This is a pink Poodle. I have not named her yet, don't know what name to give her, I am open to suggestions, not giving out any prize for it, but you are more than welcome to suggest names. In fact I think I would appreciate it. Make sure it will be something that I can spell (for when I am not on the computer and need to know how to spell it!!!)
Then this is a Pig. It is in honor of me. Well???? depends on how you look at that. In my previous job remember I was an officer of the law. Some people call us PIGS, or they would say "I smell bacon". You know, junk like that. So I got her for me. Some would say it is also representative of how much I eat now. I am getting to be quite the little porker. Need to go back to working three jobs and get the poundage off. Not goin' happen, but needs to.
This is the cutest little elephant. I am thinking of naming her Ellie (aren't I soooo original?) Or anything else you might want to suggest. Not Horton, although that is really cute now that I think of it. About as original as Ellie. Ok, I will take suggestions.
And then of course we needed a family photo. I am so in love with them. I have not adopted them yet, for you must have their names when you adopt them. So if you are going to make a suggestion you need to do it by this weekend. I will probably adopt all of them by Sunday. But knowing me like I do, I probably won't wait that long and will do it tomorrow.
Just a side note, I had planned on cleaning ONE box out of the garage today. That was the plan the goal. I ended up spending the day with my aunt and uncle, she is recovering from some major female surgery at the age of 70, and then spent the evening getting my hair done. Not ALL evening, but for a good couple hours. So tomorrow, maybe tomorrow I will get one box emptied and thrown away. But it is suppose to storm. Maybe even have tornadoes, that would take care of my problem huh? No, don't say that, be careful what you wish for, I wanted fire wood to burn in the fireplace....got a major ice storm and now I have plenty of firewood, and so does all of Tulsa, Northeast Oklahoma, heck almost the whole state. Be careful, very careful what you wish for, you just might get it.