Filling out puppy adoption papers. Mailing adoption agencies.
Sometimes it’s a little daunting to fill out all these answers and read all these guidelines, but I just remind myself that it’s a good sign: they want to find a good home for the pup, too.
I’m going to have a pug baby or pug-mix baby. I am so excited and have been reading more dog training books than ever (I read quite a few when we got Jean-Luc).
I still don’t know if the dog will be a male or a female, because I’m not really concerned with the sex. If I couldn’t say “no preference,” I listed female as first choice and male as a second. I honestly don’t care though. Just like I don’t care about how the dog looks—I just want it to be healthy and happy.
Tuesday I’m sitting in on a meeting with presidents of engineering and manufacturing companies so that I can play translator for the day.
I should be really excited about this as it marries my two degrees together, but part of me thinks that I should run into the woods and die of exposure before this happens. Too bad it’s not cold enough out. :’(
Ayyyy sexy latte.
GODDAMN NOT AGAIN
Let’s do this.
I will never stop being upset that this is the most notes I’ve ever gotten on a post.
Oh, Hi David Bowie during his Berlin-Era
how´s it goin?
PETER GABRIEL. UNF.
Grace Slick! No complaints here! ^_^
JIm Morrison hallelujah there is a god
Patti Smith - well she is my girl crush so that’s cool.
Adam Turla of Murder by Death. Aww yeah he’s a cutie
The guy from Lifehouse, whose name I dont even know. Yikes.
omg ed sheeran yes please
Diana Ross of the Supremes. As long as it’s 1960s-era Diana.
Brentalfloss! Why are you naked in my bed?
But there’s five of them!
this is like kony all over again. brown kids aren’t allowed anything in this world, not even their own tragedy.
The most devastating effect of this global, naive and emotional rendering of Malala…
Meet Abhigya, vegan for the animals!
Abhigya is the reason for his family becoming vegan. He stood silently one night while his mom was watching a video of tortured animals and cows in slaughter houses, and though he was only 3 years old, it was enough for him to understand what was going on. He vouched never to touch milk again. His parents thought that it was a trick for not drinking milk and started tempting him with chocolates. “Does chocolate have cow’s milk in it?” he would ask. To which his mom and dad replied, “Yes, most of them”. “Then I won’t have chocolates either!” His firm decision was clear and his parents had no choice but to follow his steps. Shy but very confident in his beliefs, Abhigya has been attending school in Bangalore for the past 2 months. He confronted a teacher in a test paper, where he explained: “I don’t like the zoo because animals are tortured and live in cages, I like forests where animals are free.” His answer was enough to get zero marks on the
question and many more scoldings from teachers due to his no-nonsense answers. He’s a very smart and happy child. At 5 and a half years, he reads at the level of a child in 4th grade.