My love of animals, especially dogs. I remember getting shots as a kid (probably pre school age, maybe before) and coming out of the doctor’s office crying, and I saw a guy walking a gray poodle down the street and all I wanted was to pet that dog but my mom wouldn’t let me and she had to drag me away screaming. How cool would it be if it caught on that a therapy dog would be present at vaccination clinics for kids, and their “reward” after getting a shot was to be able to snuggle and draw comfort from a dog?
Anyway, this pic was likely taken in Independence, Kansas some time around 1972, if I were to guess.
Now that I don’t work from home, I don’t have to endure conference calls. I think the most interesting conference call I ever had to endure (for me) was the one I spent in my downstairs tiny powder room, notes on the toilet lid, huddled on the floor with my St. Bernard because there was a tornado warning for my neighborhood. It was hailing and everything, but still I had to be on the conference call. So not worth it.
I have two cameras. An older model Nikon Coolpix that takes crappy pictures, but it’s point-and-shoot, and a fancy Nikon D40x that would take great pictures I’m sure, if only I’d read the directions for it. Well my Nikon’s flash pics have always left me lamenting the $700 I spent on that camera. The Lightscoop won’t fix all flash photos, but for residential home snapshots it works like a charm. Best $30 I ever spent. Behold! (Click the pictures to see them as God intended – BIG!)
Neighbor dog is out.
Maybe you didn’t HEAR me. OMG THE NEIGHBOR DOG IS OUT!!!
Even though it’s been out every day for the past year and a half, THIS HAS NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE AND I MUST INVESTIGATE!
Whoops! Clumsy dismount. The judges will be deducting points for this one.
Oww!! I’ll feel that in the morning.