What did you take a photo of on your walk today?

(Alex ) #242

What the hell?! Didn’t see anything like that when I was out this morning!

(Alex ) #243

Is that a UFO behind you Teri?!

(Teri) #244

I wish. Would have made for a more interesting photo.

(Alex ) #245

I like it! It’s arty and mysterious!

(Teri) #246

Thank you. When it comes to photos you can never go wrong with weird lighting and a dog.

(Alex ) #247

… and a UFO :slightly_smiling_face:

(Teri) #248

:joy: ain’t that the truth. If I happen to see anymore UFOs :flying_saucer: while I’m out I’ll be sure to snap a photo of them for you.

(Alex ) #249

Ditto… I’m all over it… Might need to up my magic mushroom levels, but they are zero carb … it’s all good

(Teri) #250

This got me

But yes, I would assume you would need some powerful MMs to fully take in and appreciate the experience of a UFO sighting.

Well it’s 4:30am here so I have to go to bed. Otherwise I’m gonna start having my own hallucinations. Enjoy your morning/afternoon/evening… wherever you may be.

(it's official - I'm forked) #251

Aussie music icon? Or Scottish scrounger?

(Kristin) #252

Is it possible she has food allergies?

(it's official - I'm forked) #253

Maybe, but if so she’s developed them out of the blue, she’s been fed the same thing for the last decade.

Hmmm, I wonder.

(Kristin) #254

I had one of my dogs allergy tested. Her symptoms were mainly licking her paws/legs. Vet said that was typical of food allergies. She did test positive for several foods. Feeding her a limited ingredient diet and avoiding the foods did help. She also tested positive for some environmental allergens, but changing the food helped a lot.

Also, animals can also develop allergies later in life, just like us.

Might be worth looking into. Gotta be better than living off and on with the cone of shame!

If you don’t want to get her tested, you could try food trials of limited ingredient diets.

(Allie) #255

Rainy walk.

(it's official - I'm forked) #256

Constable Chunk reporting for duty


That’s too cool! When I saw one wandering in Holland Park I almost fainted. Really awesome to see.



On my way home from soccer. I usually fast on Mondays (and maybe Sunday) so I’ll feel iight and energetic for the game. But today I went to a friend’s house knowing I’d probably have to eat something, but it wasn’t a meal time so I figured just a snack. She make me fat bombs!

(Scarlett Hyde) #260

It really was, it was the first time I saw a peacock just wondering about. I love all animals and when I see something as small as a bluejay, I get super excited. You can just imagine the excitement I felt when I saw a peacock prancing around like it was the most normal thing in the world.


ooooo, I wish we had a vending machine like that round our way!