Happy #1 birthday to my youngest dogter! You are crazy, silly, you have no concept of personal space and lover of all this plastic. You were supposed to be medium but you continue to grow. 🤔🤔 We love you Miss Nosie Rosie;) 💗💗😊😊🐶🐶🥰🥰🐕🐕😜😜 #clifford#doodlesofinstagram#puppylove#crazypuppy
Hello insta friends 🐶🐕🐩 So my dad's human friend @marsy_1982 is an amazing person and loves to make others smile by doing some great things. In previously he has collected Easter eggs for some sick children in hospital and then also collected toys for them at Christmas.
This year he has decided to collect for The Dog's Trust 🐶 to help out those Dogs that haven't been as lucky as ourselves in finding a loving home.
So he is looking for donations of food, toys, treats, blankets and even the old favourite, CASH, if it's easier, all so we can treat the dogs for xmas 😁
If any of my friends would like to help please direct message me and I will confirm how to get items to him.
Not the best video but I die for these baby fast puppy breaths and grahams awkward legs sticking out when he ran. It took quite awhile for him to grow out of it. Where is the melting heart emoji when you need it!! 💀
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AUGUST 10, 1969. FREEEDOMMM! Apollo 11 astronauts released from quarantine.
"The three Apollo 11 astronauts, pronounced free of any lunar contamination, were released tonight from the quarantine quarters in which they had lived since they returned from their moon-landing flight last month.
Neil A. Armstrong, the civilian commander, and Col. Edwin E. Aldrin Jr. and Col. Michael Collins of the Air Force walked out of the Lunar Receiving Laboratory here at 10:05 P.M., Eastern daylight time.
They were wearing sport shirts and broad smiles. They carried small overnight suitcases. They waved at the crowd of 250 persons, mostly space agency employees, newsmen and television cameramen.
Colonel Aldrin reached across a rope to shake hands with a spectator and was overheard to say, 'I need a little sun and a haircut.' Only Mr. Armstrong, who turned 39 years old during the quarantine, paused at a microphone to address the crowd.
After thanking his hosts -- the technicians running the laboratory -- Mr. Armstrong smiled and said, 'I can't say I would choose to spend a couple of weeks like that, but I'm very glad we got the opportunity to complete the mission.'
Then the three astronauts drove away in separate station wagons for reunions with their families for the first time since before the launching of Apollo 11 on July 16...
Twenty other people who had worked in the quarantine area with the astronauts followed them out the door. Each carried handbags and autographed pictures of the Apollo 11 crewmen...
After a day with their families, the astronauts are scheduled to begin a strenuous week of news conferences, parades and other celebrations..."
"Quarantine Is Over for Three Astronauts," Monday, August 11, 1969 (New York Times)