Bob

It didn’t take very long for me to bring a new dog into the house. I lasted three weeks after letting Little Ray go; significantly less time than it’s taken me to write about it. I’d originally thought it would be good to have some time where I could...

University Angel – finally, a landscape!

It’s been a while since I’ve been able to take a landscape image, as with Ray‘s declining health and inability to travel well, I needed to stay close to home. The opportunity presented itself at, of all places, the Canadian Opera Company’s Four...

Goodbye, Little Ray

Today, I said my final goodbye to my constant companion and closest friend for the past 13+ years. I’d always promised that when I felt I was doing things more for me than him, it was time to make the call, and that time had come. He came to me at just the right...

Footprints

Sometimes the things you don’t see are as evocative as the ones in front of you. In this case, the footprints of my dog, Ray. As he finds it harder to walk, I have become, more and more, his personal Stairmaster. At 60 pounds, that’s a good workout, and...