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Daughter: “Mommy, I know where God lives.”

Me: “Really?  Where?”

Daughter: “In my pupik [belly].”

Me: “In your pupik?”

Daughter: “Yes, Morah Ruthy told me God is everywhere and inside all of us.”

Me: “Oh.  Does God like it in there?”

Daughter: “Yes, I eat very healthy.”

Just read the book Izzy and Lenore, by Jon Katz.  It’s the author’s account of adopting a border collie named Izzy and the journey of the two of them through Katz’s depression and working as hospice volunteers (both Katz and Izzy – she had her own ID badge!).  It is an amazing book, and a testament to the power of hospice and the power of animal love.  Lenore, the other dog in the title, makes her way into the book as a black Lab puppy Katz adopts into his menagerie of animals on his farm in upstate NY (including a steer named Elvis).

This is an amazing and inspiring story, and confirms my belief in the deeper “6th sense” that I believe animals have and the chesed they are capable of.  Just my two cents, but I’d love to hear if anyone has read this and your thoughts (or if you go ahead and read it).

So funny, I literally fell off my chair.

Anyone see the Barbara Walters special tonight?  I want to know what those parents did – those are some good boys they got there.

What is up with Tatiana? Is it me or does it seem like she’s smoking something?

REFLECTION, ri-‘flek-shun

1: an instance of reflecting; especially : the return of light or sound waves from a surface; 2: the production of an image by or as if by a mirror; 3: the action of bending or folding back; 4: something produced by reflecting; 5: a thought, idea, or opinion formed or a remark made as a result of meditation; 6: consideration of some subject matter, idea, or purpose; 7(a): a transformation of a figure in which each point is replaced by a point symmetric with respect to a line or plane (b): a transformation that involves reflection in more than one axis of a rectangular coordinate system

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