Sometimes the adventures we plan for don’t turn out the way we think they will. And other adventures popup and challenge us when we weren’t expecting them. Adventure can come in many forms and doesn’t have to be a Greek epic of adventure, sailing the seas to battle. It can be as simple as a trip to the grocery store.
Adventure is about perspective.
What have you done to be adventurous lately?
There’s a war being raged in homes across the country, nay, across the world.
Pets are trying to function in a world built for and by humans! And sometimes they lose.
For us humans, it makes for some pretty comical situations that I’m sure terrorize some dogs and cats. Couches seem to be the biggest culprit.
I urge you to take a look at some of the documentation of the crimes committed by furniture on our four-legged friends gathered by Bored Panda. Try not to laugh too hard, okay?
You might have noticed that I don’t have the normal blogger obsession with coffee. Most other bloggers seem to talk about coffee an inordinate amount, if you really investigate their writing for a caffeine addiction. They need their coffee to survive. Hook them up to a coffee IV and they’d probably be happy. Make it Starbucks and you’d be a saint.
I, on the other hand, enjoy a cup every now and again but I can’t drink it too often without feeling terrible. I tend to stick to a more fruity, caffeine-free teas and drink it by the gallons throughout the day. But why would I give up that tasty, nutty drink we all love so much? Read More
There are a number of good reasons why I think dogs are amazing creatures. One of them is that they’re loving. They don’t care if you’re not a particularly good person—they love you with all their hearts and souls. They always expect the best of people and ask for it daily. To them, the best is being told they are loved and valued with scratches, walks, playtime, and food.