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Padraic Mcgrath
I think I read of a labradore who lived to be 19 yo. That's a medium size dog, & I've never heard of any dog of any size living into its 20's. Have any small breeds done so?
I am a practical individual, and believe in dignity. So, when I see an elderly person that is "no longer there," where s/he can't move or think anymore the way s/he used to, where the mind is so far off that the essence of who that person was is gone, I say to myself wouldn't that person be better off dead? And, then I think about my own future when I become an elderly person, and I say to myself "that will never happen to me because I will euthanize myself before that happens." What do you think?
Is it a culturally bound thing how long we feel sadness after a dear one's death, and how long time we need to overcome the feelings it creates in us?
Amazing Guy
Is home a place you are relieved to walk into a sanctuary from the world? Nice to travel but no place like home? Or is it the other way around?
.. I am an extremely curious woman and at times I am told my curiosity is going to get me in trouble ( please I laugh at the sight of trouble it has nothing on me).. anyways.. is anyone as curious as I and when does curiosity have it's limits? I know there are borders but I have not crossed any of them... If it is not considered curiosity than what is it ?Don't mind me I think I had too much decaf this morning...