I caught up with some friends tonight at TGI Friday’s. Derek and Michelle are in town from good old Yankton, SD. They moved there this past year and are home for a few events. The group went bowling tonight but I was at the Wing Off at that time so I missed it. But I did catch up for dinner. Well, I was pretty stuffed from earlier in the day so I only had dessert, which I ate first. Life is unpredictable, sometimes you have to do that sort of thing from time to time.
Today was a busy day, I rolled out of bed very early and got a ton of blogging done. I wrote a couple of reviews. One for the comic book series Rising Stars and the other for a book Shelby about a lemon shark (It is on Read To Me, Dad). Then I shot over to the comic book store for Free Comic Book Day. From there I ran up to the High School for the 2008 Strut Your Mutt Event. There I took a bunch of photos of people and their dogs. I found that it is much easier taking photos of people who have pets with them than it is just asking someone for a photo. And that brings me to the Wing Off. I went there and brought along the camera to take more photos but I pretty much froze up on taking photos of the attendees but I did take many of the participants.
Then I did a lot of photo processing when I was at home so I could get all the photos from both events up for people to go see. I did it so fast because I handed out my blogger business card to many people and who knows it might turn into a photo gig at some point, who knows. Well, it is getting late and I have a few more things I’d like to do tonight because Guy Weekend ends a day early as tomorrow I have many things around here that I would like to get done.
Also going to the Strut Your Mutt really made me want a dog, this dog.
This is General, he is 10 years old and very gentle and friendly. He just shouldn’t be in the shelter, he should have a home. I would love to adopt him but right now it would not be feasible in any way to care for him properly. Not with two cats and a baby to care for already.
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