Thursday, July 31, 2008

Special Guest for Dogs on Thursday

While I was on vacation last week, I got together with a bunch of friends for a crab fest. No, I didn't eat any of them. You know my rule -- "no food with a face" -- and just look at those cute little crabby faces...
One very special girl at the party is today's special guest for Dogs on Thursday. This is Brandy, a sweet and lovable girl, who is crazy about corn on the cob.......and crab meat! This is a picture of mom feeding Brandy a handful of crab meat.
Of course, this was before the biting-of-the-finger incident. Mom is doing much better, by the way. She says the finger is much less painful now than it was before the surgery. Go figure.

10 comments:

Channon said...

That was the first thing I noticed - all fingers intact! Glad she's healing nicely.

Anonymous said...

My grown daughter, Brandy, has always accused me of giving her a golden retriever's name. I guess I'd better not let her see this.

Vicki in So. Cal.

Donna Lee said...

I haven't had a crab fest since I lived in southern MD and we could get a cooler full of crabs with some old chicken parts. It's good to hear that Mom's finger feels better.

Cindy said...

What a sweet puppy, but I do agree about not eating things with faces.

Charli and me said...

Oh my goodness! Brandy must really like crab! I am glad everything turned out OK. I think I would love to have what Brandy is having for dinner LOL It sounds soo good.

vegasangelbrat said...

Oh what a pretty girl! I love corn on the cob too!
Glad mom is doing better!

Nichole said...

Aww.. .Brandy has good taste!!! She must be a New England girl at heart!

silfert said...

Mmm, corn! We had a crab here yesterday, but he's smiling and playing with his bear now. ;) Glad to see that Mom is out of digital distress!

(Not-So) Cynical Gal said...

I love the look on Brandy's face when she's eating the corn on the cob :) So sweet!

Firefly Nights said...

Cats are wonderful creatures until you need to do something to them -- bathe them, give them medicine, actually anything they don't like -- and then suddenly they've grown into a wildcat. So sorry your mother was bitten, but I'm glad she's doing okay.

Hate to say it but the shrimp and crab look delicious. I love crab, but I won't eat lobster any more because I don't like that they're dumped alive into the pot. Same thing for the crab, but I do eat them. I think the difference is that when I was a little girl and would go to the store with my mother there was always a big lobster tank and I would stop and watch the little guys. I didn't know back then what would happen to them. Maybe if there had been crab in with them, I wouldn't eat crab either. But, I have no sympathy at all for shrimp. The bigger the plateful, the better.