So a few days ago the Netherlands celebrated their very first King’s Day(Koningsdag), why am I even mentioning this since I don’t live in the Netherlands, nor am I of Dutch decent? If you are a long time reader of this blog then you might remember that I am a huge fan of Princess Beatrix , I even wore my Zoya nail polish “Beatrix” during the week of her abdication. I am a huge fan of Beatrix as well as the entire family and honestly how can you not love a woman who’s worn the same hair style for over 40 years…You can always tell when it’s (Queen’s or ) King’s Day… everyone and everything is decked out in orange
So what were my Mountains and Molehills this week? My Mountain? Check out this snapshot of Tsuki’s instagram (it happened about 20 minutes ago) My molehill this week was taking Tsuki to the veterinarian on Friday, after talking to the doctor and discussing the situation, we both came to the conclusion that it was best to proceed with the biopsy, after they took her vitals they took her back… and I burst into tears, I didn’t stop crying until they brought her back and I was able to see for myself that she was okay. We get the results back no latter than Tuesday and in the mean time I’m just keeping an eye on her, she’s still a little tender, but otherwise she’s back to normal. Before I forget I’m not sure if you know but Tsuki wrote her very first blog post AND she has an instagram…she’s a true diva!
If you’ve taken part in FMM then you know the rules. If you’re new, please take a moment to answer this week’s question on your own blog then add your link in the comments section here so we can all see your FMM questions and answers. Please invite your blog readers to add their links here too so everyone has to opportunity to be seen. The idea is to connect with other awesome bloggers so take a moment to post your own FMM post and comment on a couple of other posts. Now it’s time for this week’s topic!
1. Do you know how to drive a stick shift?
No, and to be honest I feel a little lacking because of it. I will never be able to drive internationally….
2. Do you know how to jump stat a car?
Nope I don’t. BUT I do have jumper cables in my car… and yes I’ve had to use them 3 times so far. I keep saying that I’m going to back one of those electronic jumpers in case I’m stranded in the middle of no where.. but then again, there is always AAA
3. Do you know how to perform CPR?
I think it’s really important for everyone to have a basic knowledge of First Aid and CPR. But yes I am certified in First Aid CPR and AED.
If you’re not and you’re interested check out this link
4. Do you know how to hang a picture?
First of all I think anyone who’s every lived in an apartment or lived in a dorm room knows alternate ways of hanging a picture in your room… but traditionally speaking I do know how to hand a picture. I use a level and everything.
5. Do you know how to ski?
A big NO! As a black person I jokingly say that “we are a tropical people, we don’t ski” and for all you non black people out there that is a HUGE misconception. There is actually something called the National Brotherhood of Skiers My high school would go on ski trips all the time, and when I was living in Las Vegas I wanted to go but I’m a big scary cat, and I’m afraid of heights, and I’m too much of a control free to “glide” down a mountain with only poles and skis to guide me.
6. Can you draw a basic map of the world?
7. Can you do a decent dive into a swimming pool?
Oh hell no! I’m still kinda iffy on the swimming, plus I’m accident prone. I was actually walking on a deck and slipped and fell into the pool…. so wait… I guess “technically” that is diving!!
8. Can you open a champagne bottle?
Yes… considering that I can’t drink alcohol… and haven’t been able to o so for pretty much my entire life (thanks for no liver disease) I know lots of tricks
9. Do you know what to do if you spill red wine on the carpet?
Nope…I don’t have carpets and I don’t drink red wine… so that’s a simple fix1
10. Do you know the proper way to fold a fitted sheet?
Yes, and I learned how to properly do it from Oprah and Martha Stewart… it’s funny how you see something on TV and you remember it.
So the current count of things Tyra can do is 8 out of 10! So that’s bad…..not bad at all!!! After last weeks FMM a lot of people reached out to me either leaving a message here or emailing me sending me good thoughts and positive vibes, sharing their pet stories and I just want to say from the bottom of my heart Thank You… Thank You Very Much!!! I look forward to spending many, many healthy years with Tsuki!
as my Dutch friends say…
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