I took a 1/2 day vacation. I spent the time running errands such as pharmacy and the bank. Next I am off to take the dogs to the vet for shots and checkups.
I am now back from taking the dogs to the vet. They both got every shot they could possibly give a dog. Both are checked out to be healthy and happy. Big smiles all around. From there we drove out to the Humane Society and got city licenses for both. Now they are totally legal. I feel good about doing this today.
A little cooler today with a soft rain. So good for the tulips. Driving around today it is amazing to see all the different colored tulip varieties. It is sad they last such a short time.
With hue like that when some great painter dips His pencil in the gloom of earthquake and eclipse. Percy Bysshe Shelley
I've been watching all the news about the Chinese earthquake. That was one hell of quake. I lived in San Francisco for awhile and worried about the big one hitting. I would worry how long a box of crackers and a gallon of water would last while living under my desk. I worked for the library system at Stanford University for awhile and worked for a man who would be one of the persons in charge when the big earthquake does hit. He showed me the plans they have on file awaiting the eventual disaster that he said was way overdo. I hope it never happens. I get nightmares when I watch all the disaster documentaries on PBS tv.
I live in Spokane, WA. I've been married for 24 years and have 2 shihtzu's. I am a Trust Representative at a Third Party Administrator. Politically I am a liberal democrat but always open for discussion and usually always roots for the underdog. I am non religious but believe people have the right to believe in what they want to believe. I love and adore my husband and family, including my two little dogs, proud of my children and enjoy and cherish my friends.