Musings on food and life from Beth Bader, the co-author of The Cleaner Plate Club. Ingredients: original recipes, food policy insights, parenting fun, and a dash of humor.
Awesome--I always wanted to do that!
You are on my blogroll shark wrangler!
Thanks. A nod to my crazier, younger days. Someday I will bore my grandkids with stories, and they will just think I am making them up.Thanks for the blogroll link! OTJ, love your site, was just there, in fact. Rooster is adorable.
I love your site and WW picture. Thanks for sharing. Happy WW.Angel Mama
awesome...I don't think I would do that....I am chicken...and I hear sharps love chicken.
now that is some insanity.
Yeah, I was not holding on real tight at that point in my life! Thanks for the visit and the comment.
Wow! I'm not cut out to be a sharkl wrangler.. a kitten wrangler perhaps!
And without a cage too. Great Wordless, here's my Wordless post over at High Strangeness Altoona. If you're feeling saucy click my Alexa link to raise my rating.
Whoa.... you wouldn't catch me doing that! Very brave.Happy WW
Wow! It looks thrilling.
Wow, that is so cool. You are a brave lady. :o)Happy Wordless Wednesday! :o)
Ah, you all give me too much credit. This particular shark had been caught for research and was pretty tired. Picking it up and pushing it through the water is kind of like CPR, it helps the shark recover and be safely returned to its natural state. There is an odd moment when you let go of the fully awake shark. But usually, they have had enough and want to just get away fast.
Great photo. I'm just not brave enough to do something like this:-). Happy WW
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