Name That Towel Animal

A small conundrum for your Tuesday….can you name this towel animal?  He/she/it? was made for us on a cruise a few years ago, and I’m still unsure what it is.

I can name this one….

Frog or Toad or some related amphibian

Frog or Toad or some related amphibian

And this one…

Adorable Elephant

Adorable Elephant


But that other one?  Put me out of my wondering and tell me, please!  Have an awesome day and enjoy any other little critters you may see.  Blessings, Lisa

They Love Each Othee (Yes, I Meant That)

My youngest daughter used to always say when she was little, “We love each othee.”  She meant “other”, but it was so cute, and it’s kind of our family thing to say to her now.  Well, here is the sweetest video of a baby elephant and a sheep who “love each othee.”   Come on, it’s short, and it will make you smile.  And smiling’s a good thing.  Happy weekend!  Slainte, Lisa

Can You See It?

What do you see in the rock?


Good job if you said “elephant”.  If you said something else, you’re probably just more creative than the rest of us.  🙂  If you didn’t see him, look again, his trunk is on the left, and he’s laying down in the grass, chilling out by the lake.

When I was younger I used to lay in the grass and look for shapes in the clouds and the tree leaves above my head.  I haven’t done that in far too long.  It’s funny as you get older, you worry about the bugs or ticks that may be crawling on you, and you forget how to just relax and enjoy laying in the summer  grass.  I need to change that in the next few days.

Enjoy your summer day.  Slainte, Lisa