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Thanks to helpful Neighboor who trade an hour of sick kid babysitting for a run with their dog.  Not easy to keep a steady pace with the little boy but I still had fun!

Thanks to helpful Neighboor who trade an hour of sick kid babysitting for a run with their dog. Not easy to keep a steady pace with the little boy but I still had fun!

Funny Pet Pictures With Captions | ... animals, lolcats, funny animal caption pictures, funny animal pictures

Funny Pet Pictures With Captions | ... animals, lolcats, funny animal caption pictures, funny animal pictures

Love the Clod Buster. This is what monster trucks looked like when I was a kid.

Love the Clod Buster. This is what monster trucks looked like when I was a kid.

When I had to give up running at only three months pregnant, it was a real psychological blow and I was tempted to just give up on everything and allow myself to wallow in morning sickness, rocky-road ice-cream sandwiches and …

When I had to give up running at only three months pregnant, it was a real psychological blow and I was tempted to just give up on everything and allow myself to wallow in morning sickness, rocky-road ice-cream sandwiches and …

Togo, famous sled-dog who logged thousands of miles on the trail. He was also a foundation on the Siberian husky in the US.

Togo, famous sled-dog who logged thousands of miles on the trail. He was also a foundation on the Siberian husky in the US.

Felicity Floo Visits the Zoo E. S. Redmond was inspired to write this, her first book, after a trip with her children to a petting zoo. She says, "I remember watching all these smiling, wobbling toddlers surrounding the animals. Every little nose was running, and the sheep resembled very large mounds of tissue. It struck me as altogether funny and ironic that the hand soap was mounted on the fence at the exit. Nice for us, not so great for the sheep." E. S. Redmond lives in Massachusetts.

Felicity Floo Visits the Zoo E. S. Redmond was inspired to write this, her first book, after a trip with her children to a petting zoo. She says, "I remember watching all these smiling, wobbling toddlers surrounding the animals. Every little nose was running, and the sheep resembled very large mounds of tissue. It struck me as altogether funny and ironic that the hand soap was mounted on the fence at the exit. Nice for us, not so great for the sheep." E. S. Redmond lives in Massachusetts.