Posts made in August, 2014

Un-Still Life With Cavaliers: A Radical Departure

Posted by on Aug 31, 2014 in Blog, General | 6 comments

Some of you have already met Rad, the new puppy.  Many of you have seen pictures and videos of Rad on Facebook.  All of you have an opinion about the arrival of Rad, whether you are voicing it or just thinking it.  Let me formally introduce Rad, Ignited Radical Departure, he is a Border Collie: So why is there a Border Collie among the Cavaliers? I watch the ripples change their size but never leave the stream of warm impermanence.  “Impermanence is one of the essential doctrines or three marks of existence in Buddhism. The term expresses the Buddhist notion that all of conditioned...

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Un-Still Life With Cavaliers: The Placeholder

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Blog, General | 2 comments

I am working on a blog post about Mrs. Sanflorian’s new puppy.  Her new puppy is not a Cavalier.  She suggested that I write about her new puppy.  In a few days we will be celebrating our 27th wedding anniversary.  When she suggests that I do something I do it AND I always remember our anniversary and how many years we’ve been married.  That’s why we have lasted 26.995 years.  And that’s why I’m working on a post about her puppy. I haven’t been able to focus on the new puppy blog post.  There’s a new puppy in the house, that’s why.  There are...

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Un-Still Life With Cavaliers: On Milestones

Posted by on Aug 16, 2014 in Blog, General | 1 comment

The first milestone I’m going to talk about is a new blog post, this one!  It’s been too long, 73 days I think.  I didn’t deliberately take time off from the blog but I found myself the victim of a very busy schedule and some very nice New England summer weather.  I’ve been doing agility on weekends, working a little extra and catching up on some other projects.  I helped organize and run a successful large agility event, the USDAA New England Regional Championships.  We’ve had days and days of warm sunny weather, kind of a rarity in Vermont, and I didn’t...

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