RIP, Lexi, RIP,… Your Family Loves You With All of Their Heart.

On December 31, 2013 we lost Lexi our beloved 4 footed family member for 10 and 1/2 years. Lexi had a very fast acting cancer. Lexi was a huge part of my boy’s life and even after my divorce spent special time with my x-husband, Mike.  She was a dear, shy, wonderful friend to all […]

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Another fabulous book review,…

I have just finished Pet Parents, by Coleen Ellis [http://www.amazon.com/Pet-Parents-Journey-Through-Unconditional/dp/1462035485/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1329664836&sr=1-1]. This is really a sweet—and at the same time, a practical—book for all pet lovers. Coleen´s inspiration to establish Pet Angel Memorial Center came from her relationship with a feisty Terrier/Miniature Schnauzer mix who, after 14 years of companionship, finally succumbed to cancer. This was […]

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One Good Dog

He had everything. A good life. A great career. A beautiful home and family. Coming from nothing he´d made it all on his own. His heart had hardened but he had “achieved.” And, just like that, it was all gone. Yes, he´d been there before and knew what “nothing” felt like. But he´d also vowed […]

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Think inside the box when serving families

Give families the service that your team does best! I just got back from a fabulous conference. Alright, it was a conference of insurance executives, but it was incredible as it was all about marketing! Always an interesting topic! The highlight of the conference was a “cast member” from the Disney Institute. There is nothing […]

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