Dogs are like people, they have likes and dislikes. I thought it would be important to emphasize the five things dogs hate the most. This way new dog owners have a leg up with their next family pet. I’ve included photos so there is no confusion.
1. Dogs hate comfortable beds.
2. Dogs hate being close to people and especially don’t like napping on them.
3. Dogs hate peanut butter, so never let them lick the lid.
4. Dog hate fruits and vegetables, and run the other way when you have a carrot.
5. Dogs hate exercise, mostly walks and fetch, anything adventurous. So make sure never to take them anywhere they can do these things.
Thank you for stopping by, I hope you learned something new about what dogs hate.
I started reading Sycamore Row by John Grisham in March. I’m still only 1/2 way done. (And it’s a good book!). My writer friends are always posting about books they are reading, and I am thinking when do you have time to read?!?
I do make attempts to read but they always go south.
If I sit down to read 88% of the time I fall asleep within the first 3 pages, even with the best books.
If I am reading my mind wanders to my TO DO LIST.
If I am reading I think about each sentence and scene and what I like or don’t like about it as a writer, reading each paragraph until I give up in actually moving to the next page.
If I sit down to read I notice my hands and that they
A. need new nail polish
B. need lotion
C. need cuticle care
D. notice more freckles which leads to thinking about aging and before I know it I’ve read to 2 pages but didn’t comprehend any of it.
On the counter next to your salt and pepper shaker… is the peanut butter jar.
You make decisions on going out or having people over based on your dog’s schedule.
You only do yard work to please the dog.
The dog is fed meals before you even start cooking your own.
***This is the last blog post until the new year. I hope y’all will visit me again in 2014!! I thank each of you for your comments, likes, and shares in 2013 and wish you all a wonderful Christmas and New Year’s Eve. See you in 2014:)
This year will be my very first attempt at cooking THE BIRD. I have made the traditional side dishes for many years, but never THE BIRD. And because I am 110% against shopping of any kind on Thanksgiving (gas stations, grocery stores, malls, etc) I have three options.
1. Double, triple check to make sure I have everything before midnight Wednesday.
2. Simply…don’t mess up THE BIRD!
3. Have back-up dinner just in case. (boxed Mac & Cheese)