Today was a rough day as far as fatigue goes. It's obvious to those around me that I'm not running on 100% fuel. I'm tired of being 'sick' so when asked how I am, my answer is GREAT! Of course, it takes a lot of physical strength to even sound excited in my answer. But it's worth the smiles. By the time I got to the dogpark everyone was feeling my pain. Some of my dogwalker-buddies offered to pick up poo and help discipline my dogs. I just love how we all support each other.
I crashed as soon as I got home.
The good thing about moving slowly is I had plenty of time to
take some pictures. I figured, while I'm resting, I might as well put
myself to good use. I just didn't have the energy or the wherewithal
to get the 'perfect shot'. So, these will have to do.
As you can see by the pictures of the Pet Divider, I was really out of
it this morning. How crooked does that look to you? It's driving me
crazy to even post the pictures. But it did keep the dogs away from my
chicken in the front seat! The one dog who always finds a way to the
front, never even attempted to get through. And she was in the car the
longest. I was less stressed because of that little peace of mind, all
Now for the bejeweled rear view mirror.
The dragonfly was a birthday
gift from Cheryl and Jennifer. It's gorgeous. The colors are subtle - and depending
on the light and the sun, it glitters and sparkles all over the dash.
It's beautiful on its own. But when I saw this peace sign the other
day, I couldn't pass it up. During the day, it compliments the
dragonfly. It too is subtle.
[bring on the cheese]
When lit, it's a whole different story! I haven't driven at night yet
[thanks to my mono-life] so I can only imagine how distracting it might
be. But I love it! Perfect for the PeaceMobile.