Sunday, April 13, 2014

Welcome to Fire Safety Rocks!!

Thank you Shadowcatcher Imaging!

New picture from my friend, Heather!

How cool is this, boys and girls? Look really close on this picture, and you will see fire safety messages!

We were so excited when we asked Heather to make a picture and she said yes! Heather is really amazing!

We plan on using this print to help raise money for the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation. We will have posters and cards. How cool is that?

In the picture to the right, Heather and her spotted furkid, Cooper, working on my image.

Heather is a fine art photographer living in the San Diego area, where she and her husband run a successfully wedding and portrait photography business. Heather's true passion is letting her creativity go to the dogs and have some doggone fun. Shadowcatcher Puptography is a dog friendly little division of their Wedding and Portrait business, Shadowcatcher Imagery. At Shadowcatcher Puptography Heather captures her 4 footed subjects in a way that lets their true personalities shine. Isn't that pawsome?

Heather's Paw Print series was the result of Heather getting a little restless with the daily editing process of their brides and grooms photos, she began experimenting with some photos of her Dalmatian Cooper and working with some unique layering effects. The result...... a super fun work of art that can feature dogs in a very arty and fun light!

Thank you for the pawesome piece of art, Heather! We love it!

Shadowcatcher Puptography HERE!

New Video!

I had so much fun making my video to share with everyone! As you may know, I have been nominated for a Hero Dog Award by the American Humane Association.

This video shows some of the work that I do to help keep children safe. Hope you enjoy!
Please vote HERE!

Friday, April 11, 2014

Sparkles' Safety Spot: Episode 134: March 11, 2014

Join Firefighter Dayna and me in this 134th episode of the live streamed children's safety show, Sparkles' Safety Spot LIVE from Sparkles' Clubhouse!

Our special guest was Firefighter Bo from the Little Rock Fire Department. Firefighter Bo shared with the boys and girls how hydrants work!

Thank you to Little Rock Fire Chief Gregory Summers, Division Chief Joseph Gray,  Firefighter Bo Hagar, members of the Little Rock Fire Department.

Brought to you by the Keep Kids Fire Safe Foundation and First Alert.

Join Molly the Fire Safety Dog on Facebook HERE.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

A Most Thoughtful Gift

Remember how we have talked about the kindness of others and how they have touched our hearts?

About a month ago, we received a note from one of my Facebook friends, Tammi:

"My name is Tammi. My Son and I follow you. We were out shopping today and he came to me with something he felt you would love. He said it had to be sent. I laughed because he is 21 years old and returned home from Kentucky due to a heart infection to recover.

He does not smile a lot so to see him grinning ear to ear made me happy. I bought what he was holding so we could mail it to you."
Here's the video of me opening Nate's package. I was so excited and so touched.

 I will treasure this always, Nate.



To read more of the touching story, HERE.