. Please read this carefully and take the message to heart!
Our 9 month old Sheltie puppy, Ella, suffered a tragic, sudden, senseless death this past Friday. She suffocated to death on a bag liner that was inside a [...]
I found this on www.sheltienation.com and not only found the story wonderful but I also found this to be a VERY striking sheltie. Please enjoy.Amanda
Sheltie Nation member Bob has a heartwarming rescue story to share with all of us!
“On November 7th one of my little guys, Lobo, passed over rainbow bridge after a six week [...]
Unobtanium is that awesomely expensive, incredibly difficult to procure material that is used to make things like those $4000 hammers and $1200 toilet seats that NASA uses, or that “designer” makeup they sell on late night infomercials. Microchips weight virtually nothing — like maybe 0.1 gram…or maybe not even that much. You do the math.