Around here, we always look forward to the fun fill-ins. This week was no different.
1. I hope _________ gets renewed for another season.
2. My first crush was _________.
3. _________ usually makes me _________.
4. If I were a superhero, I would be _________.
I really had to think on these. Which is good, because my brain needs all the exercise it can get.
1. I hope Trollhunters gets renewed for another season.
(This is an animated show on Netflix, probably aimed more for kids, but I love it. Then again, most of my favorite movies are animated and aimed at kids. Anyway, I loved the first season of this show, which is about a human kid who suddenly finds himself protecting a hidden world of trolls and the like. Actually, now that I think of it, I believe I recently heard that it already is renewed for a second season. Yay! So, here's me already hoping it gets renewed for a third.)
2. My first crush was the neighbor's dog.
(The neighbors by one of my family's first homes had a giant dog. Though I, sadly, have no memories of it, toddler me apparently loved that dog something fierce. One time I even managed to escape the yard during play time, and when my parents began frantically looking for me, they found me cuddling with the giant dog next door. Luckily, the dog and its people were very friendly, and they didn't mind that some toddler had waddled her way over and started dangling from the dog's neck in an attempt to give it a hug.)
3. Dessert usually makes me crave milk.
(I don't know why I chose this answer. But, it is true. Ever since I was a kid, I've always had to eat my desserts with a cold glass of milk. Cookies, brownies, cake, cupcakes, pudding, candy, even my beloved peanut butter. Sweet and rich treats always result in a glass of milk for me. And for Evan. He loves his milk.)
4. If I were a superhero, I would be the Crazy Cat Lady.
(I'm not the biggest fan of most of the superheroes so popular these days. So, I would want to be something new. And since I have no problem being referred to as a crazy cat lady, as I happily am one, I would quite enjoy turning that into superhero status. In case you hadn't guessed already, as the Crazy Cat Lady, I would want the ability to rescue every cat – and dog! – and find them all forever homes. Or, you know, bring them all home to live with me. That would be the life.)
Now, we'll finish off our week of black and white photos with none other than Eddy. I'm sure no one will be surprised to learn that Eddy doesn't sit still any better for black and white photos than she does for those in color. So, what's black and white and blurry all over? Eddy. The answer is definitely Eddy.
Happy Friday, everybuddy!
Our Doodle of the Day:
Our Tip of the Day:How about another tip for keeping your furbabies safe in the yard this Spring? We all know how much our kitties and pups love watching Bird TV out the window. That being said, try to be cautious where you put bird feeders in your yard. Bird feces can be potentially dangerous, as it can contain unhealthy bacteria or other microbes that can lead to illness in dogs and cats, such as if inhaled or sometimes if ingested. Bird feeding areas are heavily trafficked and can therefore be laden with bird feces, so try not to place bird feeders directly beside any entrances to and from the yard, or where your furbaby eats, drinks, or plays outside. What's more, you might not want any hungry furbabies feasting on bird, squirrel, or other wildlife feed, as some components of these diets are less than ideal for a dog or cat. So, perhaps consider placing bird feeders in areas of the yard less visited by your pups or kitties, or even consider putting up barriers of some sort around the bird feeding areas. Bird TV can continue, just with a couple precautions!