I started running again yesterday. So out of shape. I made it two miles. And only one of those was running. Although, the other mile was very fast paced. Does that count? My body says it does. Oooooouuuuuuch.
The weekend will include one more run. I'm kicking it off tonight with a pretty strenous hike as soon as The Hubster gets home. Saturday is supposed to bring rain - perfect writing weather! And he's working so I'll have the day to myself. Sunday will be another run at the track. This getting in shape stuff is tough! ;-)
Best. Video. Ever. I think because we do this to Lily all the time. Do you do this to your dog? But also, he's so cute.
I love him. I want him. I NEED him.
For Lily, you see.
A humorous look at moving with two insecure dogs. I couldn't stop laughing. Then I felt bad because this woman had actually lived through this. So had the dogs. But it was funny. Click here.
And because I'm trying not to make this all about animals today...
Is there ANYTHING cuter than the full on baby belly laugh? So geniune and so adorable - especially when it's over something as simple as ripping paper.
NOT funny, but I do love Amy Lee's voice. It's so haunting. I've been listening to this a lot lately while I've been working on rewrites.
I am an Humane Education teacher & writer living in Burbank, California. I left television production almost a decade ago to pursue my passion - animals. Along the way, I snagged myself a super handsome, extremely patient and very supportive husband. We rescued three cats - Ol' One Eye Pip, Eowyn the Snow Leopard and Wednesday the Butt. We also ended up with an American Staffordshire Terrier pup, Lily. I co-founded my own non-profit (Paws and Learn Humane Education Center) and spend three days a week in the schools educating kids about kindess to animals, dog bite prevention, city wildlife, pet overpopulation and responsible pet ownership. I love my job, but I also love to write. I spend my spare time writing and daydreaming. I love the outdoors and enjoy hikes with my hubby, friends and our dogs! Life is what we make of it and I am making the most of mine.