The World According to Lulu: Everything’s Better with Bacon

Hello. My name is Lulu. I am a dog.

I live in a house. With a yard. With two humans. They are mommy human and daddy human. They are my family. They love me.

I take my humans on long walks everyday. Sometimes I take daddy human. Sometimes I take mommy human. Sometimes I take them both.

This morning I took mommy human on a walk.

She was walking kind of funny like I did that time I stepped on the ant hill last summer. A bunch of ants came running out and bit my paw over and over again. You wouldn’t think a bite from a tiny little ant would hurt very much. WRONG. It hurt so bad. I held my hurt paw off the ground and hobbled along on three legs. I didn’t see mommy human step on an ant hill, but I I know she was hurting because she hobbled along on our walk this morning just like I did last summer. read more

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Truth

The Good

I don’t often review products, but every once in a while I stumble upon something so fabulous, I decide to share it with the world. Today I bring you Weiman Stainless Steel Cleaner and Polish. It’s easy to use and really works. Just spray on a stainless steel surface, buff with a paper towel and voi la!  Every claim made on the label is 100% true. This product provides streak-free shine and even prevents fingerprints and smudges.

I’ve tried glass cleaner, vinegar, soap and water and a variety of all-purpose cleaners on my stainless steel kitchen appliances and NOTHING works as well as Weiman’s. read more

The World According to Lulu: Meet Patrick Starfish

Hello. My name is Lulu. I am a dog. Welcome to my world.

I live in a house. With a yard. With two humans. They are mommy human and daddy human. They are my family. They love me.

Today I would like to introduce you to my new friend, Patrick Starfish. He arrived last week. He is part of my family. I love him.
My best friend forever is Josie. I love Josie. I get excited when I see Josie. Josie is a dog. Like me. She lives in my neighborhood. In a house with a yard and two humans. She also has a new friend. His name is Augie. Augie is a puppy. I call him Augie-doggie. read more

Brilliant Assessment of the Current Pervasive Madness

How Cultural Revolutions Die – Or Not
by Victor David Hanson

They eat their own, unless a cruel dictator rises to unite and control the mob.

Unlike coups or political revolutions, cultural revolutions don’t just change governments or leaders. Instead, they try to redefine entire societies. Their leaders call them “holistic” and “systematic.”

Cultural revolutionaries attack the very referents of our daily lives. The Jacobins’ so-called Reign of Terror during the French Revolution slaughtered Christian clergy, renamed months, and created a new supreme being: Reason. read more

Just Another Ordinary Day Sheltering in Place 4/16/2020

Sheltering in place has afforded me the time to ponder certain things. Today I am pondering my hair. I suppose it’s because I am sporting a stylish pixie these days and I am way overdue for a haircut (and color). Check it out.  Please note, I don’t normally wear that much makeup… or sparkly stuff.  I was prepped for a ballroom competition. Anyway, for the first ten years of my life I sported a very short, not-so-cute (or at least that’s how if felt back then) pixie haircut. That’s me… top row, second from the right. read more