Monday, July 27, 2015
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Friday, July 24, 2015
Let's see...where to begin...we have had many people coming and going and have had lots of visitors lately.
I received the results of my X-Rays and I am dealing with a tremendous amount of pain due to bone loss in my knees. Trying to stay positive, but still struggling.
Please accept my apologies for not getting around to visit much. There just are not enough hours in the day!
Here are a few "cottage life" shots...definitely random!
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
~Disclosure: Chewy provided us with a sample Andis mini clipper for our honest review. All opinions are our own and neither Chewy or Andis is responsible for the content of this review.~
Chewy's delivery for this month was an awesome surprise! We just fell in LOVE with the Andis Easy Clip Mini. It is compact, yet it really is a powerful all-in-one clipper and trimmer. It weighs only 3.2 ounces (and if you have rheumatoid arthritis like I do...it is MUCH easier on the hands!)
The Andis Mini is just PERFECT for light-duty clipping in between regular grooms, and I find it is awesome for trimming around the face and paws.
Two positives about this little trimmer that I personally love is its small size and the fact that it is very quiet!! LadyBug has a tendency to get a little nervous around loud noises and this helps a LOT when I am trimming her.
If you travel worldwide, you will find that the double voltage is a great advantage!
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Surfing for Cool Foods for Hot Pups over on my favorite site...Pinterest, I came across these easy frozen treats for our furry friends!!
Frozen Liver: Cut chicken/beef liver into small bite size pieces and place on a sheet pan covered in parchment paper. Feed 2 or 3 pieces daily (unless raw feeding and then you may feed regular daily amount). They keep well in a zip lock once frozen.
Frozen Egg: Although this one is best eaten outside, toss an egg or two in a blender (including shells) and blend till smooth. Freeze in an ice cube tray (half way full) for easier dispensing. Do not feed more than 1 per day to ensure proper nutrient absorption.
Frozen Tuna: There isn't much a cat or a dog won't do for tuna. For them, it's just as tasty cold, so freeze in small bite size pieces or mounds on parchment, or even blend with any of the ingredients above before freezing.
They aren't staying outside for too long these days...TOO HOT!
They prefer the A/C!!
Monday, July 20, 2015
We couldn't believe it!
We simply could NOT believe it.
Mama took us to this place that ACTUALLY had a CAT that lived INSIDE!
We have lots of cats that live around us...both neighbors have multiple cats but they are always roaming around outside.
Imagine our COMPLETE and TOTAL surprise / shock when we went to visit this place and right smack dab in the center of the living room is this CAT!!
Not that we don't like cats or anything...we just had never actually SEEN one up close and personal INSIDE before!!
We were very confused and it took mama quite awhile to explain the situation!!
We were good!
No Mischief at ALL!!
We definitely deserve a treat.