Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Hot Pepper!!!

Hey, remember when Ed was making all that salsa a week or so ago? Well, we decided to make a label to go with it. We're only passing it out to friends and family but we thought it would be fun to do it. Tell me what you think...

I drew the Hot Pepper Lady myself and I don't think it turned out too bad. Ed of course is the "word" man so he thought up the name and saying. Everyone got a big kick out of it. I told people that I just looked at my boobs in the mirror and copied them (yeah, right...I wish!)
Okay, just in case you were wondering, my son is fine...still coughing his head off, but fine. He went to to the doc yesterday at 1 pm. I figured he would call afterward but I waited and waited and then started to worry thinking, "OMG, he was sent for chest xrays or something." I finally called his cell and said, "Well?" He replied nonchalantly, "The doc said I have a cold!" That's it???? A stinkin' cold....what's up with that? I felt like a dork for being so worried and sending him to the doc over a cold. Anyway...he's fine...and if the cough continues he is to get some antibiotics.
Let's see, next...I want to know if anyone can tell me the difference between puppy play and puppy fighting. My little puppy, Eros, (who's growing day by day) and the middle puppy, Chloe, (male and female respectively) were for awhile playing or so it seemed. Eros, the younger male, seems to be getting a little agressive towards Chloe. One is eight weeks and other is fourteen weeks. They just sorta wrestled around at first, but now they bark, growl, and bite each other when they are doing this. Is this normal as they get older? I sometimes break it up with a squirt bottle of water but before you know it one or the other sneaks up on the other and nips the other's butt or pounces on the other and then it escalates till I either squirt them again or separate them. Sometimes they ignore each other too and sit and chew on things together. I've googled stuff but can't get a direct answer...I may have to resort to the Dog Whisperer or Puppies for Dummies! Let me know if you have any ideas or opinions on this one.
And last....I don't normally watch Dancing with the Stars, but I have to say, I enjoyed the Jerry Springer dance segment....I was a little worried he might drop over from a heart attack but it was fun to watch....not too bad. I don't care for Harry Hamlin or his fat lipped wife.....too much botox for me. And the Lopez boy.....like they said....lot of batteries in that boy's hips!!!! Wow!
Think I'm gonna get the Sweetie Man to do that one! Oh yeah! Okay, that's it for now...oh...I did work on my butterfly dishcloth....I'm getting back to my yarn now that the "kids" are on a crate, eat, poop schedule! So, till tomorrow, yinz guys!!!

12 Comments:

Bloggin' Out Loud said...

Tell Dennis the yellow is a Cesarean section scar!

Deneen said...

The label is terrific!

Courtney said...

OMG I love it to flippin funny!! Great label BG!! Glad the boy is doing good.. Hey no need to beat yourself up it could have been worse and nothing done aobut it too..!! Way to go on the label.. She is to cute.

Brandy said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the label>>>LOL

Dipsy D. said...

I sooo love that label, it's so funny and funky! Absolutely cool!
And I'm so glad to hear the boy is doing better, all the very best to him!

Vik said...

I can imagine big smiles and laughing, when your friends get the glasses with your labels!

Alexis said...

Here is some info. I found on the dog thing...not sure how helpful it is.

Playing or Fighting?
It's often very difficult to tell whether dogs are playing or fighting. In both instances, dogs bark, bite, growl and gnaw on one another. The key to determining whether dogs are playing or fighting is to look at their body language and to listen to the tone of their vocalizations. For example:
Before a fight, dogs usually stare at each other with hackles raised.
Fighting usually results in a lot of growling and yelps (from inflicted injuries).
Playing dogs bark and growl, but the tones are substantially different from fighting vocalizations.
Playing dogs often perform the "play bow."
Playing dogs usually do not bare their teeth—i.e. their lips are not drawn back in a snarl.

Tiffany said...

lol Great label for the salsa! :)

Donna said...

love your honey's blog! Oh yeah I like yours too. Hehe!

Darlene said...

sweet label! I'm a salsa lover, so I'm looking forward to finding the naked salsa in my nearest grocery store! ;o)

Sue said...

The label is fabulous!! Very clever! You guys are so darn cute!
I don't know that much about dog play but that sounds a little too aggressive. It's probably best to squirt them until you can get a straight answer.

Mimi said...

The label is cute, nice drawing there Lucy! What an attractive packaging that makes.
I'm glad your son isnt that sick, its just right to send him to the doctor, better to be sure and not to worry much.