So, I need to come up with something thought-provoking to write about, but I have not a clue as to where I should begin. I have even googled topic suggestions for my blog, but none of them seem appealing to me. One possible idea is to write about something controversial. Gun control is a provocative subject. Should I write about that? Maybe one day I will.
About that word google, isn’t it funny how Google started out to be the name of an internet search engine, but now it is a verb as well? Now it is something you can do. It’s a verb as in, I googled on Google.
Or, I could write about my goals. Two of my goals are to get one million followers on my blog because my writing and my stamping creations are so awesome. People don’t have to follow me just because I am an excellent stamper. They can follow me because they enjoy my writing as well. Did you know that I have always wanted to write a book? Don’t know what I’d write about though. That is another goal I have, and that is to write a book.
Have you ever typed with your eyes closed? You really need to know where the keys are; otherwise, you might not be able to read what you’ve written after you open your eyes. That’s what I did here. I typed with my eyes closed, but you wouldn’t know it because I spell checked before I published. That’s what my students used to do, you know. They would type their papers with their eyes closed, and they DIDN’T spell check. At least that’s what I think some of them were doing by the looks of some of the papers I used to get.
What could I write about that is funny? People like to read funny stuff. I know! Having kids is like having pets. At least, that’s what a childless couple with four-legged “children” would tell you. And they believe it too! Sorry, I don’t mean to offend any of you out there. I have had pets, and I can see where they might get their reasoning, even though I don’t think there is any comparison between having children and owning a pet.
Here are nine ways owning a pet and having children can be similar.
First, both pets and children are usually brought home when they are babies.
Second, both have to be house broken. That is, dogs need to learn not to pee on the floor and so do kids. Dogs need to learn to go outside to the bathroom. Kids need house breaking as well as they must learn how to behave inside the house vs. outside. You could say you do that with dogs too. For example, some people don’t’ let their pets or their kids on the furniture so you have to teach them not to jump up on the furniture. The kids, not the dogs. (JK—the dogs too!) Some people will let their pets sleep in bed with them, but not their kids. Go figure!
Third, pets have their very own food and water bowls. Some people do the same for their kids. When my kids were babies, I had a special warming plate that I used for them to heat up their baby food. I also had special plastic bowls, plates and cups for them to use so they would not break if they fell on the floor. Heck, we even buy our pets and kids (at first anyway) their very own special food. Then the kids transition to regular food. Some people give their dogs people food.
Fourth, a fenced in back yard is nice for both kids and dogs.
Fifth, both need to have their shots, although some parents would argue that vaccinations cause Autism… in children, not animals. (I know, Autism is not funny. Please don’t think I am making fun of it.)
Sixth, both kids and dogs can go to day care.
Seventh, both pets and kids will throw up in the most inconvenient places
Eighth, both children and pets can go to school. Dogs go to obedience school. Kids can learn obedience in school as well, but it is better if their parents teach that.
Ninth, leashes are useful. Some people leash their kids, but not their animals. Some leash their animals, but not their kids. I leashed both because I have had both. Either way, leashes are a good thing when you have pets and children. Oh, Lord! The comments I am going to get after saying that!
Enough said about that! Today I have two projects for you. The first is June’s Paper Pumpkin. I created a little table centerpiece with some of the pin wheels that came in the kit this month. The second is a simple little card I made.
Hope you enjoyed your visit today. Until next time…