Etc: end of thinking capacity —The Curious Brain Duff here. Before a Client arrives, Mom and I sit in the Waiting Room. I am usually on Mom’s Lap, so She can control My wild greetings when the Newcomer arrives. When I create a Fuss like that, I let Mom know there’s Someone at the door.…

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Petting, scratching, and cuddling a dog could be as soothing to the mind and heart as deep meditation and almost as good for the soul as prayer. —Dean Koontz Duff here. Newsflash for Those Not in the Know: Petting a Dog is Good for Your Heart And Your health. Your mind and Your Soul. Mom…

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Don’t compare your Chapter 1 with someone else’s Chapter 20. —flickr.com Duff here. I was not Always the Fine Canine You see today. When I was a Puppy, I was a Scamp. A Scallywag. Always into something. Mischief was My Middle name. When the House got quiet, Mom knew to start looking for Me. There…

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Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. —Meg Harbison Duff here. What does it mean to have a Comfort Zone? To Me, it’s where I feel Most Comfortable and at ease. Where I am accepted for Who I am. For being Loved as a very Small Dog. But that’s Not where I reside.…

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I want to inspire people. I want someone to llok at me and say, “Because of you, I didn’t give up. —CauseVox.com Duff here. I was considering My World the other day. And was searching for A Reason to be Me. Sure, I’m meant to chase Squirrels and Rabbits. And play with Mom. You already…

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It’s Fourth of July weekend, or as I see it, Exploding Christmas. —Stephen Colbert Mom and I want to wish You a Happy Fourth of July, with hot dogs, hamburgers and potato salad galore! The Duff and His Mom #unstuck-living #fourth-of-july

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A rock pile ceases to be a rock pile the moment a single man (or woman) contemplates it, bearing . . . the image of a cathedral. —Antoine de Saint-Exupery Duff here. Summer is the Time of Dreams. Of Plans for the Future as yet unformed. As a Canine, My Dreams are very specific: to…

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