Remembering Sir Shakespeare Hemingway

Today, March 7, 2018 is an extremely sad day for me. Today is the first anniversary of losing my precious mini-schnauzer, Sir Shakespeare Hemingway. Exactly one year later, I am still heartbroken over losing him. Over making the decision to allow him to go to Heaven so he would not suffer any longer. On theContinue reading “Remembering Sir Shakespeare Hemingway”

To All Concerned About Hurricane Irma

Dearest Readers: In a few minutes, I will tuck my animals to bed and I will slip into my bed to rest after a fitful night of tossing and turning last night. I found it difficult to sleep. Worrying about strangers desperate to get out of Florida and the traffic congestion created due to aContinue reading “To All Concerned About Hurricane Irma”

Hurricane Irma

Dearest Readers: This will be brief. Today, I’ve spent the day getting ready in the event Irma comes to town. I pray this monster category 5 hurricane will decrease in strength and wind. The USA does not need another tragedy after Hurricane Harvey. If you are nearby the Florida Coast, please do what the GovernorContinue reading “Hurricane Irma”

Happy 14th Birthday, My Love…

Dearest Readers: Tomorrow, Tuesday, April 11, 2017, Sir Shakespeare Hemingway would be 14-years-old. Unfortunately, we had to make a decision to let him go on March 7, 2017. Truly one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever made. I ache for him. I cry…and cry…and CRY! I am so lost without him, even though I haveContinue reading “Happy 14th Birthday, My Love…”

My Dearest Sir Shakespeare Hemingway

Dearest Readers: Today is Tuesday, March 28, 2017. Exactly three weeks ago today, my husband and I made the decision to let our precious almost 14-year-old mini schnauzer leave us to go home to Heaven. How I miss that precious little boy. He was my friend. My dearest and most trusting friend. Shakespeare joined ourContinue reading “My Dearest Sir Shakespeare Hemingway”

Communicating With Shakespeare

Dearest Readers: I suppose some of you will think I’ve lost my mind. As my closest friends know, I have visions and a strong belief in God. My grandmother had the gift of visions. After she passed away, that gift found me. I had visions of men dressed all in black, attacking planes – twoContinue reading “Communicating With Shakespeare”

Learning To Walk Through Grief

Dearest Readers: Exactly two weeks ago today, I had to say goodbye to sweet, precious almost 14-year-old Sir Shakespeare Hemingway. While writing this, tears gush from my eyes. How I miss that precious little mini-schnauzer, my best friend who loved for me to rub his ears. If you’ve never had to make the decision toContinue reading “Learning To Walk Through Grief”

In Memory Of – Sir Shakespeare Hemingway

Dearest Readers: This week has been such a dreadful, sad week for me. Why? Most of you who read my blog regularly will know what an advocate I am for animals. On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, our family had to say goodbye to precious, Sir Shakespeare Hemingway. Sir Shakespeare Hemingway, April 11, 2003 – MarchContinue reading “In Memory Of – Sir Shakespeare Hemingway”

When and If Hurricane Matthew Comes to the Lowcountry…

Dearest Readers: Within 24-36 hours, we, in the low country, will know what our chance of meeting Hurricane Matthew is. Here’s what I predict. As most of you know, Charleston, SC is the ‘number one city in the world.’ No doubt, a Chamber of Commerce statement. Yes, it is a beautiful city. Antiquated!!! And I’mContinue reading “When and If Hurricane Matthew Comes to the Lowcountry…”

Labor Day Celebration to be Held at Coon Dog Cemetery

F O R I M M E D I A T E R E L E A S E CONTACT: Janice M. Williams, President Friends of the Coon Dog Cemetery, Inc. PHONE: 256.412.5970 EMAIL: Labor Day Celebration to be Held at Coon Dog Cemetery Tuscumbia, Ala. (August 18, 2015) – On a ridge inContinue reading “Labor Day Celebration to be Held at Coon Dog Cemetery”