Oh wait. Huh?
What was it we were going to say again?
It seemed to have slipped our mind…
Well, whatever it was—we wish you all a wonderfully lovely one!
In honor of today, Samantha and Puppydoc have decided to set aside their genetic differences to don these appendages, so that they,
with proper enthusiasm, could wish you all…a Happy Easter Day.
And we hope you have a wonderful one!
As we start a new week, I would like to encourage you with some of my favorite words from Emily Dickinson:
If I can stop one heart from breaking,
I shall not live in vain;
If I can ease one life the aching,
Or cool one pain,
Or help one fainting robin
Unto his nest again,
I shall not live in vain.
Wishing everyone out there a wonderful and blessed week.
It is true that when it comes to guard duty,
Puppydoc doesn’t particularly seem to know what she’s doing…
Despite that, we would still like to wish everyone out there a safe and comfy April week!
Good afternoon friends!
Today, I just wanted to say hello…and to tell you all that I think you are amazingly wonderful. Why? Because each of you are so talented, unique, and beautiful in your own ways…and on top of that….you are definitely the coolest group of bloggers in the blogosphere.
With that said, I will leave you with a well-known but still one of my favorite Helen Keller quotes…
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched—
they must be felt with the heart.”
Heartburn. It’s something that hardly needs an introduction. Most people have experienced it at least once in their lifetime. For some, it’s an occasional annoyance; for others, a serious medical problem. But what discerns one from the other? When and why should it be treated? And what exactly can be done about it? These are the questions that will be addressed today.
I wonder who wins this pouting contest…?
Either way, wishing everyone out there a lovely, very un-pouty week!
Inflammation. Foods that fight inflammation. Anti-inflammatory diets. It has no doubt become a buzzword in the world of nutrition and health these days. But while there’s little question that the food we eat is an important part of staying healthy, some of these diets are being promoted with very big health claims, among them the assertion that they can cure serious diseases. But does the actual science match up to these claims? And should you follow these dietary guidelines? And what exactly do these diets consist of? These are the questions that will be addressed in this post.