Keep passin' the open windows...
On BlastJoy and pain; Can pets really lower your blood pressure or cause a stroke?
First...I'm realizing it's been WAYY past too long since we talked b/c now i'm missing the sound of your voice! Second...your boys are beautiful! Patience, Grasshopper...Bruce will calm down eventually...enjoy the milestones as they come, as with any of your children. Love & miss you much!!
bad ass little boys.you should have filmed the sanitation worker.
Yo! New York...Thank You. I was feeling a little down this morning when I hopped online, caught your post here and I had to smile at your boyz here. Pets are calming in many ways...Thanks for sharing this brother! Know that all your posts are appreciated and inspiration to somebody in some way man.I'm out-"PA"
They bring so much joy because they are lovable and appreciative, but also cause stress becuase they can be needy and often entitled! It is a double-edged sword, but one thing remains. Dogs will always be loyal. Mine may run and jump when others show up at the house, but when they calm down, they come back and lay at my feet. That's the connection right there. Smile and take it all in.
P.S.-- I really like the subtle changes to the site!
Hands down, they can lower your blood pressure only IF you're a real dog lover. If you put in the work, you'll reap the benefits of a loving, well-behaved dog. If I didn't have my Otis, I not sure how I'd avoid pink bath water. Ha! That's extreme, I know. He and most dogs give me such joy. I can sit around and watch them for hours, giggling and patting the entire time. Your dogs are beautiful, btw. My O is a Schnoodle (Schnauzer and Poodle mix).
That is one fu**n adorable puppy!
Cute doggies, but even cuter undies in that mirror!!!!
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