I’m referencing my March 27 post (https://kylascott.wordpress.com/2012/03/27/a-balanced-diet-is-good-for-you/) about the forest product food group and my April 9 post (https://kylascott.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/publish-or-perish/). On Monday night, They went out without us and I thought it was a perfect time to continue my research. They thought They had Kyla-proofed the house. We terriers are very determined. Since They forgot about the reference library in the computer room, I decided to do some referring. I picked out the perfect tome and removed it to the
It was the Cordon Bleu book of bread. I was going to test a theory of mine that pictures of food on forest products make the forest products more tasty.
That’s the way They found the library. Notice that there are junk books-a book on Westies. If They have a Westie question, ask Kenzie because he has practical experience being a Westie and more than book knowledge.
After sampling all the parts of the bread book, I’ve come to the conclusion that the taste is inherent to the forest product and not the subject matter. Therefore in the future, the subject matter of a book will not determine its suitability for destruction and consumption.
Credit is given to Kenzie who played the part of Igor.