I taught Kasia to smile when she was a puppy - lol All I had to do was say --- Show me your teeth - lol and this is what she did ! One time at the Vets office - Doc said he would like to look at her teeth - I said no problem - and I said - here I can do it for you , I gave her the comand and he laughed and laughed
Oh, I LOVE IT!
My boy Ninja smiled like that, too. I taught him how, as well, but never another, because a person unfamiliar with him, or Dobes in general, did not react well to that show of teeth, and he smiled at everyone he thought might not like him. Smiling got him "good boys" and treats from me, so he thought everyone would do the same. (It WAS kind of funny.) Oh, once we had some friends over for dinner, and Ninny came up and sat in front of the husband and smiled, hoping for a small treat, I guess. The guy got this deer-in-the-headlights look on his face and SET HIS PLATE ON THE FLOOR for Ninja!
I said, "What the HELL??" and he told me he thought Ninny was gonna bite him, ROFL!
OK, a survey, folks.
What internet browsers do you use?
Sorta like my daughter told me the other day. (she's back in school and had to take Calculus for her new degree) She found some kind of involved way to solve a particular problem and the teacher told her "Well, your answer is right, but you really didn't have to put all of that extra stuff in it." I guess she had gotten halfway to the solution and then ran around in circles for a while in her figuring before finally completing the work. If she had left out the circles she would have gotten to the answer a lot sooner.
I never omit circles.
I'm the same way. It's a hard way to live, always doing things the long way, which also usually turns out to be the hard way.
Just coffee - but donuts or a bagel would be great! Maybe have to drive to Krispy Kreme and see if their Hot sign is on!
I accidentally discovered a really good thing one day, and to me, it tastes almost exactly like a chocolate frosted doughnut (my favorite). Take a piece of toast, put lots of butter on it, then a layer of cinnamon sugar, then carefully place a boatload of semi-sweet chocolate chips on the surface. If you're not quick, it'll get cold, so 10 seconds in the microwave will heat it back up and soften the chocolate chips a bit. Then EAT.
Oh been meaning to ask you folks out there...my hands are getting dry from all this working stuff.
What do you use to keep your hands soft and pretty......without your hands feeling oily...............
I make my own and will never buy hand cream or lotion from a store again.
I watched an "old" movie this morning that I'd never seen before, for some odd reason. Rooster Cogburn (John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn). I found myself getting all choked up and had to figure out why, and it finally came to me, I MISS CHIVALRY! Even though Katherine is a crusty old broad (very much like me, actually) who can take care of herself, John Wayne was a real man, and felt it was his duty to protect her and look out for her. Today's culture seems bent on emasculating men and you just don't see that kind of attitude much anymore. Anyway, it made me feel sad for the loss of chivalry.
Hmmm... pretty deep for so early in the morning, isn't it?
Oh, and I finally got to see pictures of Toad! What a beautiful boy! I lost a half hour on that page, looking at all the beautiful dogs and reading their stories, brief though they were.