After surveying my kitchen for the umpteenth time, I have decided to add a new feature to my blog called "What my dog ate today". We have two dogs, and we live in a 120-year old house (The debate continues to rage with me and the wife as to whether the house is "historic" or simply "old." I contend that nothing of historical importance occurred here so the house is simply old. She seems to think that the mere fact that it is old makes it historical. Maybe she's right, but I don't think so.)
We are expecting a child in April and a kitchen/bathroom/sunroom remodel is scheduled for February. We generally lock the dogs in the sunroom during the day while we are at work, though when we are home we let them roam in the kitchen while we do chores around the house. More often than not, when we get home something has been destroyed. Sometimes its hard to tell which dog committed the offense, though not always. This new feature will highlight the things that they have destroyed pictorially along with the appropriate commentary.
The alleged criminals:
Here is the first installment of the things that I have remembered to photograph:
The bag of shoes for Goodwill:
In case you can't see it, there are three different shoes, plastic bag, and a torn up sheet.
There are lots more things. I just need to commit to photographing them to share them with the world.
Other news: Firefox has an awesome add on called ScribeFire that opens a window to blog in while you are reading an article on line. Cool stuff. Check it out.
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