I have been a newspaper columnist for 25 years. For many of those years, I had to crank one out evey week and it ran in several papers. For the last five years, blessed relief, it has been running every other Sunday in only the Columbus Dispatch.
So, a column was due for this Sunday and, of course, I couldn't get onto any track other than what I'm immersed in at the moment: guide dog trining! To read today's column on this favorite subject, go here:
This morning, I attended a session on T Touch. I've heard of it but knew next to nothing. It is a truly amazing skill set of massage touches to use on animals for comfort and healing. It was so cool to see half a dozen excited dogs blissfully conked out on the floor in a matter of seconds after we learned the first touches. I can't wait to get home and try them out on Tuscan as well, not to mention my two cats, Ophelia and Thomas.
My daughter, Melinda, has a cat with significant developmental disabilities and health issues, and T Touch will probably help him enormously, too.
It continues to pour, pour, pour, along with more thunder to spice things up a bit!