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Love Thy Neighbor
Posted on October 23, 2013 by Greet Grief
My dog Tanner and I pull into our attached garage on this crisp fall day after spending all afternoon running errands. I have grocery bags in my arms, his leash wrapped around my wrist and my key chain hanging from … Continue reading →
Posted in Lessons from others | Tagged adrenaline, ambulance, anxiety, caregiver, commotion, deer, dog, errands, fight or flight response, fire truck, garden, heart palpitations, midlife, Mississippi, neighbor, prayers, relationship, sirens, social worker, stress, stroke, therapist | 9 Comments