Zeke and his Dad have had a long day…
Thank you Rachel.
SMWI* = Saturday Morning Work-Out Inspiration. Source: Weighty Matters.
Source: gifak (*This is not our Viszla Zeke. He would have snagged this…)
- Don’t ask how many times I’ve watched this.
- We have a Vizsla (Zeke). But he doesn’t do this. (Among other things he doesn’t do).
- As to #2, I’ve attributed the principle reason for non-compliance to his gender being Male. (And yes, oh, I’ve tried to replicate this scene, oh I’ve tried. His look: “are you out of your mind.“)
Source: So Many Cute Animals. (Photo so much like Zeke, not Zeke!)
Walter, a lab, loves the sea. And he’ll stop at nothing to get there. The footage was captured on the coast of Siracusa, Italy. (Source: GrindTV)
Definition of Insanity:
Doing (watching) the same thing over and over and over again expecting a different result.
A whole lot of us go through life assuming that we are basically right, basically all the time, about basically everything: about our political and intellectual convictions, our religious and moral beliefs, our assessment of other people, our memories, our grasp of facts. As absurd as it sounds when we stop to think about it, our steady state seems to be one of unconsciously assuming that we are very close to omniscient.
- Kathryn Schulz, Being Wrong
- Image: kdc123.
- Quote Source: Thank you WhiskeyRiver.
- Find her book here: Being Wrong.
- Find book review of Being Wrong here: To Err Is Human. And How! And Why.
- Find her bio on wiki here: Kathryn Schulz.
Source: themetapicture.com (bear cub’s first clam)
Image Source: YourEyesBlazeOut
SMWI*: Saturday Morning Work-Out Inspiration. Source: memeguy.com
Notes: SMWI*: Saturday Morning Work-Out Inspiration. Image Source: gifak
Source: themetapicture.com (Thanks Susan)
Catching up on your posts and came across your July 7 Monday Mantra. Thought you might like to see the original video of the reggae-biased Morepork … so named for their call. If you live close to bush in New Zealand, you turn on the porch light and these little guys will come calling to feed on the moths.”
This little Morepork (or Ruru in Maori) arrived at New Zealand Bird Rescue Charitable Trust’s Green Bay Hospital in Auckland when it was about a week old. Now it is flying and has lost most of its baby feathers. New Zealand Bird Rescue supports the community by assisting many thousands of sick, orphaned, injured and lost birds every year. Birds that come into care here are rehabilitated until they are ready for release back into the wild. We accept and care for all New Zealand birds; no bird is ever turned away. Many have been victims of cat attacks, road accidents, pollution, fishing line entanglements, and human ignorance or cruelty.
Thank you Stephen.