Wednesday, January 14, 2009
So you all have probably noticed that I enjoy the weird and unusual. I like to post some pretty crazy pictures on my blog. I just received this picture in an email from a friend today and wanted to share it. It is a picture of a sunset at the North Pole. The sun is under the moon. I thought it was pretty cool. Not weird or crazy...just awesomely cool. (I don't know if awesomely is a word, but you get the idea.)
Anyway, not much happening around here today. Just another cold, cold, winter day. It was 4 degrees when I came to work and from my handy dandy Weatherbug on my computer it says that it is now 10.3 degrees in Sparta, MI. Woo-hoo...good thing my girls have jackets to wear now!!! Although I don't believe any of us will be lingering when they have to go outside to pee.
So, you want to know what I am doing this weekend? I am getting together with my stamping buddies. We are celebrating two birthdays. Jenni & Lorrie are both having birthdays this month. Plus we are doing a "princess" challenge. I have seen Lorrie's completed project and it is just frickin' awesome. I am not going to give anything away, but perhaps next week I will post a picture of what she made. So we will be at the Olive Garden at 2 p.m. and from there we will be going over to Lorrie's to stamp. Deb has a project for all of us to do. We will swap our challenges and then have cake. YUM...CAKE!!! I really can't wait because Lorrie adopted an English Pointer named River. I haven't seen him in a while and I understand he is really blossoming. He knows that he has a great home with people that love him. It is a good feeling to love a Pointer. Just ask me...I know that for sure.
I have always loved hunting dogs and that is one of the reasons we adopted Wyatt. He was an German Shorthair Pointer. He was smart as a whip and, oh my, what a character!!! My two English Pointers are smart as whips too. Polly is super smart and has a way of looking right into your mind sometimes. Mabel is just a little lover and a 50# lap dog. She sits on my lap on a nightly basis while I watch Young and the Restless. What can I say. They complete my life. Like I told Steve when I got Polly "I don't know that I can live without a dog." Now that he is gone I am really happy to have my girls. The are so much company to me.
So enough of my ramblings for the day. I am going to sign off now. Have a great day!!!