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First blooming Matilija poppy of the season. #GrowSomething #CaliforniaNativePlants
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After work, some people go to happy hour. I go to belly rub hour.
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All three of mine do that. I can't take a picture. As soon as I reach for my phone, they sit up and give me that "why did you stop?" Look. 
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I don't know why she was snuggling up with her toy, but there you go.
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Ma come siamo comodi. Ciao cucciolone sei stupendo bacioni
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Kristen, looking relaxed on vacation.
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Oh Kristen I♡U. Love, kristen :)
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Mark you calendars, Thursday 3/27, 2 pm to 8 pm.
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More than the electricity is out this morning. 
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Dog Treat Recall Alert - PetSmart has announced that Loving Pets Corporation is voluntarily recalling certain lots of Simply Nourish Biscotti with Beef and Sweet Potatoes Dog Treats due to the potential of mold growth. For complete details, please visit this link. And as always, be sure to share the news of this important event with other dog owners, too. http://buff.ly/1scX2Hr
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One of my favorite things: roast chicken with carrots, onions, and red potatoes. #Yum
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It looks delicious Ann - yumm! +Ann Salisbury 
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Pam - This has been amazing helpful with our dog.  She's about 80% there, which is a huge improvement and makes walks more enjoyable for all involved.  Thanks so much for sharing!!
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That is great news!  Keep up the good work!  :)
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Well. That was quite the shaker. #earthquake
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Too funny +Ann Salisbury although I must say I took a quiz once and based on that analysis I would indeed survive a zombie attack lol  But it never hurts to be prepared.  I like your idea of a having a skiff handy :)
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Professional attorney, amateur photographer, patiently awaiting my next opportunity to get my passport stamped.  Sometimes I cook and garden, too.
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