A Dog’s Life

Nick Has Orange Knees

A boy, his tongue, and living the life anxious

Nick in repose (photo by the author)

Our dogs are Belgian Shepherds: Nick (pictured above) and Sasha, and I can’t claim to really understand either of them. They are a different species after all. (To be frank, I have so much trouble understanding humans I wonder if they’re my species either, but that’s another story.)

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Musician and conductor, repairer of woodwinds, owner of dogs, band director, lapsed mathematician, and scribbler of thoughts on humor, politics or both at once.

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Musician and conductor, repairer of woodwinds, owner of dogs, band director, lapsed mathematician, and scribbler of thoughts on humor, politics or both at once.

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