Exploring The Woods

https://youtu.be/BaP8BdDMMIY Today is Feb. 20, 2018, and I spent it sunbathing in a pair of shorts. We had a weird warm spell after some snow on Saturday and reached a high of about 65 degrees. That's Fahrenheit, by the way. Your Celcius units mean nothing to me, rest of the world, though Google says that's …

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What My First Pet Taught Me About Death

My parents bought my first dog on the spur of the moment and named her after a license plate. Her name was Zoe, like the last three letters of our license plate, Z-O-E, not Zoey or Zöe as I corrected teachers who circled my spelling with red circles through school. I loved Zoe. We were almost exactly …

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The Power of Paws: Therapy Dogs Proven to Boost Mental Health

The stress of college weighs heavily on the mental health of many students. Therapy dogs can provide the answer for stress relief and self-care at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Through the Paws Program, Bright Spot Therapy Dogs, a group that places well-trained therapy dog teams in programs around New England, visits the Student Union …

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