Great way to relax in your yard #BackyardExpressions #Mother’sDay #Father’sDay

dadWe have been working on our backyard to get it the way we want it for a really long time. We are so close. I am now starting to think about furniture to be comfortable and relax and also decorations for the yard. My husband has always wanted a hammock. Backyard expressions has so many different items for you to express yourself and make you comfortable in the luxury of your backyard.

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Loving Pets Natural Value All Natural Soft Chew Duck Sticks for Dogs

cdMy Harley is going to puppy school. She is a very friendly pup but, is very happy, hyper and needs to be trained. When we go to class we need to bring treats with us that she loves and we do not give her unless we are training. That is when I give her Loving Pets Natural Value All Natural Soft Chew Stick. I do break them into smaller pieces so they are easier to chew. As when training you do not want the dog stopping to eat overtime she does listen to a command. These treats are: Continue reading →

Cross’s Mother’s Day Cookie Bouquet

coI love my sweets. My favorite is cookies and cakes. Just in time for Mother’s Day I had received a Mother’s Day Butterfly and Flowers cookie bouquet from Corso’s Cookies. This bouquet can make Mother’s Day extra special with this delicious arrangement of decorated shortbread cookies. These butterfly and flower cookies are the perfect gift for every mother in your life and will be sure to make her smile. Each cookie is individually wrapped to ensure freshness. Each extra large shortbread cookie measures 4-5″ across and weighs nearly a quarter pound a piece. Choose from a 6 cookie arrangement for $49.99 or upgrade to a 9 cookie arrangement for only $10 more and receive 50% more cookies.  Continue reading →

Tylee’s Dog Food A change for the better

tlRecently I had posted about finding a new dog food for Harley.  First let me recap on everything about the Tylee’s food. It is made with human-grade ingredients just like you’d find at the grocery store—real, whole foods you can see and identify, with nothing sourced from China. These recipes are easy to serve—simply defrost and add to your pet’s bowl. Tylee’s can also be used as a topper to make any regular bowl of kibble more enticing. Minimally processed ingredients retain all their natural flavors and valuable antioxidants, amino acids, vitamins and minerals to support your dog’s best health. Grain-free food for dogs can better suit pups with sensitive tummies or allergies. Plus, there are no fillers like corn, soy, wheat or by-product meals. Chia seeds, ground flaxseed and sunflower oil are full of omega-3 and 6 fatty acids to nourish your pup’s skin and help his coat stay shiny and full. Continue reading →

Tylee’s Chicken Recipe Dog Food

tlHarley is a dog that I rescued from a local shelter. She was very sick when I got her. An upper respiratory infection and mange. Her poor little body was fighting. She has since gotten a clean bill of health and I want to keep it that way. I have been feeding her Tylee’s Chicken Recipe Human-Grade Dog Food gives you all the benefits of a homemade meal for your pup, without any of the prep time. Continue reading →

World Vision Global 6K for Water Saturday May6, 2017 #Giveaway

wvSix kilometers (approximately 3.7 miles) is the average distance that people in the developing world – often women and young girls – walk for water each day. This walk can be dangerous, and the water is often contaminated with life-threatening diseases. On Saturday, May 6, 2017, 40,000 people from around the globe will join together to walk or run 6 kilometers to raise awareness of the global water crisis and support World Vision’s water initiatives through the World Vision Global 6K for Water. Each participant’s $50 registration fee supports World Vision’s water programs and each participant will receive a Global 6K for Water t-shirt, a race bib with a photo of a child he or she can sponsor, and a race medal in the mail. Continue reading →

Believe DVD available in stores #Sony


believeFor years, the small town of Grundy, Virginia has relied on the Peyton family to provide the highlight of the year—the annual Christmas pageant. When Matthew Peyton (Ryan O’Quinn) inherits the family business, the responsibility of the Christmas pageant also falls on his shoulders. But as financial hardships fall on the town, Matthew finds himself overwhelmed. Continue reading →