I have been having fun posting “Zoe Memes” to Facebook. Zoe is a white toy poodle that my daughter adopted from the pound last year.
In Greek, Zoe means “life.” This stinking poodle, Zoe Baxter, has brought life into our home. She is the quietest, meekest little mousey dog I’ve ever had in a house. She virtually never barks, is calm, sits around looking helpless, and generally evokes feelings of pity for her just by her very existence. Ugh. And to think I generally did not like poodles AT ALL until this rotten little stinker showed up in my home.
My daughter rescued her from the dog pound. She was a poodle factory, a breeding dog for toy poodles. She was 4 years old when rescued and clearly was not that well socialized with humans; nor was she house trained.
I slowly started making an occasional “zoe meme” and sent them over text to my daughter, Zoe’s human. Over time, they gained speed and I was having fun creating them. Then it hit me, why not share this with my Facebook friends and family.
Now, I am going to the general internet with Zoe Memes. Zoe means life, and for the moment, I’ve been centering ONLY on memes that contain the poodle pup called “Zoe.” However, in the future, I anticipate branching out to include any sort of moment I can capture in life that is a “life meme.”
Since I am catching up ‘the internet’ (non-facebook audience) with Zoe memes, allow me to share the 40 or so meme’s I’ve already put on Facebook. Beginning with today, I plan on sharing the memes here through my post and linking that through Facebook and Twitter so that non-Facebook users can enjoy Life Memes, I mean, Zoe memes as well.
And there you have it folks. All the Zoe Memes I’ve published to Facebook (#1 – #44) as of this post. Now, I shall begin to post them to this blog site, and link them to Facebook and to Twitter.
My goal is to publish one a day for as long as I can. Sort of a challenge for no real reason except to bring joy to my daughters life (Zoe’s human), and to anyone who cares for such nonsense as simple stupid sayings based on a poodles life and expressions.
I hope you enjoy and can find some mundane please in some of life’s simplest creatures, like toy poodles!
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