We the members of Blogpaws Pet Blogger Influencer Group take part in monthly surveys. The results of the surveys are going to be put into infographics. The first infographic is done and I am sharing it with my followers. Here are the results of our survey.
Pretty interesting, you you fall into any of these categories?
I finally had some time to hang up Gambler & Glory’s certificates and ribbons. Here are the walls in my laundry/dog room.
I put Glory’s AKC show ribbons in a couple of fruit jars and put them by her pencil drawing.
St. Patty’s day is just around the corner, here is the whole picture I have been teasing you with. Check back starting Saturday with my Nothing But Norman post and start seeing a few days of St. Patty day fun.
Last week you may of seen this picture along with this post on facebook.
I believe every person and animal has a purpose on earth. It wasn’t until this morning that I realized MK’s purpose. Her purpose was to come into my life when Norman was ill to have him teach her the ropes about taking his place. She had 5 months to learn and she did a excellent job. MK hasn’t slept with me very often since Norman is gone (she used to sleep next to him) but last night she jumped up on the bed in Normans spot. This morning I had another dream about Norman and what a great dream it was. He was so full of life. I bathed the gang today, when it was Glory’s turn and I was calling for her MK came running into the bathroom for her shower just like it was Norman’s turn. It was then that I realized a part of Norman is in MK and she is taking on some of his roles. Peace.
Since that night MK has been joining the gang at bedtime and coming on the bed with them. She won’t stay all night but she stays for awhile. Thanks MK for making me smile.
Now the rest of the story,
I wrote my gator post so fast that I forgot to tell you all what happened after we got the gators. Many of you left comments on what I did with the meat. The guide took the gators to a butcher from there he skinned them out sent the hides to be tanned and cut up the meat. He froze the meat and sent it back to us. The skins and skulls came later. It cost $300.00 to ship all the meat back to us. It was well worth it. I shared my gator meat with all my friends, I basically cooked it one way. I cut it up into cubes breaded it and deep fried it. It was really tasty. Everyone who ate it was impressed that it tasted so good. The skull I took to the beetle man and his beetles ate the meat off the skull. I have the skull on my shelf and the hide is hanging off my staircase. A great adventure indeed!
Come back tomorrow for FitDog Friday and This Moment~See Beautiful.
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