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Poem Friday on Saturday – Love at First Sight

 

 

 Love at First Sight

 

We actually went looking for a cat

Came home with this ball of fluff, how about that

 

My Mum was in need of a furry mate

Cat or dog that was the debate

 

Off to the pet shop we all went

Next to the cat cage was this puppy so heaven-sent

 

The decision was then made

Home she came with us once we paid

 

Charlie was the name we decided

Probably not the best name provided

 

As Mum always called her a he

Even though Charlie was a she

 

Anyway Charlie gave my Mum so much pleasure

So smart, so lovable, a heart stealing treasure

 

There was not a soul who did not fall in love with that dog I believe

So special to my Mum, a lot of love Charlie did receive 

 

But Alas Charlie is not with us any more

An accident ended Charlies life, Charlie who we love and adore

 

These things happen and  it causes great pain

But time they say does heal and the hurt does wane

 

We will miss her that is for sure

A love of a pet is so unconditional, so pure

 

That ball of fluff so beautiful, was so bright

Loved her to bits, for me,  It was Love at First Sight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Do You Have Nomophobia?

Nomophobia means ‘Love of your Phone’

An increasing number of us are coming to realize that our relationships with our phones are not exactly what a couples therapist would describe as “healthy.”

  1. The time you spend on your phone is time you’re not spending doing other pleasurable things, like hanging out with a friend or pursuing a hobby. Instead of thinking of it as “spending less time on your phone,” think of it as “spending more time on your life.”
  2. What’s your posture like? How’s your breathing? Is whatever you’re doing on your phone making you feel good?
  3. Leave your phone at home while you go for a walk. Stare out of a window during your commute instead of checking your email. Pay attention to your craving. What does it feel like in your body?
  4. When you see someone pull out their phone on the street or an elevator does it make you want to check yours. Use that as a cue to take a deep breath and refrain from checking yours
  5. This is your life. How much of it do you want to spend on your phone?

A subject dear to my heart. I find it so frustrating when the use of phones interfere with the presence of your precious children, a friend, relation anyone that would like your attention. To me personally using your phone in the presence of any one shows that their importance to you is Zero. Another thing which I need to pull myself up about is texting instead of phoning when communicating with friends. Anyway I thought this book looked interesting and found a video that explains very well the diagnosis of those who have anxiety when not near their phone.

Being present whether walking the dog, or visiting or just in the presence of your family is very important.

 

 

 

 

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Dog Loves To Be Vacuumed

This video is a couple of years old and you may have seen it but its my first time. LMAO. Kinda cute.

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I Think Its Called Passing The Buck

Smart dog

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Beware Of The Dog😀

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January 17, 2018 · 11:21 AM

Advice to Dog Owners

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December 14, 2017 · 4:47 PM

Did You Know – 12/13/2017

 

  1. In 1904 a magazine advertisement, ran by the Cooper Underwear Company, started advertising the T-shirt not as an underwear item, but as a regular piece of clothing. The ad showed a masculine guy wearing the product, which had the following tag line: “no safety pins, no buttons, no needle, no thread”. The purpose of the ad was to show the clothing item in a new light. The company wanted to re-brand the product and to market it as a comfortable piece of clothing that doesn’t require the replacement of any buttons. The T-shirt was, thus, marketed to bachelors, who had no women around to sew back the ripped buttons on their shirts.

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2.   Eating cheese in moderation is linked to a lower chance of developing heart disease or having a stroke

3.  A one dog year is not equal to 7 human years. Dogs don’t age parallel to people, they actually age more quickly at first, then slow down. Depending on their size and breed, a 1-year-old dog is about the same as a 15-year-old person a 2-year-old dog is like a 24-year-old person and every year after that is equal to about 4-6 human years

 

4. There is a wrapping paper set that lets you wrap a stack of presents so they look like a cheeseburger.You can purchase the sets on http://www.giftcouture.comhttp://www.giftcouture.com/product/cheeseburger-wrapping-paper

 

5. As of the third quarter of 2017, Facebook had 2.07 billion monthly active users. In the third quarter of 2012, the number of active Facebook users had surpassed 1 billion, making it the first social network ever to do so. Active users are those which have logged in to Facebook during the last 30 days.

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