When testing out my new phone's camera the other day, I took this series of photos of Astrid:
Can you believe all of those are indeed different photos, and not just an image put on repeat? When looking out the window, Astrid turns into a statue. That makes her poses so varied and adventurous. Except, I'm lying.
Even if Astrid's pose didn't change a whole lot during her photo shoot, that doesn't change the fact that modeling is a tiring business. In the middle of her photo shoot, an exhausted Astrid simply needed a nap. After all, her eyelids were like lead.
Happy Wednesday, friends!
Doodle of the Day:
Oh, look, another summery doodle with wishful Halloween thinking. I don't know if all of my August doodles are going to give away my desire for autumn. If they do and that's not your cup of tea, my apologies. I've learned that I simply need to doodle what my brain and heart desire, and right now that's a hint of Halloween.
Did you know?Did you know that pumpkin seeds can potentially help rid the digestive tract of parasites like tapeworms? This is because the seeds of foods like pumpkins contain cucurbitin, which is an amino acid that can cause degeneration and paralysis of certain parasites. Pumpkin seeds can be eaten by dogs and cats, but be careful of additives such as salt, and it also never hurts to take precautions against choking hazards that could result from the size and shape of the seeds. One thing you can try is roasting and grinding up plain pumpkin seeds. All of this being said, if you have any concerns that your kitty or pup has parasites, never hesitate to discuss the issue with a veterinarian. Pumpkin seeds and other at-home treatments are never a guarantee.