The post-guru literary career of Elizabeth Gilbert.
Angela Bo's insight:
When Elizabeth Gilbert was in fourth grade, her teacher, Ms. Sandie Carpenter, announced a fund-raiser. Students were asked to sell grinders — New Englandese for “sub sandwiches” — to pay for a class trip. There was never any question whether Gilbert would participate. Still, door-to-door sales of a perishable foodstuff can prove intimidating, even to a zealous 9-year-old.
Dogs to show off athletic abilities The Daily News Journal This picture, by ESPN, is of Taz, a Shetland sheepdog owned by Jean LaValley of Mufreesboro, which won the small dog agility division in the Great Outdoor Games in 2003.
Before competition, Heidi Fischer keeps the same routine for Diesel, her nearly 5-year-old beagle-terrier mix dog – hot dogs prior to the agility course and a Tupperware of peanut butter at the end.
Her strategy calms the jangled nerves of her little competitor, who loves the course but not the crowds. And, normally, Fischer, 47, said she is calm before the race. She is that way with her sheltie, a dog that she says “rips up the course.”
But, Diesel is a different dog. He has anxiety before competition.
Jack The Sheltie Takes His Freedom Ride North Country Gazette UTICA—Jack, an 8-year-old Shetland sheepdog that had been ordered euthanized on April 1, is a free dog and in the country playing with his father and siblings.
Jack the Sheltie spared by judge; headed to the country Utica Observer Dispatch Jack, the 8-year-old Shetland sheepdog that Beratta raised since it was a puppy, will not be put to death after all and soon will be in a new rural home with other dogs...
Reading to dogs boosts pupils' confidenceThe Augusta ChronicleAmya Williams, a third-grader at Wheeless Road Elementary, shows Dakota, a Shetland sheepdog, the pictures as she reads during a program that aims to boost pupils' literacy.
Twig, a Sheltie owned by the Clark family of Belleair, has achieved fame over the internet for her exploits at skimboarding on Clearwater Beach. Her owner says Twig mainly just loves to get on a board and go.
Rescued animals remain with AWL Journal Review Normal shelter operations are being managed separately from the care and management of the more than 100 exotic birds and 35 Shetland sheepdogs that were rescued Thursday.
Young dog handler wins Canadian title The Daily Courier (subscription) Turton, 12, the youngest among 20 competitors (19-and-under) from across the country, swept the standard and jumper event titles with her Shetland Sheepdog, Jazz, for first...
Decision on Jack the sheltie case expected this week Utica Observer Dispatch Despite optimistic posts on the Facebook page rallying for Jack the Shetland sheepdog, a decision has not been made in the case of the dog that bit a 2-year-old girl in...
Sheltie abuse case bound over for trial Midland Daily News The charge was filed after authorities seized 38 Shetland sheepdogs from her West Pine River Road home in July. Hansen has forfeited them. Midland County Chief Assistant Prosecutor Erik S.
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