to bake for my dog
We got our sweet Cavalier 4 years ago on August 3 and have been chuckling at her stubborn ways since. When she was teeny tiny, every evening at 7 on the dot she turned into the terrorist. We called her that because she would go from being a super sweet, cuddly, floppy puppy into this miniature terrorist that would snarl and rip around our living room, nipping at us, pulling on our clothes, and refusing to listen to a word we shouted at her.
We got her when I was working from home. Cavaliers are notorious velcro dogs, where you are, they are. When we researched the breed it was said to be best suited to "the elderly, stay at home moms, or those that worked from home". Perfect! I was working my dream job and most office days were from home.
|had to coax her out of bed (see, sleeps ALL day)|
I was immediately excited and conflicted. How do I make that fit into a blog wherein I talk mostly about life and the silly lessons is teaches me through my experiences? It clicked into place.
|awake and ready to eat now|
I remember being told when I was young that the jobs of the future hadn't been invented yet. Who knew that my friends would make a killing having their own vlog site, home baking, insta-biz, or high-end dog treats? I was a bit skeptical about whether I would go for this, but seeing the vision that Tess has, has me sold. Healthier treats for your beloved fur babies, power packed with nutrients, that also gives to animal causes once a month - that makes my little millennial heart sing.