What a coincidence. We love dogs too. We have three at home - Buddy is a male Lab, Odie, a male English Cocker Spaniel and Melody a female from a Lab mum and a Schnauzer dad.Melody is still a puppy of 4 months and was given to us by a neighbor who's dog had an 'accidental' pregnancy. Lol!! She's simply adorable.BTW I hate cats too! And their smell. But I love your blog and I need to get your permission to link you, if it's okay?
eeeeeeep!TOO CUTE!!!And the kitchen's beautifully designed, Mummy. You're such an all-rounder!
ur dog is cute!and i love ur kitchen!! can see it's spacious.. hope i can have 1 similar to that in future!
bento;yi;meatball: hello!!!actually tt's a new neighbour's beagle, Simba. we had a Western Aus terrier, Kimber, n when she got lost 4 years ago, we just grieved so much i decided i don't want any replacemt. but lately i love--bento!--Schnauzers!(c my Jap post) the more 'old man' n greyer the better! i'm just too vain to get one , u know what they say about owners looking like their dogs. Like i said Yi, u can design things on the cheap. i've used chinese floor tiles for the counter n backsplash!next time Alan visits, tell him to drive u to tt place n get me more of d torquoise mugs.we'll have lots of baggage space in Dec.of course u can link me!
bento:i'm curious--how does Melody look like??
So nice I waaaaaaaan! Such a little cutie :)
I've uploaded Melody's picture on my site. Don't expect her to be the 'regular' Schnauzer, but she loves people. Ever ready for a lick or a pat. Always the first to greet us in the morning or anytime we get back.Especially close to my youngest daughter.
shan :D and he smelt good too! U did get my pics?Bento: tq!she's so adorable!
Yes I got your photos. Thanks again!
*take a deep breath*ok. i've been lobbying about this disease for sometime now and i'm not trying to freak anyone out here BUT.most cats have this disgusting human behavior changing parasite that has already infected 1/3 of the worlds population including 88% of the people in france.it causes toxoplasmosisit can be passed from mother to fetus and its pretty much unremovable in the brain (although there is some treatment available).studies show that it might alter HUMAN behaviour > "The study suggests that male carriers have lower IQs, a tendency to achieve a lower level of education and have shorter attention spans, a greater likelihood of breaking rules and taking risks, and are more independent, anti-social, suspicious, jealous and morose. It also suggests that these men are deemed less attractive to women. Women carriers are suggested to be more outgoing, friendly, more promiscuous, and are considered more attractive to men compared with non-infected controls."and more SUSPECTED effects in humans.
i apologize for my lack of manners. i forgot to say "madam".
shan: u're welcome. hope u're feeling better dear.ronnie: The return of Ronnie! i was just telling Yi i miss u! how was London? seems toxoplasmosis has a better effect on females than males (other than the promiscuous behavior). i dunno--d 1st five char. seem to pervade most male homo sapiens so is toxoplasmosis d reason for d high rate of male criminals n lower male enrolment in uni worldwide?? um, i hope u haven't had contact with dangerous felines recently.
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