by Contributor | Feb 3, 2020 | Animals Teach Love, Contributors, Dogs, Service and Animals |
By Angela Towler, United Kingdom
I live in the United Kingdom and had traveled to London with my husband for a day. I don’t go there very often but occasionally like to visit the art galleries. After a good day out, it soon was time for our train journey home via the underground train to Paddington Station in London.
by Harold Klemp | Nov 21, 2019 | Animals and Miracles, Dogs, Featured Columnist, Service and Animals |
By Harold Klemp
A young African woman was going to school with a friend’s family. As they were driving along, suddenly, in the middle of the road, they saw a dog. It was just sitting in the middle of the road; it wouldn’t move.
by Contributor | Apr 9, 2019 | Dogs, Pets in Family Life |
By Benny Callaghan, Minnesota
When I was a child, we had a family dog called Nelson. He was a standard long-haired dachshund with a dark-black coat and golden-caramel underbelly. He was beautiful and loved.
by Scott Riviere | Mar 26, 2019 | Dogs, Scott Riviere, Service and Animals |
By Scott Riviere, North Carolina
Born two and half months prematurely, I stayed in an incubator the whole time I was in the hospital. Upon first coming home, I was isolated from the rest of my family in the third-floor nursery. I rarely cried or moved…
by Contributor | Jan 22, 2019 | Animals in Nature, Animals Teach Love, Dogs, The Afterlife and Animals |
By Niels-Jul Yrvin, Norway
While driving on a rural road near the town in Norway where I lived at the time, I decided to pass a white car. Ignoring a nudge not to do this, I immediately regretted making the wrong choice.