While my momma was selling her stuff at a vendor fair yesterday she won a door prize and guess what it was??? A PUPCAKE from Daisy's Green Paradise, a place that just makes the most marvelous natural dog treats!!! Here's a picture of the one she brought home:
I'll post a video of all three of us eating it after it finishes uploading on YouTube (momma forgot that she has to post this to my blog first, then sign out of my account and in to hers because that's what YouTube told her she had to do....)
I just found out there's a really cool opportunity going on to tell your adoption or other story and win $50 for the animal charity of your choice. Since my original owner's husband is now working for the Humane Society where Libby and I came from wouldn't it be so awesome if I could win? Heck, even if I don't win maybe I'll talk my humans in to donating anyway. He has such sad stories to tell, like the two pups they were fostering this past weekend that had to be put down because they had Parvo. It makes my humans drip water from their eyes when they talk about all that kind of stuff. Anyway, I'll be posting our stories later this week, but you can click on the pictures over to the right and go read all about it. There's also a thing where we make a list of the pressies we're wanting to give our humans and tell why. Gotta think on that for a bit. Be back later!
My momma has been occupying her time lately with her crafts. Yeah she still plays ball with me almost every day, but she keeps getting out her paper stuff and playing with it. I told her I'd show you one of the cards she made for the Operation Write Home Valentine Blog Hop. That's a group of people who make thousands of greeting cards that are sent to soldiers serving overseas in Iraq and Afghanistan. Then the soldiers can write in them and send back to loved ones and friends. Isn't that the coolest thing ever? Well almost as cool as when they adopted me and Libby and rescued Charlie off the street and got Tucker away from that pet store... okay so it's a nice thing anyway. I know some of you would probably rather just eat the paper, but it makes her happy to make these because she was a soldier once and her daddy was in the Army for over 20 years. You can see more of her cards and also watch a slide show of her daddy on her blog Diary of a Craft Room Transformation. I think that doing all this crafting stuff is helping her get over losing Tucker, so I'll be patient with her and eventually she'll let me get back on the puter and start writing about dog living again.