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Oh! Those eyes! Just a look and my heart bonds for life!
That is the way it was with Dominic. Our eye me at the animal shelter and we adopted him; more accurately L&L adopted him and he adopted me. When I was sick he was at my side day and night. Now he spends most of the daylight hours with me and his sleep time with L&L on his big, deep, soft, comfortable bed.
I know Rufus is a fast learner, he has the look of knowing a lot and loving to learn more. He also has that look of gentleness that I so dearly treasure.
Rufus looks great!
It's nice to have a doggy companion despite barfing on the carpet or drinking out of the toilet bowl. I hope Rufus isn't a barking dog. Dot just snores.
I splurged this morning and had biscuits and sausage gravy (and a pear). Since I'm grandkid watching today, I figured I need my energy!
Spud, I always liked buckwheat pancakes. Haven't had them in years! Something to revisit.
Randy, that's funny your dog buries her treats. For the most part, I give Rufus bite sized training treats. Sit, get a treat. Lie down, get a treat. Come, get a treat. Currently, he touches my hand with his nose, ("touch"), get a treat. His other treats are long lasting chews, to prevent furniture from being damaged.
Joan, Rufus' sire was 25 pounds and dam was 40 pounds. I think he will top out at about 30. I love big dogs but had to be sensible about my own limitations.
Just one pancake, but I eat another small meal 2 hours later, and another 2 hours after that. I try to fast after that, but not very successfully, yet.
I go to bed at 7 PM, so I get 7.75 hours sleep.
Just one big pancake, Spud? I consider 6:30 AM to be "early rising"! Hope you go to bed early to get your 8 hours.
Daniel, looking good--food for both you and Rufus! If I give my dog a special treat, she just goes and buries it.
Breakfast at 4:30 AM was a buckwheat pancake with a glass of milk.
At 3:57 AM, my day is just starting. I've been out of bed for 72 minutes.
Daniel, what a wonderful buddy you are to Rufus! Not many dogs have such healthy and delicious treats. Do you expect him to be a big dog, or is he the small variety? Yes, it is odd that a vegetarian prepares chicken jerky treats for your dog.
Thanks for the information about canning methods. I'll give both the silicon tops and the glass weights a try.
Your jars look as though made by loving hands. Oh! Your winter will provide you feasts to match any fine restaurant!
It is 3:57 AM. Guess I better climb in bed. Good night.
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