Mayberry Morning

The sun was out. The dogs sniffed the air and began walking the streets of Mayberry with me. Songbirds called from the trees. We reached the second stop sign and the warm breeze felt great, but I turned us towards home. I sneezed twice and reached for my linen hankerchief. Hello, Allergies. Back at home,…

Maybe It’s Your Ears

Nothing is more annoying than repeating a mistake. Lately, I’ve been duplicating a problem as I don’t remember my cat, Cheez-It, is already outside when I let our dogs out. Our alpha welshie, Matilda, has a bit of a strong hunt instinct and given the opportunity, she will turn predator in the wag of a…

Two Welshies

Hello fantastic readers, Thank goodness for speech-to-text, we can’t type with these fuzzy paws. Remember when Susan’s white cane took over Adventures in Low Vision to announce it had started tweeting from @SusansWhiteCane? Well, guess what. We have an announcement, too. You will now be able to follow your two favorite terriorists on Instagram under…

Morning Routine

Sleepiness blankets my first minutes. No shower. No breakfast. Only time to realize a dog is up. I rush her outside in a stupor, a dreamy haze. I sit on the concrete steps and watch her sniff around the yard, tail wagging. Birds chirp in the trees. Commuters accelerate through Mayberry. The other dog will…

This is Your Terrier on Drugs

When we walk, he’s a traffic stopper. People gawk. People with unimpaired vision ask if he’s real. Yes, he’s real, he’s mine, he’s a dashing welsh terrier named Ulysses. Our other welshie, Matilda, is equally cute.  Coincidence? I don’t think so. Terriers are alert and energetic dogs who enjoy working and playing. The U and…