Email a copy of 'Why you should always dress up a little & tons of books deals' to a friend

* Required Field






Separate multiple entries with a comma. Maximum 5 entries.



Separate multiple entries with a comma. Maximum 5 entries.


E-Mail Image Verification

Loading ... Loading ...

8 Responses

  1. Joanne Kocourek

    I love this post. Given we have three dogs and the youngest is a Yellow Lab/Great Dane with boundless energy who loves to sniff the ground and take me (or hubby) on a journey, I can completely picture this!

       2 likes

  2. KAREN TOOLE

    OMG. Having a dog and always home I sooooo get it about dressing down and going out saying ah heck no one will see me. I went to a local food store and I’m checking out and I hear, loudly, Dr. Toole, Dr.T, Dr. T and As this is going on I’m trying desperately to ignore what’s going on. Just as I gt to the cashier, he shows up and says , i was calling you, I had a question about out assignment. And then, you sure do look different out of class. So I truly empathize with you Amy, But also will look for you the next update.

       0 likes

    • Dr Karen Toole

      OMG. Having a dog and always home I sooooo get it about dressing down and going out saying ah heck no one will see me. I went to a local food store and I’m checking out and I hear, loudly, Dr. Toole, Dr.T, Dr. T and As this is going on I’m trying desperately to ignore what’s going on. Just as I gt to the cashier, he shows up and says , i was calling you, I had a question about out assignment. And then, you sure do look different out of class. So I truly empathize with you Amy, But also will look for you the next update.
      Add your Twitter: KAREN

         0 likes

  3. Judy Harding

    I had a similar experience. I was babysitting my “grandchildren” while my daughter was on vacation. So, in my ignorance, I take three dogs (relatively small) with leashes and two black cats without leashes (they were not invited to attend the walk) on the grand tour of the neighborhood. I was in the middle of looking my worst including hair, clothing etc and we stopped to attend to business, All three dogs are attempting to discover separate distant countries, I am trying to pick up said business with the cats gleefully romping thru the whole expedition when Tiny decides that the poop bag is terrifying and starts to back up which led to her slipping the harness. I then had a dilemma of epic size, We were just off a busy street. To my knowledge I was not filmed trying to corral Tiny while dragging Archie and Ollie all the while trying to stop the cats from entangling everyone but that was pretty much the best thing I can say about the adventure. As hilarious as I am sure I was I managed to make it home with all five grandchildren intact. I made changes to the neighborhood tours after that. Your tale did make me feel slightly better.

       0 likes

  4. Janet Graham

    That’s why I have a yard……..
    Living the Double Wide Dream in Colorado!

       0 likes

    • Amy Vansant

      I have a yard – we just made the mistake of walking him and now he hold it waiting for the joy of the walk poop!

         0 likes