Knead These Donuts

One day Mom and I visited a donut shop near us that has been voted the best one in our area for a few years, according to a poll taken by the local newspaper. It’s called Knead Donuts.

Donuts are a people treat, but I scored a couple of doggy donuts. Check out the pictures!

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What’s With This Strange Little Cube?

I love parties, especially the birthday kind. But this time, I didn’t get treats because it was not my birthday. It was Michael’s.

Check out the strange toy he got! I’m not sure what to do with it.

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Can You Smell Fall?

There aren’t many colors a dog can see, but I can certainly smell them.

Today on my blog (I’m Aiden the service dog, in case you’re new here), I’ll share my thoughts and some pictures of me enjoying autumn.

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What’s the Fuss About Dressing Up? My Doggy Thoughts on Halloween

I’m not sure what Halloween means. I’m a dog. It’s just another day for me. But Mom has decked out the house in what she calls “fall” and celebrates the change in seasons.

Today on my blog, I’ll show you a bunch of pictures of me dressed up in crazy outfits. Leave a comment and tell me which picture is your favorite!

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Maria Vezzetti Matson

The Author Reads – Book Review of ‘Legacy of an Immigrant: Four Generations of Flying,’ by Maria Vezzetti Matson

Grieving the loss of a loved one is hard, especially when you are young and don’t know how to deal with your feelings. Memories are often the best gift to help heal the burden of grief. In Legacy of an Immigrant: Four Generations of Flying, Maria Vezzetti Matson uses story to assist in the grieving process.

Read on for my full review of this novel, and watch a fun video of Maria unboxing the grand prize in my recent book launch giveaway.

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Aiden and dog sculpture

Getting to Know Tennessee

Many of my readers have wondered how I (Aiden, the service dog) am doing in Tennessee.

Well, I’ll tell all y’all with a few pictures. Today on my Service Dog Blog, you’ll learn about our trips to Cumberland Gap and Knoxville, TN. We even met a guy named Elvis, which was soooo embarrassing!

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Over 50, Even More Defined,’ by Shel Harrington

The Author Reads – Book Review of ‘Over 50, Even More Defined,’ by Shel Harrington

Feeling old and need a good laugh?

Check out Over 50, Even More Defined, by Shel Harrington.

This book is filled with ROTFLOL belly laughs and giggle-snort moments, written by a humorist for a “chronologically” mature audience.

Click to read my full review and to discover my favorite “quinbloits.”

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Fish Hotel

Mom Takes Me Everywhere

As a dog, I love adventures. As summer comes to an end, my doggy heart fondly considers some of the fun things I encountered in our travels.

Check out my blog to see pictures of me almost getting swallowed by a fish hotel, meeting a giant orange horse, and sitting next to the strangest cat I’ve ever seen.

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Christy and Aiden in front of Thief River Falls sign

Summer Reunions

As school resumes preschool through college, I am anticipating getting into substitute teaching.

I’m also looking back on our road trip to Thief River Falls, Minnesota, for an all- school reunion. I have never been back for any of my class reunions and next year marks 40 years since I graduated. UGH!

Read on for more about my class reunion…

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Christy holding "Forgive the Trespassers"

The Author Reads – Book Review of ‘Forgive the Trespassers,’ by Vickie Phelps

If you like romance filled with suspense, then “Forgive the Trespassers,” by Vickie Phelps, is for you.

Read on for my full review and info about the book and author.

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