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  1. Service Dog Etiquette: 5 Things You Should Know
    16 Jun, 2017
    Service Dog Etiquette: 5 Things You Should Know
    It's no secret that I have a recognized disability and a service dog. Skylar and I go everywhere together. She's given me a life I never thought I could have again, and I am grateful everyday for her. One of the many blessings of having Skylar is my ability to go places that I otherwise would have never dreamed of going. I've been getting out and doing things that I haven't done in a long time. Unfortunately, there's a flip side to that. Skylar is adorable and so many people want to come up and
  2. For the Love of BT
    01 May, 2017
    For the Love of BT
    ​             Most people out there know that I’m a fan of video games, particularly any one that has a good story. Recently, I was introduced to Titanfall 2, a first-person shooter that involves massive machines called Titans that you can pilot. I’m not going to lie: I suck at first-person shooters. I don’t have the coordination or depth perception to fire any weapon and actually hit something. Also, first-person shooters aren’t known for their story line. In fact, most of them have story lines
  3. Nature, Numbness, and Earthworms
    23 Apr, 2016
    Nature, Numbness, and Earthworms
    Picture by allspossible.org.uk  Earth day is extremely important to me. I feel that everyday we should celebrate and honor our Mother Earth, but any time we selfish humans can take off and think about something that is not ourselves is better than nothing.  Now it is no secret that I am passionate about the environment and the natural world. Nature, to me, is equivalent (to a point) to freedom. It is both selfish and selfless, existing for itself and for others. Humans have always held