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Thank You Claire Yang for nominating me for the One Lovely Blog Award. I’m honored to be receiving this award from Claire Yang. I like Claire’s site and think it’s amazing. I suggest you check it out and if you really like it like I did, you can follow her HERE .
- Thank the person who nominated you.
- Share 7 facts about yourself.
- Nominate 15 bloggers and inform them.
7 FACTS ABOUT ME:
- I hate bugs.
- Just finished taking 2 blogging courses.
- I like to read.
- I like flowers
- I like cats and dogs.
- I used to be a Sunday School Teacher.
- I lost my one cat on 9-11-2015.
- I have 2 blogs(CRYSTAL’S PHOTO-BLOGGING SITE and WELCOME TO CRYSTAL’S SITE(ORIGINALLY COUNTRY LIVING) ).
- I have a pet cat.
Ok, so it’s more than 7 facts. Consider Fact 8 and 9 Bonus Facts.
- CRYSTAL’S PHOTO-BLOGGING SITE
- Free Cat Lady – The Freedom of CatLady Life
- I LOVE MY DOGS, TULA & MOCHI
- Smoky Cat and Sally Dog
- The Canadian Cats
- Her Lost Mango
- Cats and Trails and Garden Tales
- No Dog About It Blog
- In Dianes Kitchen
- Dear Anita/ Dear Cassie
Thanks again Claire Yang.
An old cat will not learn how to dance.
good post on dog fighting.
Dog fighting. So incredibly cruel and certainly shows us one of the worst sides of human beings. Here is a definition I found online: Dog fighting is a type of blood sport generally defined as two game dogs against one another in a ring or a pit for the entertainment of the spectators or the gratification of the dogfighters, who are sometimes referred to as dogmen.
Pitbulls (and other dogs) are taken and beaten into becoming angry aggressive dogs. Then they are thrown into a ring with another dog to fight it out. They most certainly are terrified, confused, and in pain. Humans call this entertainment. Animals who are in misery tearing each other apart and this is entertainment. Not only entertainment, but humans make money off of the bets on which dog will “win.” (None of the dogs “win.” This is a lose, lose situation…
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Hi everyone, since Mom is taking a well deserved rest from blogging and only concentrating on her blogging course called Commenting Basics she said it would be OK for me to blog. So I Daisy Mae thought it would be great if I shared a couple of cat quotes and some pictures with you. Above is Sister Tigger before she passed away on 9-11-2015.
Cats choose us; we don’t own them.
A cat can be trusted to purr when she is pleased, which is more than can be said for human beings.
_____William Ralph Inge
Source: Types of bullying
Source: A piece on peace
I named this picture A Pleasant Surprise because my nephew and his family thought the deer ate all his sunflowers. As it turns out, some of those sunflowers still bloomed. He was thrilled because he put a lot of work into planting them.
Below is the result of lots of hard work by this 15-year-old.
Hi everyone, let me introduce myself my name is Daisy Mae and this is a picture of me. The reason why I’m here is because today is a rough day for Mom since it’s been 2 years since my sister, Tigger passed away.
Mom wanted to remember Tigger and this is what she wanted to say: Tigger, you were taken from us 2 years ago today and we miss you everyday. It was a bittersweet day. Bitter because you passed away and sweet because you didn’t have to suffer anymore.
Before you passed away, you were agile so you played, jumped up on things, layed on our laps and was always under our feet. You were such a loving kitty cat despite your kittyhood. We got you as an adult and I’m glad we did. we rescued you out of a bad situation and we loved you very much. I’m so glad you finally came to make nice with Dad.
Below is a picture of my sister, Tigger.
Tigger, like Mom we miss you a lot and had fun playing with you. You have left paw prints on our hearts.
Thanks Tigger for being such a sweet kitty cat.
*Tigger’s Picture Is in The Featured Image and Daisy Mae’s Picture Is The Insert On The Left*.
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