As much as I’ve been training @milliecapri not to eat my rubber plant, Susan, she still tries to sneak a bite when I’m not looking. Therefore Susan has to find a new location in the house. Since getting Millie we’ve had to do a lot of rearranging 🤦♂️🏾😂
Our home doesn't feel as stylish anymore lol. It feels like a lot of high shelves or cluttered because we don't want Millie eating plants, books, electronics... You name it she wants to bite it 🤣
What can we do? We signed up for this right 🤷🏾♂️. She can be a pain but we absolutely love her! She’s seriously the best!
Have you joined my giveaway yet?
Me want to thanky hooman artists who will draw the 3 winners! @fuuuranz@thetrishatobias@noelm1215 .
The giveaway will end tomorrow Monday
16 September. Hurry, you can still join furrends! 🐶
Throwback to 4 months ago when I was 40 pounds lighter, and my nose was a lot smaller 🤥
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So I have sat here for so long trying to work out how I should write this and if I should share it.
Here is a photo of Kodak handling the Brisbane Wheel like it was absolutely nothing. I could have easily just posted with that caption but this photo means so much more to me.
This photo was taken on the 4th rotation of the wheel. It took me until the 3rd and 4th rotation to take photos.
I have wanted to do the wheel for 8 years but fear has held me back. It may seem like something insignificant or small to some but to me it wasn't.
Poor Kodak spent the first two rotations alerting and tasking. The first rotation I was fighting panic. I spent a high percentage of the time looking at Kodak or the floor not out at the beautiful view but by the end was enjoying the view.
Even before and after the ride I was nervous and on edge. In the line waiting to board Kodak was nudging at my hand.
But we did it. That's right WE did it. I wouldn't and couldn't have done it without Kodak.