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Then, joy of joys, we assisted a couple with the adoption of one of the dogs we’d taken out that very morning.

There are countless TV restaurants we wish were real—who wouldn't want to grab coffee at Central Perk?—but why dwell on the spots you'll never be able to visit when there are real-deal bars, diners and beyond where famous movies and shows were actually filmed?You can find much more information about your privacy choices in our privacy policy.Even if you choose not to have your activity tracked by third parties for advertising services, you will still see non-personalized ads on our site.“I want to walk the dogs and help people find their perfect pets.” Fair enough. My daughter and I volunteered for the first time a few weeks ago at our local animal shelter.

(I am not allowed to call it the pound.) We exercised and goofed off with three dogs, tested to see if they knew any commands, cleaned up after them, wrote down our observations in the special notebook, and stacked some dishes.

And so, we celebrate the feasts of the Archangels Michael, Gabriel and Raphael on September 29, followed soon after by the feast of the Holy Guardian Angels on October 2nd.

I try to focus on deepening my relationship with my guardian angel each October.

There's some truth to the character's run-ins with great minds like Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald and Gertrude Stein — it's said that Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce and Jack Kerouac were actual patrons of the bistro in their day. It's outside of a real place called Tom's Restaurant in Manhattan's Morningside Heights neighborhood, and though the interior isn't where scenes were actually filmed, big fans still stop in for a quick meal and photo opp..

On the show, FBI special agent Cooper enjoyed more than a few slices of their famous cherry pie and washed it down with some "damn fine coffee"—both real items on the menu—and to fans' delight, the place was restored to it's campy, diner glory to serve as a shooting location for can't take all the credit for this classic New York City diner's popularity.

I invite you to join me in this and, in the process, we can help our children to do so as well.