When it comes to life, things can get serious and stressful. That is why I find it imperative to laugh as much as possible on a daily basis! Despite finding myself hilarious, as well as my two children and husband never disappointing in the humor department, there is nothing quite as funny as a coordination mishap or non-injuring life fail! My kids couldn't agree more, which is why we play, "Try not to laugh" ALL. THE. TIME. Included in this game is watching tons and tons of videos of both people and animal fails; and honestly, we would agree in saying that hilarious animal moments and funny pet fails are by and far the most entertaining!
We can all appreciate a photogenic dog. They’re cute and cuddly, and they love unconditionally. Dogs are my favorite creatures in the universe. Not surprisingly, many others feel the same way. Social media has given us a great way to share the cutest pictures of dogs. Instagram is a treasure trove of the cutest dog pictures around. I’ve spent too much of my free time staring at tail wagging, tongue flopping cutie pies. With so many cute photos out there, it’s easy to miss some gems out there. I follow a couple of great accounts who have under 1,000 followers at the time of me writing this. I hope these ones keep growing, and I strongly encourage you check these sweet pups out! Plus, I have a few insta-pups at the end local to Boston that I’ve met; I’ll let you know how lovely they are in person!
What does it take for an entire species to vanish from this world? Does it take horrific mass killings from bloodthirsty hunters? Does it take a major shift in natural climate? Does it take a terrible disease to wipe out millions of creatures?
Between photoshopped bikini pictures and unrealistic expectations for nearly any aspect of life, not all social media influencers have to be toxic. Instead of filling your Instagram feed with unhealthy realities of internet stars, why not switch gears to something that most people can appreciate: dogs.
The weather is getting cooler, the days are getting shorter, and the houses are getting spookier. It's that time of year again, folks: Halloween, and that can only mean one thing: dogs in costumes! Now, I know people have mixed feelings about dressing up dogs, and I know dogs have mixed feelings about being dressed up, but come on! It's just so cute. Here are some of the cutest spooky pups.
My time with Xena has been spent trying to make her as comfortable and as strong as soon as possible. Xena is about half a pound now at almost seven weeks old, and we have realized that she suffers from dwarfism. While her sister is small, small enough to where we considered dwarfism within her as well, she is almost a pound, and much bigger than her sister.
About a year ago, I became a boarder in a house with three cats. It isn't that I actively dislike cats; I am merely indifferent towards them, but I've had to live with the consequences of moving into what used to be Himeji's room— the young girl pictured above.