Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Happy Sunday!

How are you?  Has started to feel like spring in your part of the world?  It’s shaping up to be a lovely day here–not too warm, not too cold–and we’ll be going for a walk around the neighborhood later on to get out of our office chairs and take a moment to enjoy the nice weather.   Shaun made his now-famous omelettes this morning for what is quickly becoming our Sunday morning tradition.  I also indulged in two mini Cadbury eggs in the spirit of Easter (one of my favorite Easter treats and the only one I allowed myself this year).  I think next year I’m going to take plastic eggs and fill them with dog treats and make Mellan hunt for them. Has anyone done that with their dog before?

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4 thoughts on “Sunday Link Love, Volume #135

  1. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Kathryn KEG

    My dogs are kinda dumb, so the Easter egg hunt wouldn’t work. The irony of it is that one of my dogs is a hunting dog and great at tracking a scent-but he wouldn’t understand what he was looking for with a treat/egg.I haven’t put a lot of effort into training. I would like to hear if it works out with Mellan Have a great Easter!! :)

  2. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Ann Ann

    I just wanted to thank you for including Kafkaesque in your Sunday link loves. I finally signed up to receive the links directly. If not for your website, I don’t think I would have ever found this site. I love the reviews! I never knew perfume could be such an art form. I have a greater appreciation for not only the perfume itself, but for the artists who create it. I’ve also found the Surrender to Chance website through K’s site where you can buy samples of outrageously expensive perfume that I wouldn’t have been able to try otherwise. Thanks for always picking out interesting things for your readers! You are always one of my favorites. ~Ann