The F.I.D.O. Principle

Sometimes a single picture truly is worth a thousand words–like this one.

Dixie's nose

Yes, I could have been angry that Dixie snuffled a hole in what was once a good sheet, but…the sheet can be replaced, and the the sheet never made me laugh out loud at its antics. The sheet will be downgraded to a dog blanket and we’ll employ the F.I.D.O. Principle, which is good practice for most areas of life:

The F.I.D.O. Principle =

Forget It & Drive On

F.I.D.O. is especially helpful when you live with dogs, and though *some people* advocate the use of a different F word, that suggests something entirely different that changes the meaning of the principle to one of selfish disdain rather than the freeing experience of forgetting something and moving on.

I’d much rather forget it and drive on!

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