Eloise Via Flickr: I don’t know what came over me. We weren’t going to be buying any new animals for some time, now that we have a new [human] baby in the house. But she’s a Weimaraner, and she’s a blue. And I’m not sure that she’s figured this kid out yet, but Eloise has… Continue reading Eloise
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While Balthazar’s first camping trip was actually over just before 10:00pm, he did get some good exposure to camp-life and the adventures that surround it. Balthazar has been going on about a camping trip for days now. We’re not exactly sure where he picked this up, but I couldn’t be happier. I love camping and… Continue reading The First Camping Trip
I spent the greater part of this week in Newark, NJ where we have two offices – the other in Jersey City on The Hudson River. It was my first time to New Jersey and I got the opportunity to visit Manhattan for another first. I was prepared for more dangers than actually existed. The… Continue reading Adventures in Manhattan
My mom, out on the farm, has resurrected an ancient form of punishment to present to her dogs. One of her dogs, a young Great Pyrenees, has learned to kill the chickens. This is generally an unforgivable act, but one that she feels is accounted for by her rambunctious youth. However, the puppy has recently… Continue reading Medieval Punishments
St. Patrick’s Day is the celebration of Saint Patrick, an English (or perhaps Scottish) immigrant who cleansed the land of pesky pagans. The story, as it goes these days, was that he used a clover as a symbol for the Trinity, which apparently did well to win people over. The shamrock was was always a… Continue reading The Luck o the Irish
Three leggèd dogs are klutzes. Not that I suppose I expected anything less, but Yang is a bumping noise attrocity at night. She bumps into things and knocks things over all over the house (including Balthazar). The hardest part for her is that she doesn’t seem to care about bumping into things. If knocking into… Continue reading Pogo
I love new product commercials for products you never thought you needed. They’re always pitching some great new product that *fix* the way you used to do it. Of course, the people they show doing it the old way are complete oafs. Who are these idiots that can’t pick up hotdogs with tongs, pour-out spaghetti,… Continue reading In Just Three Easy Payments of $19.99…