Unfortunately, Toby couldn't manage to look at the camera. He simply had too good of a view out the window on this unseasonably warm day. Can you really blame him?
Speaking of views, that has a little to do with our positive thought for today's Sparks blog hop, which is hosted by Annie of McGuffy's Reader.
Just as we mentioned last week, we're trying to incorporate our inspiring Sparks sentiments into our daily doodles. So, here's what we have for you to ponder today:
"The best view comes after the hardest climb."
Though we hope none of you have steep hills in life to climb, if you do, we hope the view from up there is beautiful.
A happy and blessed Monday to all!
Our Tip of the Day:
Continuing on with our household safety tips, today is perhaps an obvious one. And that is, to always be careful and cautious with areas such as windows and doors. When it comes to windows, ensure that screens are safe and secure before allowing your furbaby to enjoy the view, and monitor them while they enjoy an open window. An obvious tip for the doors in your house is of course to ensure that your kitty or pup cannot easily escape outside, such as by keeping them in another area of the house when there is foot traffic in and out of the house. Another tip related to doors, though, is to be aware of paws, tails, heads, and their overall location when you open and close any doors in the home. Paws and tails, for example, can be easily injured if a door is shut on them. Also be aware that injuries can occur not only where the door closes, but also in the crack by the hinges, such as if a paw or tail pokes through there when the door is closing. All in all, always try to keep your furbaby safe from the dangers that any entryway might pose, whether it be a window, a door leading outdoors, or even something as simple as a closet door.