This challenge is hosted by our furiends over at 15andmeowing and McGuffy's Reader. This week, they came up with the following phrases for us to fill in:
- Everyone should read _________.
- My first _________ was a _________.
- My favorite time of day is _________, because _________.
- I think dreams _________.
- Everyone should read whatever makes them happy. (I am a huge advocate of reading. It doesn't matter what you read, so long as you read!)
- My first home was a trailer. (Neither of my parents grew up in a wealthy family, and neither did I, but we were never wanting. This is something of which I have never felt ashamed to admit.)
- My favorite time of day is early morning, because that is when the world is quiet. (I love getting up first thing in the morning, when the rest of the neighborhood is still asleep and all you can hear outside are the birds singing. It's such a peaceful time of day.)
- I think dreams can come true. (No, I do not work for Disney. I do, however, think that with a little hard work and perseverance, dreams can be fulfilled.)
And now, for the rest of this post, I figured I would feature my active girl Eddy. The poor girl hardly ever gets a post of her own. Those of you who follow our blog regularly know that Eddy is not the easiest furbaby to photograph. She's always on the go, never ready to sit still for a photo shoot. So, I've decided that in order ensure that she gets her fair share of blog time, I'm simply going to start regularly posting some of her photo attempts, even the ones that aren't so great.
That being said, here are some of Eddy's most recent photo attempts:
Up close and personal.
Eddy is great at the look-away-at-the-last-second pose.
Sniffing the blinds is so much more fun than looking at the camera.
Really, Eddy is a pro at looking away at the last second.
Wishing all of our furiends a wonderful Friday!
Our Tip of the Day:
Have you ever watched a kitten or puppy sleep and witnessed what looks like twitching in their legs and body, almost as if they're walking or running in their sleep? If you do see this, don't be alarmed. What's more, it might even be best that you not wake them. This is because when kittens and puppies twitch in their sleep like this, it is actually one way in which they and their body are learning motor skills and building muscle. In other words, their bodies are being conditioned and prepared for adulthood even while they sleep. This also goes for human babies, and babies of many species. So, let those babies
live sleep and learn!