I'm a middle aged, partially brain dead, slightly deaf, completely unconventional mother that worries about her children's future therapy bills. I live on Diet Dr. Pepper and guacamole.
I'm also a complete photo thief. Please don't track me down and shoot me.
Ahh...back in the day when we were young and thin!
I coulda been a Star!
Here's some incentive for me to finish losing that weight! My face recognition with celebrities has some gaaahwwgeous women in it! I put it way down on the bottom here...yes that means you actually have to scroll. I know it's a lotta work, but you'll feel better afterwards. I promise.
They can run the gamut from silly to basic to human to historic. We've heard of dogs named Beethoven to Traf (which is fart spelled backwards...yep, my uncle named his dog that). Thinking back on my personal dog history, which was quite extensive when I was a child, some of them were:
Bud (best dog ever!), Bandit, Bear (another great dog although he had a tendency to bite, hmm..I'll have to blog about him someday!), Josie (yep, I feel a full-fledged dog blog coming on!) Lucky Wesley Minnie Brownie - he's my current dog
Some family dogs were/are: Duke, Mikey, Chappy, Crystal, Queenie, Buster, Chrissie, Megan, Star
Isn't it interesting about dog names? I seem to have some sort of preoccupation with dog names that end in a 'y' type sound. Perhaps I should change my habits and start naming them 'Caesar' or 'Jeeves'.