People. Life is all about people. We don’t have to have a ton of relationships, but we all need people in our lives who get us. Who’ve seen our freak flag countless times and love when it comes out. People who tag us on memes that capture our spirit, or Tasty videos they know we’d be drooling over. People who text us with random pictures of bumper stickers or book covers or bath mats or beard accessories with a note that reads “Saw this and thought of you.” We all need these kind of close connections to feel a senseRead more ›
Meet Ponce: A Chorgi Who Found His Forever Home – Pet of the Week – Chihuahua / Corgi Albany, NY Robyn Kearns I would like to introduce you to my little boy “Ponce.” Eight years ago I was on vacation in Puerto Rico and I was staying in the El Yunque Rainforest. This poor little guy was tied up to a tree and was surviving on frogs and lizards. I called our airline and asked if we were able to bring him back to New York and they said if he had all of his shots and proper papers we could. Long story short… we did and he is the best little guy I could ever ask for. My Dad says….”most people bring home T-shirts when they go on vacation.” Did you like this week’s Pet of the Week? Leave a comment below and let us know what you thought! If you would like to nominate your pet for Pet of the Week, send us your pet’s story along with a photo to email@example.com. If your pet is selected, they will be featured on our site and you’ll receive some cool prizes!
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Traditionally, it was believed that if one folded 1000 origami cranes, ones wish would come true. It has also become a symbol of hope and healing during challenging times. As a result, it has become popular to fold 1000 cranes (in Japanese, called “senbazuru”). A thousand paper cranes are traditionally given as a wedding gift by the father, who is wishing a thousand years of happiness and prosperity upon the couple. They can also be given to a new baby for long life and good luck. Hanging them in ones home is thought to be a powerfully lucky and benevolent charm.
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