I once gave my husband the 
silent treatment for an entire week, at the end of which he declared, “Hey, we’re getting along pretty great lately!”
Dad, can you put my shoes on? No, I don’t think they’ll fit me.
I’ll call you later. Don’t call me later, call me Dad.
I am but just a simple shoutout to my readers. Have a good one =)
It’s 5 o’clock somewhere. Cheers!
Ahoy, lovely reader! Pretty soon you’ll be able to leave messages like this on here =)
Things happen only when somebody makes them happen.
If you say something it needs to be an improvement on the silence
Hope ya’ll having a good remaining day.
  • Review: Rawhide Delicacies


    From Wikipedia.org: Rawhide is a hide or animal skin that has not been exposed to tanning and thus is much lighter in color than treated animal hides (leather).

    I know exactly what you’re thinking… “That sounds sooooo good. I want some.”Ha. And your dog would probably have to agree with you on that.  Almost every dog owner I know knows that the rawhide is the Holy Grail of dog treats. They last forever (if you have a terrier) and they keep your furry friend preoccupied for a good time, while you’re off to doing more humanly things like vacuuming your home or checking snail mail. What I have discovered, though, is that there seem to be different tiers of rawhide. I’d have to say, being the novice dog owner I am, that I started off on the bottom — the plain white rawhides. Then, my sister mailed me a bag of Milk-Bone Dingos, which were special bacon-wrapped rawhide sticks. Beary’s thoughts … “Delicious!” After I ran out of them, which took about two or three months, I couldn’t find them anywhere. But I did find an even better replacement –rawhide chew bones with meat! A-ha! Beary’s thoughts … “Delightful. Just exquisite. Now can have the rest of the bag?” So when in doubt, grab a bag of rawhide bones (with meat, if you can) and your dog will love you for it.

    Pros: Cheap at around five bucks for a week’s worth of treats (check your local grocery store’s pet section), good, gets the job done

    Cons: I’ve read about some rawhide treats staining light carpets, so do read the back label of whatever treat you’re buying if you’re concerned about your carpet.


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