Joined 4 years ago
My name is Alexandria Marx and I am a wife, mother, and business woman. I am a writer by trade. I started writing in the fourth grade, worked for ad agencies, magazines, newspapers, and went out on my own because my dad -- who was one of the greatest entrepreneurs that ever lived -- inspired me to start my own business. I opened a copywriting business in the Arts District in downtown Dallas, and moved to a home business after an injury and illness that made it easier to work from home. I enjoy the Internet, reading, cooking, sewing, piano, music and movies. I have the best honey in the world, 3 wonderful kids, 6 grands, and an awesome puppy dog.
8 months ago
With the Baby Boom generation advancing in age, many are getting a dog. Dogs make great companions, but dogs are an investment of your time and money. For an older person, the size and weight of the dog is an important factor when choosing the dog...
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