*Audio is a bit crap so maybe use a set of headphones for less crap sound* Felt like recording a little solo tonight. Wanted to try out a few new ideas, some went well some went not so well (tapped slides!) but I wanted the video to be spontaneous, got a bit silly towards the end. Enjoy the faces! Video Rating: 5 / 5
Dog food manufacturers have acknowledged the priceless bonding between you and your pet. In their advertisements they confirm your pet is not a property like your TV or your car. No, you have a real relationship with your furry pal and it deserves the healthiest dog food. Then when your dog dies after eating it, it suddenly returns to being just property and you get the animal’s market value plus the veterinary bills recovered. Is that fair?
Animal rights lawyers and pet owners now argue these laws are outdated and fail to consider the position of pets being companion animals in today’s society. The growing legal recognition of pet’s value is in the spotlight because of the dog food recall affecting over 100 brands in the USA. Animal rights advocates aim to upgrade the legal status of pets to somewhere between property and humans. Dog Food Blog | Best Dog Food Guide
Pics from top:1. winter skies are pretty, but it’s time to make way for spring //2. celebrating love //3. another fantastic target clearance find//4. girlfriends and taco dates ftw//5. my favorite baby boy crawled for the first time at auntie melissa’s house last week! //6. brand new thank you card sets in the shop//7. reading about yerba mate in the bookstore cafe //8. we made vegan buffalo cauliflower bites and they were amazing//9. pretty fantastic package i received from PlanetShoes.com on friday //10. found this gem from 2006; my sis and i hanging sidestage while my boyfriend (now husband) worked //11. a record a day keeps the doctor (& winter blues) away //12. love that my dad saves me copies of fashion week articles from his new york times //13. robbie brought me back my all-time favorite food (chura momos) from my all-time favorite restaurant (little tibet in bloomington, in) //14. drying my valentine flowers
How was your weekend? Despite that fact that it was Oscars weekend (watching the Oscars has been one of my absolute favorite things to do since I was a little girl!), truthfully, this weekend was pretty crap-tastic. I really don’t like to make the blog an outlet for trivial complaints. We all have problems, and an inspiration blog isn’t the place to vent them. That said, I have to say it – this weekend was just plain sucky. Robbie finally got a break after the band’s 5-week winter tour last week, but after just a few days at home, he got a call on Saturday evening that his sweet grandmother wasn’t doing well. So he left immediately and drove through the night to go be with her. I’m hoping to meet him out there over the next day or so, so that we can spend some time with her before he leaves to go back on the road – but the winter storm that’s supposed to come through may force him to head home early. My grandmother has also not been well over the last few weeks, and although they have both lived long and absolutely incredible lives, this is a difficult time. In fact, this month has been difficult in general – lots of loss, lots of stress, lots of time away from my husband, lots of curve balls, lots of winter blahs. There is always a bright side though, and February’s complete lack of awesomeness has made me even more excited for March. Yay spring! Springtime always makes everything better, doesn’t it?
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