Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Snow Day

So it was supposed to be the storm of the century, 24" or more of snow, traveling bans, alternate side of the street parking suspended, stores running out of bread, milk, eggs and toilet paper, and then it bared down on us over night.

I checked the employee website in the morning before i even looked outside, in giant letters it read...CLOSED...yippee SNOW Day!

By the time I looked outside, I have to say I was a bit disappointed.  We had gotten about 4" if that of snow over night.  the street outside my house was clear and another plow was coming down the road just for good measure.

I made some coffee and settled in to check out the morning news.  By 7:30 am they had lifted the travel ban and most of the silly other things they do when we actually get 24" of snow.  I checked the employee site again, still no work.  Im pretty sure I could have made it if I had tried.

So I figured that I would do a little work from home, right after I clean my car off.  Needless to say, work didn't go that far its actually harder to work from home than one would think.  Im done now, thats my story, now Im going to take a nap...

Happy Snow Day All

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Charity - The Sato Project

There is a place in Puerto Rico called Dead Dog Beach.  It is named this because this is the place where bad people go to dump and torture unwanted dogs.  People use these sick and baby animals for target practice, shooting and beating them and just leaving them for dead.  These dogs are called Satos which loosely translates into street dog.

There are estimated to be tens of thousands or maybe more of these satos on the island of Puerto Rico where shelters have a euthanization rate of about 97%.  These poor animals don't have a chance.  They are usually small to medium (between 30 and 45 lbs) sized dogs and very smart and quick to learn.  They are a mixed breed animal that usually has similar characteristics such as crooked ears and a short snout.  They are primarily a combination of working class dogs.

The reason why this charity holds a place in my heart is because my boy, Reilly is a sato.  I adopted him in November 2013 from a rescue and he really is my heart.  Of course he is seriously spoiled like the rest of my animals but I just can not imagine him living the life of one of these unfortunate street animals.  That is why I choose this charity, The Sato Project as my 1st charity to donate my profits too.

Thier website is http://www.thesatoproject.org/

If you have any questions or comments please email me or post your questions here.

Thank you all in advance for not only your purchases but for your support.