About Me
My name is Rachel, I live in California, I'm 37, married for 13 years to Sean and have two dogs. My hobbies are my dogs Solo and Leo, hiking, exploring, enjoying life.


Friends
Khiori
Nedra
Rob Follett


Categories
General
Local Mountains
Personal
Pets
Travels


Archives
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February 2005
January 2005
December 2004
November 2004
October 2004
September 2004


Photos
Mojave National Preserve
JTNP - Geology Tour
Children's Forest
Calico Ghosttown
Holcomb Valley
Photo Page 1
Photo Page 2


Currently Reading
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood ~ Rebecca Wells
The Field ~ Lynne McTaggart
Unfinished Tales ~ J.R.R. Tolkien
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance ~Robert M. Pirsig

Finished:
The Re-Enchantment of Everyday Life ~ Thomas Moore, April 29, 2005
Nine Princes in Amber ~ Roger Zelazny, April 18, 2005
Battlefield Earth ~ L. Ron Hubbard, March 31, 2005
Quilter's Apprentice ~ Jennifer Chiaverini, March 21, 2005
Contact ~ Carl Sagan, March 19, 2005
Eye of the World ~ Robert Jordan, March 14, 2005


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Khiori's Solitude


Khiori's page will always remain on Khiori.com. She will always be my "Shining Star". I believe when she died, she hit the sky running and never stopped. I miss her. But her memory will always be of my faithful little girl who loved to play and run and discover new things.

The pages linked below follow our travels through the world of Canine Epilepsy. Painful as they are, they remain to hopefully help others in their walk. I pray that any who read our travels will gain some kind of comfort that they are not alone in the pain of dealing with this monster.



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