This Little Dog Likes to Play Dress Up

This Little Dog Likes to Play Dress Up

I have a very full social life on Twitter, where I often attend various parties with my little animal friends.  We give it our full effort, and our parties have music, food, security and we raise funds for various animal charities.  One of the fun parts of virtual parties is that I get to modify my avatar to reflect the theme of the party!  If you would like to learn more about parties please check out my article in The Anipal Times; and to learn more about the animal Twitter parties, called #pawties, check out my friend Frugaldougal’s Pawpawty website. Now, sit back and enjoy “Mattiedog’s Twitter Pawty Avi Montage!” Thank you – Mattiedog Share Some...
Kismit and a Geoduck

Kismit and a Geoduck

Recently momma and dadz went to an event where there was a silent auction held to raise funds for a local charity.  Momma had been eyeing one auction bid, 12 cooking session with a fairly well known local chef.  Momma scribbled down her bid and low-and-behold she won time with the chef! Momma was so excited, but on the day that she was to have met with the chef she got sick with sinus and upper respiratory infection.  The scheduling of her prize would have to wait…. and wait…. and wait… she was sick for quite a while.  While she was recovering my dadz got a phone call from Stephen, the manager from the local men’s shelter asking for donations.  Dadz talked to Stephen and found out that the shelter was starting a new program called Table & Tips, where shelter participants signed up for a 12 week program to learn how to bus and wait restaurant tables.  Participants will learn how to “get their foot in the door and start a new career in the restaurant field,” said Stephen. Dadz knows Stephen, he’s worked with him on other programs, so dadz asked him what he needed for Tables & Tips.  Stephen said that they had a commercial kitchen willing to provide space, and that it had a ready supply of pots, pans, plates and utensils but that they still needed chefs to help with the 12 sessions. Later that night I heard momma and dadz talking about momma’z prize of cooking sessions with the chef.  “Do you think he’d do it?” asked momma.  “Hard to say,” said dadz....

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