Agnes Service Dog For Dogs

September 5, 2017

Our dog Agnes has been with us through thick and thin. In light of her service to us we decided to honor her by creating a set of stories featuring her as a service dog for other animals.

Here is a sneak preview of the first installment of Agnes Service Dog For Dogs.

1 Agnes Service Dog For Dogs by Bruce Dolin and Andrea Alsberg

2 Agnes Service Dog For Dogs by Bruce Dolin and Andrea Alsberg

3 Agnes Service Dog For Dogs by Bruce Dolin and Andrea Alsberg

4 Agnes Service Dog For Dogs by Bruce Dolin and Andrea Alsberg

5 Agnes Service Dog For Dogs by Bruce Dolin and Andrea Alsberg

6 Agnes Servic Dog For Dogs by Bruce Dolin and Andrea Alsberg

For more please click on this link: Agnes Service Dog For Dogs

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Want Something or Go Home

January 5, 2017

I made a new comic book. Please check it out: http://awkwardtangent.com/want-something-or-go-home/

 

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What Our Nightmares About Our Children Could Mean

September 23, 2016

Dear Dreamer, You are most likely reading these words because you had a nightmare, perhaps some weeks or even months ago now, perhaps last night. I’m going to try to keep this brief, but please understand that I am trying to write something that could be helpful to you, but also to your fellow parents […]

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Do What You Love

May 2, 2016

Hi all!  It’s been ages since I have posted anything, but I wanted to say hello to readers who still subscribe to Privilege of Parenting, and welcome to any new readers who may wander by. when I was blogging about parenting I realized that I ended up giving a fair amount of advice, when mostly […]

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Wake Up

January 19, 2015

I would say, “Happy Martin Luther King Day,” except we’re not there yet.  Instead let’s just acknowledge that it’s Martin Luther King Day and admit that we have not yet overcome and that today’s a day to keep on pushing forward on liberty and justice for ALL. When I left Selma the other night I […]

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A Review of “Little Elliot, Big City,” by Mike Curato

August 26, 2014

Of all the imaginary juice joints in the wide world of the child’s mind, it had to be Elliot, Little Elliot who walked into Bemelmans Bar at the Carlyle where I was sitting with my legs dangling from a booster seat, trading “what time is it?” jokes with Madeline.  Ferdinand was drowsing over a flower […]

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nothing to say but it’s okay

April 6, 2014
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My Father, My Selfie

January 26, 2014

Greetings.  Readers of this blog have perhaps noticed that I have been disinclined to write in recent months.  When I first leapt into this blogosphere back in 2009, and felt like Sandra Bullock spinning terrified in Gravity, a Wolf, D.A. Wolf, came by like some virtual George Clooney (although with better dialogue to be sure) […]

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A Guide to Bad Dreams About Our Children

August 4, 2013

Given that I can’t really keep up with the demand for dream interpretation that I have been receiving and that I don’t have time to organize the material into a proper guidebook to nightmares about our children I have elected to take an interim step:  to offer nine blog posts dealing with the most common […]

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That Sinking Feeling—Dreams about Children Drowning

August 4, 2013

Below you will find a thread of dreams from youngest to older children involving water and drowning.  This is the most common category of nightmares I have received from parents so at the very least you are not alone in this nightmare. Some theories of dreaming include the notion that our brains naturally experience a […]

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