Road to Randomness
It’s hoodie season. 

Guess who’s got another excuse to be unfashionable, yet warm? That would be me. 

It’s too early to be this cold. I use to love Fall, but I can’t really tolerate the lower temperatures any longer. 

I think I’ll go snuggle with a furball or two. Enjoy your evening. xo
-g

It’s hoodie season.

Guess who’s got another excuse to be unfashionable, yet warm? That would be me.

It’s too early to be this cold. I use to love Fall, but I can’t really tolerate the lower temperatures any longer.

I think I’ll go snuggle with a furball or two. Enjoy your evening. xo
-g

You asked
adequatelysatisfactory said: What kind of dog is yours? Mine is a Shih Tzu and it took me awhile until I found a groomer I liked and a cut I liked on my dog.
Well, @adequatelysatisfactory I have 5. That's not including the cats. This little one is the boss. She's a Maltese. I have 2 male Shih Tzus, a female Golden Retriever. She's a senior as is one of my boys. I also have a Shepherd/Sheltie mix. She's my watchdog or so she thinks. They're all rescues. And yes, loads of work. At least they don't talk back. Well, come to think, if the the munchkin could speak I'm sure I'd get an earful daily. 😉🐾
The brat has got a case of the sads… 

So,  I decided to have Zoëy groomed for the first time since I adopted her. Typically, I clip her, trim her, basically groom her myself. Honestly, I’m pretty certain that neither one of us us too thrilled by this cut. 

I said to keep her coat a bit longer since the weather is changing, and just clip her legs shorter. Now she looks like she has a bad bowl cut and she’s practically bald. It’s too cold already to clip a 6lb. pooch so short. That, and I can’t even believe the groomer was participating in the conversation about what I cut I wanted her to have. She did her own thing.

Lesson for the day… If you want it done right, do it yourself. 

Grrrrr… 😞

The brat has got a case of the sads…

So, I decided to have Zoëy groomed for the first time since I adopted her. Typically, I clip her, trim her, basically groom her myself. Honestly, I’m pretty certain that neither one of us us too thrilled by this cut.

I said to keep her coat a bit longer since the weather is changing, and just clip her legs shorter. Now she looks like she has a bad bowl cut and she’s practically bald. It’s too cold already to clip a 6lb. pooch so short. That, and I can’t even believe the groomer was participating in the conversation about what I cut I wanted her to have. She did her own thing.

Lesson for the day… If you want it done right, do it yourself.

Grrrrr… 😞

asylum-art:

Motoi Yamamotos Incredible Saltscapes

Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto sees more uses in salt than the ordinary person. His artwork stems from the death of his sister, who passed away at a young age from brain cancer. In Japanese culture there is an idea of throwing salt over yourself after you attend a funeral acts as a sort of cleansing. So Yamamoto started using salt as his medium, creating intricate labyrinths and mazes as he calls them. Not only does Motoi create intricate patterns but full scale installations as well.

There’s also a beautiful book by Motoi that showcases some of his art called Return to the Sea: Saltscapes by Motoi Yamamoto.

Watch the video:

coffeenuts:

suziworld:Sproet

So adorable ❤

coffeenuts:

suziworld:Sproet

So adorable ❤

deathstarwaltz:

Alliance is Rebellion

Beautiful Pacific Northwest styled Star Wars illustrations by artist: Scottthepainter