With much of the nation under stay-at-home orders, cabin fever is at an all-time high. Cohabitating with our loved ones and furry friends provides many benefits but being in close quarters for extended periods of time can be difficult- for humans and their animals.
Remember the sign Harry Truman had on his desk that read, "The Buck Stops Here?"
I do not know about the rest of you, but there are just days when I love staying home and doing absolutely nothing. Those days have been few and far between lately so when one comes around I have found that I tend to hibernate. I had one such blissful day Saturday and it was heaven on earth. I got up when I wanted, did what I wanted and the best part is I got to spend some time with most of my kids in the process.
Despite the fact that Rhoads Memorial Library remains closed due to COVID-19 pandemic concerns, we learned of some nice offerings by Harrington Library Consortium (HLC). As their vendors allow, HLC has added links to free resources on their website, www.harringtonlc.org and will continue to do so. The links will remain active at least until the end of the school year since most youngsters are home sheltering in place.
As a dog ages, several changes may occur besides a greying muzzle. Senior dogs have more health concerns than younger dogs, but they can still make playful, loving companions.