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April 2011

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my (our) books

Fool for Love When You Don't See Me

Someone Like You I'm Your Man

He's The One It Had To Be You

The Mammoth Book of New Gay Erotica Best Gay Erotica 2007

Best Gay Love Stories: New York City Best Gay Love Stories 2005

Three Fortunes In One Cookie The Deal

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P.O. Box 131845, Houston, TX., 77219.

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Warning: This blog may contain homosexuals which in the states of California and Maine have been alleged to destroy the sanctity of marriage. Read at your own risk.



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Scout's Honor Rescue is an all-breed, no-kill, Not-For-Profit 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization committed to bringing courage, character and compassion to Houston's homeless pet population and making a positive difference in the lives of these stray and abandoned animals and the Houston community as a whole. 100% of every dollar donated goes directly to saving the life of a homeless animal.

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I took EZ to the vet yesterday. The plan was to drop her off and pick her up in the afternoon, so I set my alarms (yes; plural) for 10 in the morning. For no apparent reason, I woke up just before 8 AM. I let Rex outside and then turned to EZ, who stood up in her crate, so I brought her out for a moment. The first thing I noticed was that her tail was wagging frantically. Then I noticed how she nuzzled against my face as I lifted her out, and then she licked my face. Good heavens, she was happy. That was a wonderful moment. She wolfed down her breakfast, drank a bowl of water, and then shuffled back into her crate while my back was turned for but a second. She lay down, panting, with her big old Joker-like grin, and seemed to be saying, I like my crate now. Yay!



Then she promptly peed outside. I guess I never thought to put her in the flowerbed, but that seems to be where she likes to go. Good to know.

We got good news from the vet. Her front leg is in a cast because it was thought that her wrist is fractured. Turns out it's just one of her toes that is jacked up, and not her wrist at all. However, her heartworm condition is more advanced than we hoped. But we can't worry about that now, because her hip needs to be addressed before anything. It slipped out of joint again. Who knew? She sure doesn't act like a dog with a hip out of joint. Yes, she gimps and limps, but she seems pretty happy to be here in spite of it. I'm taking her back on Monday for an operation to repair it. The doctor seems very optimistic about her recovery. Life will be good for EZ. Although, she still has to be spayed.

This afternoon I stopped by a meet and greet in the Heights where several rescue organizations get together with dogs so people can meet them, adopt, donate, or at the very least have some fun. Scout's Honor was there, and I got to meet a lot of the people that work with the organization. I also got to meet some wonderful dogs. Everyone wanted to know how EZ's doing, and I was glad to report that she's adapting quite well and seems to be happy. The funny thing was that I had a feeling some of them were on the verge of asking, "Are you going to keep her?" but were holding back in case I'd get spooked and run away, or something. Fat chance. I have every confidence that EZ is going to do very well. She's a super sweet dog. And Scout's Honor shouldn't have any problem at all finding her a great home. When they do I'll be so happy for her. And then I'll say, "Next!"

But until then, I'm totally enjoying her company.

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