Foggy evenings followed by freezing cold nights
make for beautiful mornings...
I awoke yesterday morning to find everything covered in ice crystals...
a gentle reminder that we are still in the midst of winter...
with even colder weather on its way.
Twice a day our dogs line up in the kitchen for "Vit-i-yums"!
Maddie gets her medications and her glucosamine,
and Oakley gets his glucosamine.
They each get a portion of a hard boiled egg and a little peanut butter.
It's a treat they look forward to every day...twice.
We give our large dogs glucosamine to help with potential
(or actual) joint problems. This supplement can make all the difference in the world
for arthritic dogs.
Yesterday, as I emptied the last bit from the dog's peanut butter container,
I was reminded of our old Norfolk Terrier, Hickory
(who passed away a year ago).
She used to love to lick out the last little bit of peanut butter from the jar.
And on this particular day, she ended up like this....
A sweet memory of a sweet old gal.
I will never again see an empty peanut butter jar without thinking of Hickory!
This trip down memory lane was brought to you due to the fact that I spent
the day in the city yesterday.... catching up on doctors, dentists, grocery shopping,
After the dentist, I took a "selfie"
so that you could see how ridiculous my smile was....
courtesy of local anesthesia.
I was numb from the tip of my nose down to my bottom lip.
Did you know that when your nose is numb, you cannot feel it run?
I should have lots to share with you tomorrow...
for today we float teeth!
The horses', that is!