I have adopted two dogs in my adult life. (Annie was purchased from dear friends and not a resuce pup). Oscar and Henry prove that adoption can work.
The girls happened to have little cookie cutters with some kind of kiddie cookbook they'd received at some point.
The dog cookies were a big hit and super easy to make.
And, because I already had every ingredient on hand, a heck of a lot cheaper than the dog biscuits I usually buy. Because we don't let them have a lot of treats and never table scraps (on purpose anyway), I try to buy treats that have ingredients I can pronounce because I don't want to screw up their digestion or make them fat.
These fit the bill and they were FREE to make. Yes!
I've read collections of short stories before and have enjoyed that type of presentation, so I'm hopeful this will be one to add to the "enjoyed" list.
It's on my Kindle too, so I can tuck it in my purse pretty easily and try to plow thorugh it little by little as the days pass. I'm determined to read for pleasure as that is something I have only been able to do when I travel for SpouseBuzz Live events over the past two years.
I used to be a voracious reader. Then came law school. Then came a child with Reactive Attachment Disorder. I read of ton of casebooks and then read a ton of medical and psychological journals, books written by therapists and tons of web content to try and figure out how to parent my child.
It will be nice to just read to read for once.