Friday, April 10, 2009

I'd love to see my dog rumba

Animals can smell cancer, tell when earthquakes are about to hit,
sniff out bombs and drugs...
but they don't seem to hear a beat when music's on.

How come animals don't dance?!






Did you know that some people believe in
the natural healing ability of the radioactive gas Radon?

And they go into underground tunnels of old gold mines to be exposed to it?!

I tried it once, and came out looking like this:



Just kidding.


I'm reading two books right now...
Ok, really three.

They are:












What are you reading?

Have you ever tried some alternative healing?

Do you know why animals don't move to a beat?




Any fun weekend plans?
I have a little league baseball game, a laser tag kids' party
& lots of family time planned.


14 comments:

Daisigirl said...

Wow! I can't believe you are reading three books! I can't even manage to sit down long enough to read one! I am frustrating myself! I am trying to read The Other Boleyn Girl. I think your first book listed looks good, I will have to look for it.

The reason dogs don't dance is because they are "tune deaf". (Ha!):0)

Karen said...

My dogs have been known to dance to the beat of the music... mind you, that's because I'm dancing with them at the time !! :-)

Does acupuncture and herbs count as alternative healing ?

Currently I'm reading 'Kiss Of Fire' by Deborah Cooke and this big book that has three dean Koontz stories in it..

Haveing a quite weekend. Probabling going to the movies to see 'Knowing'.

Happy Easter!

M said...

I try to get my dogs to two-step with me when I hear a good song on the TV, but sadly... they are more interested in food and playing.

I'm about to start reading "How the World Makes Love" by Franz Wisner. "Honeymoon With My Brother" was great, imo, and I look forward to reading his writing again!

Happy Easter!

Screwed Up Texan said...

Naked conversations...I'd like to read that book. It really does look interesting.

Nothing spectacular going on here. I'm trying to dye eggs using tea and juice :)

Mama Dawg said...

I'm reading "The Looking Glass Wars" right now. and totally digging it.

Lynette said...

reading reading reading an none of them are with me.

going to see cg this weekend whooot i think my youngest puppy sure can move his hinney so i think he dances.

Daisigirl said...

Hey it's me again! I went to the library and found Deep Dish. Can't wait to start reading it!!

Linda Hughes said...

Hi Rhea! Just wanted to say hi and nice to meet ya. I'm also reading another fun book about creativity "Taking Flight, Inspiration and Techniques to Give Your Creative Spirit Wings" by Kelly Rae Roberts. Happy Easter.

Sally-Ann said...

Quiet weekend at our house. Dye some eggs, hide some eggs, hope that all the eggs are found!
Can't remember the name of the book that I am reading at the moment - that is a resounding endorsement, aye?

Shannon said...

We're going to my niece's bday party today... then I think out to dinner with Shane's mom.

Church and Easter egg hunt tomorrow.

That's about it for my weekend plans!

Justine/Justiney/Tiney said...

Funky cool pic of you!

I'm reading Wedding Ring by Emilie Richards, and I'm loving it.

Alternate healing. Hmmm... does washing my face with baking soda count?

Justine :o )

Misty Dawn said...

I ♥ reading, but I haven't read for enjoyment for a very long time. I was just talking with Hubs and saying how I have given up many things I used to do for my enjoyment... that concerns me.

Kat said...

I think I was psychic. And answered this question in the other post. About the reading part anyway.

I have never tried alternative healing. But I am wishing someone would invent pixie dust to spread on my food to reverse the calories.

Man. How did I get so freakin' behind!

the cubicle's backporch said...

I'm impressed with your three-book reading myself.

You gotta watch out for that radon! :)