Monthly Archives: March 2013

Do Something Wonderful!

Go buy loads of ice cream and chocolate syrup and take it to your local orphange. Just think how happy you will make a lot of kids. Just imagine the smiles and the joy you give to them. Sometimes in the really bad times it’s the little things that we all take for granted that means so much to someone else. Go ahead spread some joy today.

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With Love For You

With Love For You

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Root Beer Anyone?

Mug-of-Root-Beer

Everyone please reblog this post so Biscuit will have a better chance of finding a fabulous FOREVER home.

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Last summer my husband and his coworkers were facing yet ANOTHER long-term (several months time) layoff and the week before the layoff one of his coworkers started telling him about a dog that he was going to have to take to the shelter. They live in Mt. Airy – and I think it goes without saying that my husband reacted to the idea of a dog going to the Surry County Shelter the same way any of us would have. He told his coworker he would take the dog, but only if the dog kennel and dog house were part of the package. After some initial hemming and hawing his coworker agreed.
Mind you, this was arranged without my knowledge or consent. Biscuit is what’s known as a personal foster: Because my husband went out on his own and took responsibility for this dog, without first getting approval from the…

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Don’t Feed Me: Food Allergies In Kids

We have always heard that necessity is the mother of invention. Well Kym Whitley sure proves that to be true in one the most clever ways I have ever seen. Kym designed this T-shirt for her child to wear to day care.

Please share this with anyone whose young child has food allergies.

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Tick Tock

Tick Tock

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Wings

Wings