I’ve been a bit behind on my monthly roundups. The past few months have been pretty busy. Given how often I probably complain about being busy, I feel like I should recognize how annoying that might be. Sorry, friends.
Anyway, I thought I’d make it up to you today and try to get back on track by sharing some of my favorite posts from the months of March and April. I hope that these posts put a smile on your face!
- We’re Taking Notes On Some of Your Favorite Dr. Seuss Quotes from My Brown Newfies – As you know, I love Seuss.
- Moving Tips from the Dog from Kol’s Notes – Take note, humans.
- The Dog Person’s Guide to Spring from Something Wagging This Way Comes – Those tumbleweeds of dog hair are certainly a sign of a new season.
- I Write More Letters from Rescued Insanity – Clever and touching.
- Küster’s Magic Shut Up Spoon from Tales and Tails – How do I order one?
- Bella blowing bubbles (video) from Bringing Up Bella – It may be impossible to watch this one without smiling.
- Buying a Couch When You Have a Dog from Sugar the Golden Retriever – Why, I can’t imagine what one would need to be concerned about…
- Weird Conversations I Had With My Husband This Week from My Brown Newfies – Dog hair in your sandwich sounds pretty normal to me.
- More Reasons Why You Should Adopt a Greyhound from Tales and Tails – You can’t argue with logic.
- Future Boys from BZ Dogs – Tribbles! Need I say more?
- The Dog Lover’s Guide to Great Sex from Something Wagging This Way Comes – I could not stop laughing.
- Blogger-to-Blogger Grammar Tips: How to Avoid Homonym Hades (illustrated with funny pet photos) from The Chronicles of Cardigan – Grammar nerds unite! If you need me, I’ll be over here giggling about the Shakespeare joke.
- Mirth Watch Thursday: Opposable Thumbs from Pooch Smooches – What would your dog do?
- Ways to Show Kindness in the Blogging World from Rescued Insanity – We could all use a little more kindness, after all.
Did I miss any of your favorite posts? Please share them in the comments. I’ve been behind on my reading, so I’m sure I missed some gems out there!