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Dooce, the Dobie Dog ~ Mom Blog ~


Do you have memories of a favorite pet? I think most of us probably do. Some of my fondest memories, as well as some of my saddest memories are from my dog Dooce, aka... Dobie Dog. With Dooce, my husband and… Continue

Added by Molly on November 4, 2010 at 12:37pm — No Comments

Blogging. Oh Why Do I Bother?

Today I woke up in a bit of an icky mood. Aside from the fact that I rose at 5:30 (not willingly) my freshly bathed dog rolled in crap and two giant zits had sprung up like weeds on my face sometime during the night. Fantastic. I thought people my age weren't supposed to get zits anymore.



With my less than wonderful disposition this morning came the question I ask myself once in a while "Why? Why? Why do I write this blog?" It started as a… Continue

Added by A on July 23, 2009 at 10:05pm — No Comments

I feel bloated with dooce.

I'm an avid dooce reader,even though I just found her recently- like a month ago. Lately, she seems to be writing less than usual and when you get hooked on a blog, you kind of forget it's a real person writing about their daily life. They become like an online book and when you can't read what happens next, you can get frustrated. So, last night I decided to use the wayback internet machine to read as far back as the archives would let me to really get my fill of the dooce life from the… Continue

Added by Tess Moody on July 28, 2008 at 12:45pm — No Comments

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