Thursday, February 26, 2009
But nothing strikes fear into Gypsy's heart like my 10-year old daughter with a case of the hiccups. Last night I was on the couch, and I heard a faint hiccup from the kitchen. The next thing I knew I had a 55 pound quivering, panting mess climbing onto me. The shaking was so strong that the entire couch was vibrating. Even though I immediately banished the hiccupping kid upstairs, it still took Gyps a good 20 minutes to calm down.
I tried googling to see if the fear of hiccups was something other dogs experience. Apparently lots of dogs and puppies GET hiccups. But if other dogs also are completely terrified when they hear human hiccups, no one is writing about it on the internet. Except me.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Because just like everyone else, I think bad things will happen if I don't always have it with me. Just in case.
For ID and credit cards, and my daughter's picture. Certainly not to hold cash.
Can't live without it.
See ibuprofen answer.
Tissues, gum, lipstick, mirror, checkbook
Required contents for most purses I think.