I gave blood, yesterday. They put a cotton ball on the wound from the needle stick and wrap your arm in that self-stick bandage stuff. Chunguita noticed the bandaid on my finger from the screening test, and she asked why it was there. She was curious about the boo-boo on my arm, but Pulguito got very upset when he saw all the bandaging on my arm.
He came over to me and with great concern said, “Please, tell me you are going to be okay.”
Dear boy. It’s hard to be 4 and not understand so much, like why on earth anyone would want to give blood.
So my latest t-shirt is almost finished. I don’t have the current picture, with the sleeves and bodice hemmed, but you get a good idea from this. I’m not wild about that flower in the almost center front, but at least it’s not a boob bulls-eye. :flirty:
I haven’t done the closure. That is, it’s pinned shut. I think I’m going to put in snaps, the sew in type, but I’m not sure. I’ll let you know when I decide.
This was sent to me in the e-mail. If anyone knows who owns the pictures/joke, I’d like to give them credit.
THE FOLLOWING ARE IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS FOR EVERY DOG TO KNOW
Instructions for properly hugging a baby.
Dogs, if this is properly done, it will secure you a warm, dry, climate-controlled environment for the rest of your life. Good luck to all of you
1. First, spy a baby.
2. Second, be sure that the object you spied was indeed a baby by employing classic sniffing
techniques. If you smell baby powder and the wonderful aroma of wet diapers this is indeed a baby.
3. Next you will need to flatten the baby before actually beginning the hugging process.
**Note: The added slobber should help in future steps by making the “paw slide” easier.
4. The “paw slide” – Simply slide paws around baby and prepare for possible close-up.
5. Finally, if a camera is present, you will need to execute the difficult and patented
“hug, smile, and lean” so as to achieve the best photo quality.