Quirky Japanese thoughts and things.
Not to be completely off topic here (by the way, your dog is adorable!), but I'm thinking about redesigning my blog, and I don't know anything about it. Would you mind sharing how you designed your blog page? Did you have a techie help you, or did you do it on your own? I fear that I'll have to teach myself, but your design is my favorite out of any website I've ever seen, frankly, so maybe your story will be helpful. :)
Deidre, I am perfectly helpless with design and anything techie. I got this template from the site below. Lots of beautiful stuff. http://scrap-e-blog.blogspot.com/I really should learn though. This would be a worthy goal for 2010.
Awww Cha earned that one. So adorable.
After he got it, he decided it wasn't quite tasty enough for him. Rolled in it for awhile and left it on the carpet.
He's part cat? ;)
He is a cute little guy. I keep thinking when my pride of five cats dwindles down to one or two - or when I move into a house from this condo - I might get a dog. How old is Cha?
I've just got to know: What WAS it?
Hilary, he was raised by our two cats, preens himself on rainy days. Might be!Pat, Cha's four. Slightly high maintenance, but the cats keep him in line. Mary, a senbei! He's pretty picky about what kind of rice crackers he eats.
Very cute post. Our dog would've been on the table if we left food there.Lori @whenwelisten
thought you might be interested in this article about abandoned (ghost towns) places.http://www.asylum.com/2010/02/24/10-japanese-ghost-towns-love-hotel-toyo-bowling-alley-sports-world-russian-village-theme-park/imomomo
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