Menosukhi Menolyricals

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Louis-dog and Mimi are wonderfurs for organising these monthly prompts for posts. They are brought together under the banner of Blogville Arts and Entertainment.

Now for my entry. There are quite a few newbies in Blogville, so I thought to point folk to my CANINE CHRONICLES  stories. That link will take everyone to the second page and you ought to start at the bottom (as blogger won't let us put things around the normal way) and work your way up; then move on to the 'newer' posts for the rest of them... if you like them. 

Mainly they are the tales of the ashram dogs from when I was in India. No matter how hard one tried to not become involved with the dogs, they found their way into the heart!!! There is one story which remains untold however; that of Rekha, the pup you see me holding in the picture. Am still trying to find the way to tell it...



10 comments:

  1. Oh my Aunty...we thank you for these stories
    In Kaneya....the golden...this line in this story about being taken off and left alone is probably the one repeated in many stories of lost pups or kittens.
    Lots of hugs madi and mom

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  2. Oh yes, we remember reading these stories. Good choice!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  3. They were good stories, and one more to tell. I'll wait.

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  4. Your post are always get me to think.
    Coffee is on

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  5. you picked the best stories I loved them all ;o)

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  6. Hello, thanks for the link to your stories. What a cute pup! Enjoy your Thursday!

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  7. That is a puppy to fall in love with. I will stick to Miss Oswin though, more than enough on my plate with her.

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  8. Ah, you have a heart of gold.

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  9. A place in the heart. Namaste, Janice xx

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