It is the unofficial start of the summer, but Memorial Day is really a remembrance day of those that have sacrificed their lives for this amazing country we live in. In 1967 this day was changed from Dedication Day to Memorial Day. If not for those precious sacrifices who knows what freedoms we would not have. Thank a Solider, Hug a Vet, and remember while doing all your BBQ, parties, and get togethers to say a prayer for the fallen who are not able to be home with their families on this day. Put a flag out and display it with pride!
Monday, May 25, 2015
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
No words even need to be said - I put the Patio furniture out Saturday, but Sunday it was already "claimed"
Saturday, May 16, 2015
Sunday, May 10, 2015
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
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Ten Weeks ago I had a couch potato named Zero. She barely moved off the couch other than to eat and go potty. Ten weeks ago I feared that Zero's weight would get the best of her. Today, ten weeks later, I have my silly girl back. My Zero, who tosses her toy box in search of her favorite pink pony, will drag her bowl across the kitchen to remind you it's meal time, and runs around the yard playing with Dylan. She may not be down the whole 20LBS that she was overweight by, but Zero has definitely lost weight. How much weight you wonder? 6LBS!!. While that may not seem like a lot, to a dog of her size it is a great deal. With the weight down her whole mental attitude changed. She no longer seems depressed.