I’ve been spending the last few days looking back on 2017 – thinking about what worked, what didn’t, and what I would change in the future. It’s been fun to flip through photos and re-read some of my posts. It was a year filled with unknowns (something I tend to struggle with), but turned out to be one of the best yet. I thought I’d share some of my favourite moments and, to keep it real, some of my not-so-favourite moments.
When she’s not driving me crazy, she’s teaching me how to live a better life. Continue reading “5 Life Lessons I’ve Learned from My Dog”
As regular readers of this blog know, Juno is a funny dog. She’s big and loud and rather destructive at times. If she has the opportunity to get into something, she takes it. Most of the things I’ve witnessed her eat are normal for a dog. Grass. “People” food off counters and out of cupboards. Garbage. But there’s a growing list of things she’s eaten that either make me shake my head or worry for her safety. She’s (somehow) never gotten sick which is nothing short of a miracle. Continue reading “Stomach of Steel: 8 Weird Things My Dog Has Eaten”
We recently took our first trip to the cabin this summer. The six-day trip was mostly a working holiday as we had a couple of projects to get done. Continue reading “Lake Trip Roundup”
It was a rather warm winter day. A light dusting of snow blanketed everything outside, the sun glistening off the freshly-fallen flakes. Continue reading “The Great Chicken Heist of 2015”
Have you ever thought to yourself: “man, I’d really love to pamper my dog a little more, maybe I should start giving her spa treatments – I bet she’d love a good foot soak,” but just don’t know where to begin?
Well, look no further. Below, you’ll find the 10 simple steps that led to me becoming somewhat of an expert on the issue. Continue reading “How to Give Your Dog a Foot Bath in 10 Simple Steps”
I figured since she’s probably going to end up being the star of this blog I should properly introduce Juno to you all. For those who don’t know, she’s our 3 year old Great Dane. She’s full of energy and personality and is always keeping us on our toes. On a daily basis, she can make us laugh, cry, cringe, or scream – sometimes all of the above, simultaneously.
Below is a Q & A to help you get to know her better.
(And yes, if you’re wondering, having imaginary interviews with my dog is what I do in my spare time.) Continue reading “Introducing……Juno!”