Thursday, September 17, 2009

Things I've Learned Thursday

Is it Thursday already?

Things I've Learned.....

1) Flaming Hot Cheetos have got to be the leading cause of hyperactivity and red dye syndrome. (Not to mention that they load it with MSG just so you can crave more.)

2) After all these years, I still don't like my food to touch.

3) Day old coffee tastes like the inside of a tanker truck, yet, Boo drinks it every morning.

4) My pitbull Humble and Sam, the shih tzu have a big brother, little brother relationship. They truly love one another.

(Sam is licking Humble, an every morning routine.)

5)Walking into a hardware store is like walking into a waiting room full of guys waiting for testosterone shots. As much as I love browsing in the gardening section, I just can't see the joy of looking at drill bits for long periods of time.

6) No matter how old my daughters are, they will always be my babies.

7) Telling birth stories to Married Boo on her birthday was probably the best birth control measure ever! I think after I told her the "real" story...none of the painted over ones, she decided that she and her husband would wait for quite awhile before having their first.

8) Boo loves Monster Quest...Big Foot stories and Sasquatch...if I ever encountered one, I'd probably give him half of a sandwich and ask if he wanted a drink of water. Why run? If he's that big, don't you think he can outrun you? That also shows the movies that I watched as a kid...Godzilla and Gargantuan.

9)Is it just me or is our healthcare going to the dogs?


10)A smile can change a whole lot of things!

What have you learned today?

17 comments:

blueviolet said...

You'd have to have a pretty big plate to keep your food separate. Things like casseroles, stews, and soups are tricking you into mixing your food then!

Sheryl said...

I have a shih tuz and a black lab/border collie mix, they too have a brotherly relationship.

Heart2Heart said...

Love the health care picture! That is classic and brought a much needed smile to my face among the loads of laundry I am doing while blogging.

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

Nezzy said...

Gotta' love your Thursdays. I looks like Humble is trying to resuscitate Sam in the pic.

Have a relaxing evening, God bless!!!

Veronica Lee said...

I'm so with you on #5! Another great list, Simone.

Joanna Jenkins said...

VERY cute dogs!!!! And I agree with you on the healthcare issue. We realllly need to turn it around.
xo

sherry ♥ lee said...

And I really thought my husband was the only person on earth who didn't like his food to touch! Dang!! :)

Fragrant Liar said...

I learned you can be afraid of something you really want and then risk losing it.

JennyMac said...

I cracked up at that sweet picture! I love dogs.

And I also don't want my food to touch. Started in 3rd grade and never ended. LOL.

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

Princess Nagger is showing signs of not wanting her food to touch, either...

Day old coffee? Boo is very brave... ;)

We had a St. Bernard and a cockapoo growing up - it was hilarious to see the cockapoo chasing the St. Bernard around the backyard...they were best buds. Love the picture of your doggies!

Buckeroomama said...

"Why run? If he's that big, don't you think he can outrun you? "

LOL -- If I have the presence of mind to think that when confronted with something that big...

Jill said...

love the last picture! Have a great weekend!

Frau said...

Great lessons learned....love your dogs they don't come any cuter! Have a great weekend!

Rona's Home Page said...

I love the doggie pictures especially the doctor. Very cute and it put a smile on my face!
Thanks.

Rona's Home Page said...

I just showed my husband the "doctor" photo and he laughed too.

Anita said...

Today, during my horseback riding lessons, I rode Charles Henry. I usually ride Echo. It was a little frustrating learning Charles, but before the lesson was over, I was cantering (the horse is slowly running). I learned to concentrate and be patient(for the zillionth time) today. By doing so, the end results were good. That could be a metaphor for other things in life.

Tooj said...

I learned that your dog is precious. I think I might want one.

No, no...I really don't. But dang, that pooch is cute.

 

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