Barley's Visit

Our friend Barley came to visit again today with his Mom Cathy. We were so happy to see him! 

We went down to the lake for a walk. Of course Mommy wanted a nice photo of the three of us. So we all watched while Cathy tried to get Barley's attention for the pic.

And just like Barley's last visit, Annie was a bit obvious about having a crush on Barley. First she sniffed along side him.

Then she sat next to him as soon as he decided to rest. 
And then we had to say goodbye. What a nice visit.  And how nice that Mommy and Cathy coordinated their outfits! 


Rabbit Day

It's International Rabbit Day. When Annie heard,  she was so excited that there is a day to promote the care and protection of rabbits. Rabbits are Annie's fave toys. So she gathered up all her rabbits and decided we should all be rabbits for the day. But she refused to eat carrots.


Shine a Light

Next Thursday is a very special day, and all of you and your friends can participate! It's #RememberTheRescue on Remember Me Thursday - a day for people around the world to shine a light on orphan pets waiting in shelters and rescues. 
One fab way you could shine a light and also win prizes for your fave pet adoption organization is by posting a pic this week of your adopted pet on the #RememberTheRescue Wall - here is the contest link  
And the most important way to help orphaned pets is by talking, talking, talking and posting posting posting about pet adoption. My meditation mantra is #AdoptDontShop. 
And join me next Thursday in lighting a candle and posting about orphaned pets with the hashtags #RememberTheRescue and #RememberMeThursday.
Actually, another great way to help is by going to your fave local place and adopting and giving an orphaned pet a fabulous home. 
Take it from Annie, Bunnybell and I -- we were all adopted and our Moms and Dad's think we are the best pets ever! 


Rosh Hashanah

Tonight begins the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah. Annie, Bunnybell and I  are celebrating with traditional foods to bring in the New Year. Challah bread, apples, honey and a pomegranate!. 

I know I should have first gone for the apples and honey symbolizing a sweet year ahead, but I love carbs, and I just couldn't resist that giant Challah!

The next thing I know, Annie and Bunnybell are joining me! 
L'Shanah Tovah -( that is Hebrew greeting for Happy New Year i )


Cheeseburger Day

 For Cheeseburger Day Annie, Bunnybell and I decided to go to Smashburger in Del Mar to celebrate.

I ordered us a cheeseburger and Fido burger to split.

 I walked away for a moment to get a drink of water. The next thing I know, Bunnybell ate the whole FidoBurger!!

So I pulled the cheeseburger in the shade and told Annie she can split it with me.  I let Annie have the Cheeseburger.  I preferred to just have the salad.


Playdoh Day

To celebrate Playdoh Day, I though it would be fun to make a Playdoh Pizza ! So I got my Playdoh and tools together and invited Bunnybell and Annie to join me.

 I had to protect my work from Annie cause she kept on wanting to eat it. I kept explaining that it was not real pizza or toppings. But Annie really wanted what she thought was a meatball.
I was finally finished with my beautiful pizza. I even made one pink slice as a way to sign my masterpizza. Bunnybell thought it looked delicious. Annie continued to wonder when we were going to eat it.


Fortune Cookies

Annie knows its Fortune Cookie Day. So she had Dad bring home a bag full. When he left the room, Annie ripped open the bag and started to break the cookies and read the fortunes.
But she didn't like any of the fortunes. She wanted to know where the cookie was that says "Bacon will be in your future."


Patriots Day

On this date, Patriots Day, the 16th anniversary of horrible September 11th, we always think about and honor those that were lost. We also like to recognize all of those that were there to help during and afterward. So every year I read to Annie the book A Tribute to The Dogs of 9/11 by Ron Burns. It is a beautiful tribute book with his paintings and stories about some of the fab hero dogs of 9/11. This book is a must read, especially today.
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