I do have a few favorite pages on FB and one is called UPS Dogs.
UPS dogs are pictures of UPS drivers from all over the United States with pictures of dogs ( I have seen pictures of Deer, Goats once I think I saw a picture of a pig – which is pawesome) from their routes.
Recently one turned up that really caught my eye- and a few other eyes because with some slight editing it actually looked like a modern day Norman Rockewell print.
We’ve seen those dog shaming posts on Facebook, well most of us have.
Meet two of the coolest dogs in the world- they don’t heckin’ CARE what you think and they don’t care what you say
Meet Mabel and Olive- they own ( and I mean they OWN ) a Scottish newscaster named Andrew Cotter…he makes noises about how these two pawsome girls have no respect for him and he is thinking about getting a cat.
BOL… I dare you Andrew. Seriously. Go for it.
More on Olive, Mabel and Andrew at the link below:
Today I was considering what I have not missed since the Coronavirus showed up and I had to modify certain aspects of my day to day life.
But to be honest I didn’t have to modify it a lot.
In fact there have been a few upsides to this situation:
For example- I get more leg room on the train so that’s a big plus and I don’t have to make chit chat with my fellow commuters because I would rather be reading, but I also know you can get sort of weird if you don’t interact with people. So I put the book down and engage.
Another plus- there isn’t a lot of pushing and shoving out there because of the six foot rule. So that is a change that I really like. I’m going to hate to see that one fall to the side when things get better.
So what did I have to give up that I don’t regret?
Think. Think Think.
Oh here’s one.
The Smelly Dog Park.
My dog’s favorite dog park is smelly. It’s not smelly for the reason you may be thinking.
It’s smelly because people like to smoke their weed and cigarettes’ there and you can smell the exhaust from the cars from the main road.
Its gross I hate it, but Hamish loves it because it used to be a kids playground and he likes to play on the slide.
So BC ( Before Coronavirus ) I would give in and take Hamish there because it made him happy.
But my joy that The Smelly Dog Park is closed is short lived because it will eventually re-open and I will go back to taking Hamish there because he loves it and I’m a sap.
Until then, I’m loving this- just don’t tell Hamish.