Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Tiptoe Through the Tulips - Josie's Wise Springtime Musings

If the water feature is on, then it is that warm part of the year. You may now wear white, flip-flops and there is more bird poop on the sidewalks to lick. 


Life is too short to sit and let it pass you by. Especially when that little kid over there just dropped his bag of Cheerios.


When in doubt, take a 'delfie' with your dog. The memory will last longer and it gives me an opportunity to smell your mouth. That was a chocolate chip scone. I know.


When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! If the foolish library does not allow dogs, their loss! Instead of a book, partake in the latest stick or several dozen trips up and down the front steps. This is more fun than 'War and Peace' any day.


Do not think yourself beneath cultural and educational community outreach programs. (Well, technically, if you're 12" tall, you ARE usually beneath them, but you know what I mean). Get out there and take advantage of what your hometown has to offer. Like chewed gum! So much smooshed gum!


Be SURE, to stop and smell the roses. Unless they are tulips. You can stop by those too...


And you can also stop by Hyacinths, but that's just getting a little boring...


And lastly, never underestimate the power of 'faking' when trying to win over and influence others. They can't expect you to walk all the way back home on your OWN four feet can they!?


Now get out there and enjoy this BEAUTIFUL DAY!
xoxoxoxo,
Josie

4 comments :

LoriD said...

Very cute!

Lauren said...

Thank you Lori!!!!

Josie and I had fun. :D

xo

Cherie Henderson said...

I loved this! So fun. What kind of dog is that? What a cutie!
This entire website has really been uplifting.
Thank you

Lauren said...

Hi Cherie!!!

Oh I'm so glad the blog has been uplifting! :D
Thank you for reading along and for your nice words. <3
Josie is a Petite Goldendoodle. She's full grown now, about 19lbs and she has the sweetest personality. They're wonderful dogs!

Hope you have a great week and thanks again,

Lauren