I hope the sun is up and shining where you live.
My pals , Shredder, Miss Kitty, and Modo, say that they might need a boat in Georgia. Evidently they have been getting quite a bit of rain. Well let’s hope it doesn’t go that far!
Little ones across the country are probably up and peeking in their Easter baskets to see what goodies the Easter Bunny has brought them. I can just imagine all the bright, colorful and shiny wrappers peeking through the plastic (or paper) grass. I bet there is chocolate and jelly beans, hard-boiled eggs and gumballs and maybe some bubbles or little bouncy balls for them.
We love getting into that kind of stuff even though it can be dangerous to us so please keep us safe and away from the goodies until it’s all gone!.
Still Easter brings with it a time of rebirth and new beginnings for nature and people. It’s an exciting time of year, and as I’ve said before it is one of my favorites!
Sometimes all this new growth in nature can play havoc on humans and us pets alike. There are a lot of allergens in the air this time of year that can have an effect on our breathing, skin and eyes. People take antihistamines to help relieve their discomfort, but sometimes they don’t realize their beloved pet can also be affected. You may want to check with your vet if you notice any changes in your pets behavior. Some allergens can cause their skin to be itchy and their eyes to appear watery – sounds familiar, I’m sure, to a lot of you.
On another subject entirely, some of you may remember that some time ago I did a series of short stories. I have been thinking about doing that again but with sort of a take off from the Today Show’s “Where In The World Is Matt Laur”. I’d like to “travel” a bit and find some facts about some interesting places and put my findings in story form.
I would greatly appreciate any ideas or thoughts you may have about my proposal. Everyone can’t be world travelers, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn about other interesting cultures and exciting places. Maybe I could travel through an Amazon rain forest, or visit a Hawaiian volcano. The possibilities are endless! Send me your ideas, please!
My tip this week: enjoy the spring weather but remember to be on the look-out for possible allergen effects on your pets!
Romeo, the little black dog!