Today’s Yes/No…

Thanks again for all the well-wishes.  Suji had a better day today.

6 thoughts on “September 18, 2023: Unusual Deaths and Weird Egg!

  1. I’m glad that you had another good day with Suji. Each one is a gift. You and Suji are in my prayers.

    The Pug People interview and photos were lovely! I especially enjoyed seeing Suji’s artwork. I spent hours reading many of the interviews. I had no idea that pug parents are so passionate about the breed. Who knew that being “Pug People” was even a thing?

    My beloved, beautiful Sunny was a Lhasa Apso. They can either be super sweet or nasty, ill-tempered little dogs. Fortunately, Sunny was a love bug. She thought that the entire world existed to be her friend. We often joked that if someone tried to rob the house, she would hold their bag open for them and point out the good stuff. Sunny has been gone for more than 10 years and I still miss her so much, but I would not get another Lhasa. I am probably not a Lhasa person.

    I had a Chihuahua growing up. They have very unique characteristics that set them apart from other breeds, one of which is their overly large personalities. In fact, if they grew to be the size of a German Shepherd, nobody would be able to control them. Even the best Chihuahuas are a handful. People either love them or can’t stand them. Evidently, I am a Chihuahua person. I have even thought about taking in a senior rescue Chihuahua, which has the potential for adopting a tiny animal with the disposition of a full grown lion with a sore tooth. They can be an absolute challenge, but I love them and I just might be up for it..I guess that I truly am a Chihuahua person. I shall have to start searching for my tribe on Instagram.

    Thank you for inspiring me via your nice interview about Suji and your being her Pug People. May you enjoy many more good days together!

  2. Several commented that preparing this egg looked too hard. I don’t see it. I’m going to shake an egg up then crack it open into a frying pan and see what happens. I’m wondering how mixed it will be and if it will look like a compact scrambled egg. I may even do the centrifuge approach.

    God bless Suji and her parents. Dogs are awesome! (so are cats)

  3. Good to hear about Suji.

    What must be the strangest thing about the bodies on Everest is that due to the cold, dry environment, they are largely preserved if perhaps a little pale. On my Everest Base Camp trek in ’05, we passed by an area with monuments for many of the climbers who didn’t make it.

    1. Gforce: Yes I had heard that. Creepy. Hopefully the snow has buried them though so if you go up you aren’t seeing that. (you meaning a random person or yourself).

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