I have two Golden Retrievers, Sunny and Cali, adopted from a local shelter, and a cat, Cinnamon, who is a ginger.
Huh. Our’s is scratchy. At least my cat and 2 goldens won’t shed over it, I guess.
In our household, treats are both snacks and bribes. I’ve seen a video of a pup (forgot her name) who can communicate with her owner with a few basic buttons, one of which is “treat”. But oh, no! The treat button does not work anymore! What will she do? Have no treats?! Unacceptable!!!
I feel like nowadays, “I’m not like other girls” is toxic. So what if you like girly, frilly things? Does that make you any less smart, talented, or unique? One of the reasons I like Legally Blonde so much.
I remember that SNL skit of the parody of winter clothing ads. Cute sweaters with itchy tags and scratchy wool they’ll never wear again!
I believe it’s actually because as toddlers and young children they are testing their limits. Training their brain to be able to tell what they can and cannot do. But also I watched the TED Talk on if human athletes really are getting better, and now I’m in a rabbit hole. I shall see you in 2 hours.
Been loving all the Nancy Sinatra references. And now the song is once more stuck in my head.
See, Ma, someone who gets it! :) They’re mostly Cinderella stories, rags-to-riches. Not to say that it won’t happen IRL, but…
One might get papercuts. And what if, whilst swimming, you accidentally ripped a few?