Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Then, to lighten the subject.........

Dragn pointed out what she considers a perfect Tee shirt for ol' says

I've got ADD, but it doesn't affect my

OOOH, Look, a Bunny!!

That being said, I'm done with the preaching for today, thought I'd show you my new shoes.....I think they're perfect.

Fit my toes perfectly too......


Foxfier, formerly Sailorette said...


DammitWomann said...

And much better to tap dance with too!

FORGER said...

Those are cool. I'd get a pair, but Josie and Harley might think a bigger dog than me moved in and would be even more hard headed, thinking they had me outnumbered....

cry_alone said...

wow, they say clothes make the man...but in this case i think boots make the man :) are they comfy? what are they made from? what do u wer em fer?
lol, i'm just so damn curious arewnt i!
enjoy the boots wolfie. and i quite agree w/ drgn.... that is the perfect shirt fer u! lol *wink*
take care

aA said...

Now when you say "Boy, my dogs are tired...", people will believe you!

Rose said...

With 11 career gold medals, the most decorated Olympian of all time - who competes for his sixth gold medal at these Olympic Games tonight - has been head and shoulders above the competition, figuratively and literally. One of the tallest swimmers in the pool at 6 feet 4 inches, Phelps has an even bigger arm span at 6 feet 7 inches. His attention span, on the other hand, is another story.
As a child, Phelps was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, more commonly known as A.D.H.D. Attending school in Baltimore County, teachers would complain to Phelps’s mother, Debbie, about his restless behavior in the classroom, including his inability to sit still, focus and complete work. At age nine he was officially diagnosed with A.D.H.D. by his doctor and put on medication, which he would later stop taking as he managed the disorder on his own. In a study done last month, the Center for Disease Control reported that about five percent of children in the United States aged 6-17 have been diagnosed with A.D.H.D. The CDC also reported that children with A.D.H.D are more likely to develop chronic health problems, including severely disruptive mental disorders that could become life-altering.
In this case, like many other areas of his life, Michael Phelps is an exception.
Phelps’ combination of obvious early talent, rigid work ethic and rigorous practice schedule have helped him overcome his A.D.H.D. in the pool, blossoming into one of the greatest athletes of his generation. Phelps has swept all five events he has competed in at Beijing, simultaneously breaking world records in his quest to win all eight events he is set to swim. Winning an unprecedented eight gold medals in one Olympic games would surpass current record-holder Mark Spitz, who won seven gold medals at the Munich games in 1972.

This is why we should not drug our boys!