Friday, January 15, 2010

Furry Friday!

This Furry Friday is a special one, because Mr. Pit himself picked out the pup of the week, Fudge.

Meet Fudge! His description is great, and as I've said of a lot of dogs from this facility, if Lil' Pup didn't have to be an only child, Fudge would probably live with us!!
Here is his description from the site, doesn't he sound fun!!!

It has been said that there are basically two types of Labrador Retrievers; Food Labs and Ball Labs. Fudge is definitely a Ball Lab. He will play catch with you all day if your arm holds out. His energy is boundless and his enthusiasm will bring a smile to your face. He's not all play; he has good manners also. He will sit on command and give you his paws, as long as you promise to play ball afterwards. He's strong and energetic, and will require a firm hand, but he will make somebody a playful and loving companion.

As always, check out Main Line Animal Rescue's site for all sort of animals that desperately need homes. We're supposed to get a storm in the area on Sunday so take tomorrow to go get an animal that really needs you!!

Main Line Animal Rescue

Mr. Pit and I are off to Kennett Square tomorrow to go check out Talula's Market ( Talula's Table is the famous impossible to get reservation opened by the former owners of Django, my favorite restaurant from our days in Old City). The attached market is famous for it's cheese selection as well as it's carry-out case- I hear you can even get their famous Goat Cheese Gnocchi, yum!!! Doesn't it look delicious?!

Then we both have Monday off so we're having more contractors come in to do some pricing on the work we want done- not that I don't want to do it with the first guy, I just know that from being in construction you should never make a decision without at least 3 sets of pricing for every project. It helps keep everybody honest, and gives you a good idea of what the center line is for your project. Always, always tell contractors that you are getting more than just them to price something, otherwise they'll take full advantage of your naivete and add in lots of extra's for no reason. If you are ever doing any work to your house and want advice on contractors, insurance, codes...anything, email me! I've been doing this for almost 10 years now, and I am constantly advising family and friends on the how-to's of home improvements by contractors. I don't want anyone spending unnecessary money!!

Hope you all have a great weekend!

xoxo Mrs. Pit

1 comment:

Dollface said...

The goat cheese pasta sounds amazing!!! Im already thinking of making it with whole wheat and fat-free cheese, hahah xxxoo