I admit it. This is a commercial. But it is sooooo funny! If you’ve ever posted anything on facebook, twitter, or a blog hoping for someone to notice, you will LOVE this. Take a look. It’s less than a minute long.
Only recently was I able to feel the joy that guy felt, but it took posting a selfie from the Fiesta Bowl to reach that milestone of 100 Likes or Comments. So, now I know how to do it and what my friends like best—The Arizona Wildcats!
|The 2015 Fiesta Bowl
in Glendale, Arizona
|HELP ME !
(That is not me. I would never wear those gloves with those boots.)
After a long day of hiking, gardening and six hours of writing, all I wanted was to put my feet up, relax, and have a snack. But instead, I had a close up and personal experience with the thing in the photo below.
I am not bragging, just sharing. For me, odd or strange things show up when I’m home alone. Never when the house is full of people and at least one or two dogs are romping around. That was the case when I came face to face with the thing. And it was real!
|It stuck around long enough for me to snap a photo.
Proof that it existed.
Sometimes, it is not an advantage to have better than average hearing or a sense of smell that a dog would envy because then you hear things–what was that? The gate opening? An owl landing on the window ledge? And you smell things–“honey, I smell smoke” or “I think there is a bull out back.”
Having an overactive imagination can be equally as troublesome as elevated and keen senses, especially when home alone.
How would you react if you came face to face with the thing?
Where do you think it came from?
What in the world is it?
Have a wonderful week.
See you next time.
|Holiday centerpiece with red carnations.|
|Charlie the red-speckled cattle dog|