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Thursday, December 22, 2016

5 Reasons to Give a Shelter Pet a Home for Christmas

#Pets #Animals #Dogs #Cats #Shelters #NoKillShelter #Humane #Rescue #RescueAnimal #Puppies #Kittens

        A loving home is the greatest gift of all, and it's one that you can give to a shelter pet who needs it. Puppies and kittens are on a lot of Christmas lists, but choosing an older rescue animal is an act of kindness that benefits both the lucky pet and his new humans. Here are a few reasons to give a lonely creature in a shelter near you a second chance at a happy home.

Special thanks to Sophie Gamand for the use of these photos from her Instagram account in this post. Sophie uses her photography talents to help rescue pets find loving homes.

The cutie shown here is named Jessica. She's from New York, and she does well in a calm, single-human home with no pets.
<<Learn more about Jessica>>

Open Mic Night at The Coffee Cup - November 2016

#TheCoffeeCup #Music #Guitar #OpenMic #OpenMicNight #Video #YouTube #Coffee #Acoustic #Cover #ArtsAndCrafts #Entertainment
       A local coffee place had open mic night in November, and I got to play a few songs there. There was great music, great coffee, and overall it was just a lot of fun. Here are a few videos of some of the music I played that night.

DON'T Use Facebook Live for your Live Stream Unless...

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       I recently tried live streaming on Facebook, and it let me down for a number of reasons. While I can see how it can be useful under certain circumstances, there are a few things you should be mindful of that you might not have expected. If you'd like to know what to look out for, and whether Facebook Live is right for you, read on.

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