On Puppies and Flossing

Puppies bring light and joy into family life, a never-ending source of new experiences. The same can be true of their always renewable energy. Boone, our bouncing 10-month old, has kept us on our toes—for different reasons—since his arrival. Over our short history he has offered generous helpings of love, play, laughter, cryptic furniture and floor hieroglyphics, and love tattoos on unsuspecting skin.

But, here is a snippet of a problem I didn’t foresee when we brought our bundle of brindle home. Who knew shoelaces could fasten and floss at the same time?

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About Dr. John Panepinto

Direction. Execution. Evolution. Each day can be an expression of living with purpose and focusing on what matters most. My sites share this theme of vision, living in our most important roles and responsibilities from imagination and creativity in a simple, practical way. I am committed to educating and serving, founded in principles of development, that people can use and practice in their every day lives.