This week, our hosts yet again came up with some great fill-ins for us to, well, fill in. Here they are:
1. The last movie I saw at the theater was _________.
2. The title of my autobiography would be _________.
3. I would love to learn _________.
4. I am glad that I learned _________, because _________.
Aren't those great? I hope my answers are even a fraction as great as this source material. I'll let you all be the judges of that, though, so here you go:
1. The last movie I saw at the theater was Don't Breathe.
(I saw this horror film just about 2 weeks ago. What can I say? I love me a scary movie. This weekend I'll be going to see The Magnificent Seven, and being a fan of Westerns, I'm really looking forward to it. Although generally a homebody who is perfectly content spending an evening watching movies at home with my furbabies, I also quite enjoy watching movies at the theater. Of course, this may or may not be in part due to the fact that I tend to equate theater time with stuffing my face full of candy while I stare up at the big screen.)
2. The title of my autobiography would be I'll Be in My Bubble.
(My mom and I more or less have this running joke in which, when we need some quiet time away from the craziness of life, we say that we're going back to our bubbles. We all have a personal bubble like that, right? To be honest, despite the fact that I have a daily habit of exploiting my furbabies on this very blog and have even gotten more comfortable opening up about myself, I am generally a very private person. While I can manage well enough out in public to survive, I will always happily be an introvert, enjoying downtime at home with my furbabies more than anything else. I quite like my little bubble, and I am content to stay inside it. That being said, I have a feeling that I'll Be in My Bubble would be a painfully boring read.)
3. I would love to learn how to play the violin.
(I love the beautiful music a violin can produce. And cellos, too. I learned to play the piano as a child, but if I could go back to my childhood, I would also beg my parents for violin and/or cello lessons.)
4. I am glad that I learned how to cook and bake from my mom, because she knows all the tricks.
(When I was younger, my mom would pick nights where she'd have me help make supper. She would even let me pick what I was making, and then she'd help me and give me tips along the way. Even as I got older and started cooking on my own, I'd always ask her if I wasn't certain of the best way to make something. And I still ask her for tips to this day. From pasta, to hamburger, to chicken, to vegetables, to all sorts of baked goods and other foods, I've gotten a lot of lessons and pointers from my mom, and now I love to cook and bake and even experiment with a variety of dishes. I also have tons of my mom's recipes.)
Now, it's time for your weekly Eddy fix! I chased this active girl around with the camera all week. Between bouncing off walls and hanging from window screens, she was having a lot of trouble sitting still. Yesterday morning, though, I caught her resting in one of her favorite spots on my bed. I grabbed the camera as quietly as I could, and she actually stayed put while I prepared it. But, I forgot to loop the neck strap up over my head, which meant it was left dangling, which meant all I ultimately got were pictures like this:
Well, do we at least get an A for effort on that photo shoot?
We want to wish all of our furiends a happy Friday!
***Our Tip of the Day:
For the safety of your furbabies, remember to never leave any strings or cords dangling at your home. Strings for curtains and blinds can be a serious danger if your furbaby hooks them around their neck, or even around a leg. Some furbabies even try to chew on or consume such strings, which can result in a choking hazard or potential damage to the throat or intestines. And of course exposed electrical cords are hazardous for a number of reasons, such as if hooked around a furbaby's neck or leg, or of course if chewed on. Even consider how you leave things like handles to purses or other bags. Our furbabies can get themselves into trouble even during simple playtime, so always be sure to leave things like strings and cords tucked away or otherwise safe and secured.