Constable Breagha

Regular Brèagha is Brèagha when she’s hangin’ out bein’ chill ish.

Constable Brèagha is Brèagha when the cats get into a scuffle, someone yells for some reason, or a noise happens that the Constable deems suspicious.

How can you tell which Brèagha is coming up the stairs?

Regular Brèagha sounds like one dog trotting up the stairs.

Constable Brèagha sounds like 8 dogs racing up the stairs simultaneously and tripping over each other.

“HERE I COME TO SAVE THE DAAAY!!!”

My Dog is Buddy the Elf

Reason 1: A total dork with a goofy, happy demeanor.

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Reason 2: Crazy happy over even life’s smallest joys.

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This is what she looks like at dock diving.

Reason 3: She likes to sit in people’s laps even though she’s too big.

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Also, I know this is highly irreverent, but this picture’s similarity to the Pieta cracks me up.

Oh gracious. What is this?

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That is truly scary.

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She looks more like this version of  Elf in that picture.

Naaaah that’s just her crazy face though. She’s a big softie.

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Idiot.

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Two Thirds of Chopin… The Other Two Thirds of Chopin… and My Brain is Weird

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In other words:

Two thirds of Chopin

The other two third of Chopin

(Completely off topic side note: when you write a fraction such as 2/3 like this, two slash three, that is three halves to me. It doesn’t matter that I know that it’s two thirds. If you give me a fraction problem to do, and they’re written like this, I will say to myself “now remember, that’s two thirds not three halves,” and then I will do out the problem as if it’s three halves anyway. I literally have no control over it. I “know” in a sense that it’s two thirds but I can’t stop my brain from processing it as three halves. However, if it’s written as two over three, like this,

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I read it as two thirds and I can do the problem. Aren’t brains fascinating and weird?)