Writing for Cecil: A guest post by Mindy Mejia

Today’s post and photos are courtesy of Dragon Keeper author Mindy Mejia, whose blog you can find on her website. Enjoy! Writing for Cecil A few weeks ago a building near my office was overrun by police cars and media vans. I didn’t know what was going on until someone told me, complete with a meaningful look in one …

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Consider the Sloth: A guest post by Jean Ryan

Today’s post is courtesy of Survival Skills author Jean Ryan, whose blog you can find on her website. Enjoy! Consider the Sloth Do animals think? Countless experiments have been undertaken to answer this question and the consensus is: Yes, they do. I guess I’ve always considered this answer fairly obvious. How would creatures survive if they couldn’t evaluate situations …

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Indulge the Dog: A guest post by Jacki Skole

Today’s post and photos are courtesy of Dogland author Jacki Skole, whose blog you can find on her website. Enjoy! Indulge the Dog One Sunday morning, my dog threw her version of a hissy fit. It was about seven o’clock, and my husband, Kevin, wanted to take Galen for a walk, but she didn’t want …

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Thighs Can’t Be Uncertain: A guest post by Mindy Mejia

Today’s post and photos are courtesy of Dragon Keeper author Mindy Mejia, whose blog you can find on her website. Enjoy! Thighs Can’t Be Uncertain Ah, summertime. The endless daylight, the mojito menus, the garden salads picked straight from the garden, and—as frosting on the star-spangled cake this year—I received my editorial letter from the wonderful …

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Vegan dining at Native Foods

While in Southern California, we had the opportunity to visit Native Foods Cafe, a small, plant-based restaurant chain with locations in Southern California, Oregon, and Colorado, among others (including Palm Springs, where it was founded), and we hope it becomes a nationwide phenomenon as soon as possible. Because it’s delicious, and so good for both people …

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