Cute story of the day: Last night my parents went out to dinner to celebrate their anniversary of the first day that they met. It has been 44 years… they first met when they were taking the SAT test in high school and their first date was to Disneyland. I love that they go out to celebrate days like yesterday:)
You’ll never guess where we went yesterday. Oh wait, you will because it is one of the three places that I go to on a regular basis. Costco.
Somebody is too cool to be held anymore.
My mom needed something for Maggie (our 85 lb. doberman) at Costco so we joined her and scored some great free samples.
Just taking advantage of a warmish day with Paige and her family.
What do people do with kids when it is too cold to be outside?!?! I am getting nervous about this winter… Brooke and I might just have to go to the Chik-fil-A playground every day this winter. Actually, I think I will be more than okay with this plan. Their lemonade can brighten up anyone’s day.
The sun started going down so we went to go get dinner.
The reason this place always tastes so amazing and fresh:
After we put all of our kids to sleep I went with two friends to a class at the gym followed by a necessary stop at 7-11 and sitting in the car with the heater on full blast while we talked. Good times.
Do you try to eat organic foods often/sometimes/never?
Dog owners: how much does your dog weigh?
Any cute stories to share with us?
Ashley @ Eat Run Live Happy
I eat organic when I can and when it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.
Congrats to your parents! My parents have been married 32 years. It’s great.
My cute story. My 3 year old acted like she was opening a letter and told my 5 year old she wrote him a letter. She “opened it up” and said… Dear Braiden, I hate your stinkin guts, you make me vomit, you’re sum between my toes…
I couldn’t stop laughing. Too much little rascals!
Runner Girl Eats
I try to eat organic as often as possible. I don’t stress too much if I can’t find an organic version but thinking about starting a family has made me much more aware if what I put in my body.
Your parents are the cutest. What an awesome first date! This weather is kind of eerie. I ran this morning and it was too hot for long sleeves even. That shouldn’t be happening on November at 5am. It’s supposed to be freezing so I need mittens. I would say most of my food when I’m home is organic but when I’m at school I shop at a fresh grocery store anyways so it is pretty much the same thing.
Amanda @ .running with spoons.
Awwr that story about your parents is definitely a sweet one <3
I try to eat organic for certain things like meat, dairy, eggs, and the dirty dozen. Other than that, I try not to get too obsessive about it. As for my pooch, I think she weighs around 30 lbs., but we had a big Bernese Mountain Dog a couple years back that weighed in close to 95. She was like a big fluffy bear.
Shay @ Whine Less, Breathe More
We try to eat organic foods often, but I’m not strict about it.
My dog weights 55 pounds. She has put on weight since we got her two months ago. She was a bit underweight at that time. And still growing. She just turned 1 the last week of October.
I don’t have a cute story, but I have a fact. I went to the gym twice yesterday. That never happens! True story.
Elizabeth @ My Neon Running Shoes
I completely agree with you about Chick Fil A lemonade! I get it a little too regularly! And we never eat organic… I just can’t bring myself to spend extra.
Abby @ Change of Pace
Can’t believe Maggie weighs 85 pounds! Her and Brooke must look really cute together! My dog weighs about 20 pounds. We always laugh because he was supposed to weigh between 8 and 12 but instead weighs 29 and is thin, too!
My husband bought our niece a Brave bow and arrow for halloween instead of giving her candy. Her reaction when she opened it was priceless!
Linda @ running4two
That really is so cute :). Your parents are adorable.
I try to buy organic foods when availalbe, but I don’t stress out about it. My doughnut ice cream sundae last night was organic right???
Cute story…ok, maybe gross and not cute? I was holding Annabelle the other morning and she thought it was absolutely hysterical (deep belly laughs) when I spit out my mouthwash. LOL.
Karien @ Running the Race
Very few restaurants here in South Africa use only organic ingredients… But we try to go organic whenever we can!
Leah @ Running with the Hayneses
Yes, I try to eat locally grown organic produce and pasture-raised meat as much as possible. Want to read a really good book about the benefits of locally grown and raised food? Check out “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle” by Barbara Kingsolver. It’s the story of how her family spent a year eating only local products–totally fascinating, really well-written and I learned A LOT that I didn’t know before!
I wish I had a Costco membership! I live across the street from one actually. I can’t justify it though bc I shop for one!
I have a 1 year old German Shepherd who is all skin and bones but still weighs 65lbs. She is SOOOOO high energy that is is impossible for us to bulk her up. We are sure trying though. With another 10 – 15 lbs she will be perfect!
Allison (Ms. Whirlwind)
I try to buy organic whenever I can, but we’re on a serious budget with me being in school so it’s impossible to buy everything organic.
Here’s my cute story: my daughter and I were in the car and “Summertime Sadness” by Lana Del Rey came on the radio. She’s just learned how to clap, and I swear she was clapping to the beat of the song! Her dad doesn’t believe me, haha. That baby’s got some rhythm!
meredith @ The Cookie ChRUNicles
I love sharing sweet anniversaries like that! In fact, my best friend and I plan to celebrate the day we met in a few months. We met almost 10 years ago while shopping at Baby Fortunoff (New Yorkers can recall the store which is now closed). I was pushing an empty stroller while holding my son who was impossible at the time and she was pushing her peacefully sleeping little baby boy. She felt bad for me so she started up convo in the store. Here we are 10 years later, our boys are best friends and so are we (the boys are 10 days apart).
Sara @ LovingOnTheRun
My dog weighs about 19 pounds which is about normal for her age and size. I try to eat organic if I can but not all the time. I should be better about that!
Rachel @ Undercover Diva: A Sitcom
If I wasn’t a poor grad student AND a vegetarian, I would only eat organic. But, because I currently meet both of those criteria, I can’t afford organic. I LOVE restaurants that use organic and fresh foods. I HATE knowing that vegetables come from a can (or being able to tell). Maybe that makes me a veggie snob. My dog weighs 9 pounds.
Wendy @ New Moms Talk
Cute story- About 2 weeks after we met, my future hub and I were sitting on a bench along the Potomac River in our favorite state park. He tapped my left ring finger in silence. I responded, “simple and plain.”
3 days later he proposed. About 2.5 weeks later we married, very near the bench, but on a pier over the Potomac River. We trail rain in that park often until we moved.
Organic- If we had the funds, we’d eat it more often. I’m looking forward to next spring when we’ll have our own greenhouse filled with veggies. Some seeds are organic and some are not, but given the gardening reality, we’ll be growing them organically.
I usually buy organic fruits & veggies and that’s it. There is a co-op near us that has pretty good prices on all things organic so if I shop there than most of my haul is organic. It might be a little more expensive than normal but I think it’s worth it.
My dog, a basset hound mixed with something, weighs 60 pounds! I couldn’t believe it when the vet told me that. He is so low to the ground that he just seems small. Perfect cuddling size. I highly recommend getting a dog :)
Kari @ Running Ricig
Your parents are the cutest! How in the world do you meet people taking the SATs?? I just wanted to get out of there at the end of the day.
Bungee weighs about 55lbs, I think…
Alyssa @ See This Girl Run
Cute story: at my friends’ race this weekend, one of them was holding their baby niece and I said hi to her and she immediately reached her arms out for me. So I held her for a bit and when they took her from me for a family picture, she cried. I had never met her before but man that was cute! She had a baby death grip on my arm.
Elizabeth @ Positive Change
My in-laws do the same thing as your parents! So cute!
I do eat organic as much as I can especially vegetables and fruit!
Love the fresh looking salad!
Amy @ Long Drive Journey
Brooke is the cutest! I love that she’s walking everywhere!
Love the idea of organic eating, but don’t love the price tag, so it doesn’t happen all that often.
Chelsea @ A Fit LittleOne
I try to eat organic whenever I can afford it :) I should just start going to a farmer’s market haha. My dog now weighs 45 lbs, she is old and keeps decreasing in weight :/. You could take Brooke to the gymnastics place this winter ;).
We have a 1-1/2 yr old German Shepherd who weighs 100 lbs. Oscar is very much a lap dog/snuggle bug, which can be quite surprise/true wake up call, when he jumps up on you to snuggle as your alarm clock goes off in the morning. The best is when he lays his head on my chest and falls asleep.
Awww what a cute story between your parents! So adorable how true love can really last a lifetime. And yes, I try to eat as much organic food as I can. Tea, coffee, produce, vegetables and anything in between (except meat, since I’m a proud vegetarian) :) Anyways, your pup is probably so big! My neighbors huge dog ways 110 pounds, huge yet sweet dog.
Your parents are so cute!! I hope that I am still able to celebrate things like that with my husband 20-40 years from now!
My dog is 85 pounds, and I’m pretty sure it’s pure muscle. She put on about 15-20 pounds of muscle when she started training for marathons with me a few years ago. She’s the best!
I eat as much organic/chemical-free as possible. It is expensive and we can barely afford it but I work in farmworker health (the people who pick our produce) and have heard and read too many things about the dangers of pesticides and the development of children. It is physically hard for me to buy something knowing it’s not organic or chemical-free and sometimes I find it annoying (i.e. I can’t buy canned food because cans are lined with BPA, which we all know is horrible, so I have to go to specialty stores to find BPA-free cans of diced tomatoes), but I just can’t feed my son crap knowing it’s not good for him.
My dog is a big 75lb Samoyed (sled dog) with a ton of fur. He’s so ready for winter!
I have no cute stories, but I will tell you this: While I was at Chemistry class the other night my husband had the great idea to cut our son’s hair. Poor kiddo. At least he’s only one so he still looks cute.
Leigha @ Minougirl
I eat organic whenever it’s not too expensive. Especially organic meat. I wish I had a restaurant like that anywhere near me! I don’t have anything!
I don’t have a dog but ones of my cats weighs 24 pounds. 24. Pounds.
I try to eat certain foods organic more than others, ie – meat and certain fruits and veggies but I am not perfect at doing so! I would say its 50/50 that I actually do. I think lots labelled organic is not any more healthy than other stuff not organic too, so its a fine line not to get tricked into that ;)
My husband and I were married on a 29th and he takes me on a date the 29th of every month. We have not missed a month in our 11 years of marriage.
It’s snowy here today so I’m planning on getting a little sled for my 10month old I can pull around the paths… maybe try that?
Miranda @ Lovely Wife Lovely Life
When I buy my own food (and don’t eat at the dining hall) I try to eat organic as possible! However, it’s also more expensive so it depends on how much money I’m already spending ;) Yay for being a broke college kid!
Ashley @ Saving Money in your Twenties
That story about your parents is adorable!
I don’t buy organic- oops. It’s so much more expensive! Maybe one day I’ll realize that I should… but for now I’m okay with normal foods :)
Sam @ Better With Sprinkles
I don’t buy organic nearly as much as I would like to – student budget! When I’m bringing in more money though, I’ll start paying attention to that sort of thing.
My dog weighs about 20 pounds…and he’s an 8 month old pug. And I promise he’s not fat – he’s just got a lot of muscle in there ;-)
I eat organic as much as I can. I wish I knew what foods *really* should be eaten organic versus those that are really no different, but I stick with the mindset that if I am eating the skin I want it to be organic (aka organic apples/carrots versus non organic bananas and corn). I also only eat locally raised meats. I am more mixed on organic flour, spices, eggs, ect…I need a cheat sheet!
I like organic if it isn’t crazy expensive. Collectively, my two dogs weigh about 25lbs. One of my first dates with my hubby was to Disneyland for my 17th birthday.
My black lab, Boomer wieghs more than I do, coming in at a whopping 125 pounds. My mini dachshund, Hank weighs 12. Boomer is the gentle giant and Hank is my tiny terror. Cute story: Boomer loves to swim as most labs do. Hank always wants to follow along so he jumped in the ocean with Boomer, but he couldn’t keep up. So instead of trying to swim anymore, he climbed on Boomer’s back and hitched a ride back to the boat. To this day that is how the two of them swim. Hank on Boomers back! People think we taught them that and of course I take full credit for it. LOL
Jana @ Happy Wife Healthy Life
My dog is a 2 year old black lab and he weighs about 80 pounds! I am hoping he has about hit his max weight lol! He is my running buddy though that is for sure and he is in great shape, just all muscle! :)
I buy organic if it’s one of the dirty dozen. I do buy pasture raised meat almost always though because factory farming is unethical and unhealthy.
Now that it’s cold out, we take our toddler to the library to get out of the house. He loves it.
mary @ minutes per mile
we recently moved near a whole foods, which means we are eating a lot more organic than before. it’s sort of expensive, but we don’t really have any other option — so, we’re just embracing it! i feel “cleaner” eating this way.
I’m always on the hunt for places like that which serve organic foods… so rare.. sad
I don’t make an effort to eat organic, but I do tey to eat fresh. However I also consume a lot of candy/ice cream which we all know isn’t the healthiest…so there’s that.
As for winter activities, I took my daughter to the dinosaur museum a few times last year, story time at the library, play dates. And sometimes we just bit the bullet and went outside until we froze. She is 2 now and I am having a baby in January and am already scared for the cabin fever.
I eat organic in meats and milk, seriously try the milk such a big difference!
I have a just over a year old great dane, he weighs in at 165 pounds.
I try to eat organic whenever it is in the budget!
I try to eat organic, but it’s expensive.
I have a 6 year old yellow lab. He weighs 106 pounds. :) He’s my baby.
Did you see the ear warmers you mentioned you liked in a post from a couple days ago went to WMTM? :)
Ooh – and matching mittens! :)
I try to eat organic as much as possible… but sometimes it just isn’t available. I have a 65lbs Pitbull and a 90 lbs German Shepherd… it’s fun when we sit on the couch and ALL have to be on the same couch cushion ;)
my sweet dog is just shy of 40lbs. his running keeps him nice and trim ;)
I do enjoy eating organic but even more than that I enjoy eating local – it’s tasty fresh and reduces the carbon footprint! that burrito place sounds amazing – I have been craving a burrito for a week now. want!
Nikki @ grab your kicks
I will only buy organic spinach/kale because it lasts so much longer and tastes a lot better! Otherwise, I try to stay away from the “dirty dozen” if it’s not organic. I love restaurants that feature fresh, local produce! Just tastes better.
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Your parents are adorable!!
I don’t have a doggie… I wish I did. My mom has a standard poodle though. He’s old and underweight. I think he’s like 35 if that. I will buy organic if it’s a good deal, just depends on the price. But I have been trying to buy organic eggs lately. I can tell a difference!
Your parents are so sweet! I don’t know if it qualifies as “cute” but my dad likes to say he picked my mom up in a bus station. :)
(My mom’s cousin’s husband was my dad’s HS math teacher and they (the cousins) also lived across the street from him, so when my mom was coming to visit, her cousin pretended not to know where to go in the town about an hour away where my mom would be arriving and got him excused from school to go with her. It was a total set-up! That was 49 years ago and they’ll have their 42nd wedding anniversary next month.)
My 3.5 year old golden retriever weighs about 75-ish pounds.
I don’t really pay attention to whether or not something says organic. I know I should though, at least for the “dirty dozen”.
My dog (a boxer mix) weighs between 40 and 50 pounds (she was 40 when I got her from the pound in June, and was 40 at her last vet visit in August, but I think she weighs more than that now – we used to be able to see her ribs and we can’t anymore. We also found a food for her that she likes – she does eat organic dog food!)
My story has to do with my dog. Since I’m in physical therapy right now, I do a series of stretches on the floor each night. Bailey takes that as her chance to do three things: 1) get a belly rub by laying as close to me as she can
2) lick my face
3) sit on my stomach to point out how much I’ve been slacking on my ab work.
She drives me crazy, but I have to admit I love it!
Aimee - funfitgirl
I try to buy local, fresh fruits and veggies. I find that I can get decent stuff at Sprouts near my home. They also have really nice organic chicken for pretty cheap! I try to avoid canned goods and boxed foods with more than 10 ingredients – kind of keeps helps me to eat only whole foods.
AND then I’ll go eat a whole bag of candy corn and m&ms. I’m a complex lady.
Katrina in Providence, UT
Organic? – To be honest, I eat whatever I get at the grocery store. Nothing special – the same stuff that my mom raised me on (organic wasn’t around then, so your generic canned goods/regular fruits and meats…) and my sisters and I turned out just fine, so I just buy what’s available or what I can grab. I’m healthy, but not obsessive about it all. My mom smoked while pregnant with me (it was the 70s and no one though twice about it…) and I’m a rare case where I don’t have asthma/lung cancer/breathing problems – and run like the breeze, so I just keep my mind open (not that I’m condoning smoking at all or smoking while pregnant!) Actually, my mom has sworn that if I ever pick up a cigarette, she’ll kill me (and I would never because – ICK.)
My dogs weigh 150 lbs. I have three border collie mixes: Jekyll, Hyde, and Hester Prynn (can you name the books they are from?) I also have 2 cats that probably weigh a total of 20 lbs – Sherlock and Casper.
Katie @ Peace Love & Oats
omg if a guy took me to Disneyland for our first date, I’d totally marry him too.
I try to buy organic when I can, but I don’t stress over it either.
I have four Danes all of which range in weight from about 130-165 ish. Great dogs!
Precious story! My husband and I met on a blind date set up by his BFF. When he proposed to me he repeated everything we did on our first date! :-) I try to eat organic, but man….it can be hard!! We have a 120 lb chocolate lab and a 40 lb 1/2 lab, 1/2 dachshund.
I try to eat organic when I can– but I focus on the dirty dozen!
I would definitely try to look for some kind of active game for Brooke OR more fun times at the gymnastics place! (which you’ll be fine with, I’m sure ;)
I try to eat organic whenever possible, but I’m not strict to it. If it’s offered, of course I’ll take it over non-organic!
My dog is about 20 pounds and walks on the treadmill with me every morning :)
Miranda @ Miranda in Motion
My pup weighs 60 lbs. and I feel good about myself that I can lift her up :)
Remington was 49lbs, but I’m pretty sure he’s down to 45lbs. He’s on a massive diet right now. I’m trying to get him back to 40lbs. He had two ACL surgeries and plumped up in the process. Now, he’s back to exercising and being a normal dog…well normal for him.
Debbie @ Deb Runs
Wow, Maggie is a huge dog! You salad from Mountain West looks amazing! I wish I had better Mexican salad choices here. I have a few, but yours always look better. The grass is always greener…… :-)
I try to eat organic as much as possible. I normally can’t with meat because it’s so expensive but I try to find hormone free, humanely raised meat
Haha it’s so funny whenever you post about Mountain West because my mom and her friend actually put together the random collage on the restaurant’s wall! In result, we got $300 credit there. Cha-ching.
The Hungry Runner Girl
That is so cool! I will think of you every time I go now:)
Kristina @ Blog About Running
I really love the idea of eating and buying locally grown food (and all other stuff). I am not so good about doing it though. I do it when it is convenient but I really wish I did it when it wasn’t convenient too… maybe that will be my resolution for 2014!
Michelle @ 3cheaprunners
It is going to be such a sad day when you give up dt.coke…I don’t know how you can stay away
Katie Did What
Aww your parents are the cutest!! :) I try to eat organic as much as possible, and with the foods that really matter (the “dirty dozen”). I love that restaurant’s statement! We have one here that has a sign just like that on the wall. Makes you feel better about eating there :)
aww that’s a cute story :) my parents met in high school and got married when they were 18 and 19 years old. they just celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary in may!
yum, your salad looks so yummy. i eat organic as much as possible!
We eat maybe 5% organic, but 80% clean. My husband can’t give up white bread… Ha
We have a lasa opso and she weighs about 22 lb.
the cutest thing happens everyday- my 14month old squeals everyday when the big kids get off the bus after school. I love the pure joy of seeing her siblings.
Such a cutie! We buy organic when we can, and we’re working on figuring out more local foods, too!
Michelle @ A Healthy Mrs
I’ve got a 9 pound mini dachshund — she’s pretty cute ;)
You’re parents are so freaking cute, and inspirational…seriously!
LOVE brooks boots with her skinny jeans haha. My dog’s name is Maggie too but she is a 4 lb Chihuahua Weenie haha
Amy @ crazysweatymommy
Organic = as much as possible Watch Food Inc.
Dog = a small 105 pound Newfoundland, a 160 pound Mastiff
I really like your outfit!
I would LOVE to eat all organic because I do believe it makes a huge difference– even taste wise. But, my wallet doesn’t seem to agree with that. Bummer!
I’m a cat person. The kids I nanny for have this huge golden retriever though! She is really lovable, like a giant teddy bear. I take her for runs sometimes whilethe older kids bike and I push the little one in the BOB stroller. Basically getting paid to run?!? Yes please!
When I was four I was mauled by a dog–part German Shepard and part Cocker Spaniel. I was terrified of dogs with “pointy ears” for years after that! I’m still a little leery if they don’t have floppy ears. Silly, I know, but with the scar that dog left on my face it’s hard to forget! That reminds me, I noticed how someone is always right there with Brooke when she plays with Maggie and I can’t commend you enough for that! I am sure Maggie is a sweet dog but animals are just too unpredictable! People always say “oh, my dog is nice, she won’t bite, she loves kids!” etc but you just never know. Brooke’s little face is just too adorable and I would never want anyone to go through what I did!
Taylor @ Singletrackedmind
My parents’ female border collie is huge – 58 pounds! She’s bigger than the boys.
Our dog is an Aussie Cattle Dog mix, and she weighs between 65-70 pounds.
We eat organic food sometimes. It depends on what we can get and when. Price is always a factor as well. For stuff with thick “skins” like bananas and oranges, we generally don’t buy organic.
My husband and I were friends for a long time before we were anything more. Our first date was to DisneyWorld. :)
Heather Eats Almond Butter
Story time at the library saves me during the winter.
Indoor playgrounds – we have a big church that opens theirs up for free to the public which is so nice b/c many of those indoor playground places that charge fees can get really pricey.
A lot of gyms offer indoor activities for toddlers. My local Y sets up bounce houses three times a week for kids.
At home, it can be hard with a toddler since they don’t really have the attention span for coloring, crafts, etc. (at least mine don’t), and so we often just bundle them up and go outside unless it’s absolutely freezing. Oh, and another favorite is our ball pit. I bought 200 plastic balls off Amazon and a plastic kiddie pool from our local hardware store. Big hit!
Good luck…spring will be here before we know it. :)
My big guy weighs 140 pounds. :) He stands about three feet tall on all fours, so it’s (shockingly) a lean 140 pounds. He’s nearly 4 years old and very much so a lap puppy…even if it’s just his head.
Probably the cutest story I have is from about 2 years ago. I ran to Target the night before and grabbed some treats for him, a scarf for me, and a few other things. My dog has serious guilt…he can’t even lay in my bed without his conscious telling me about it when I get home, anyway when I got home that day he had the most SERIOUS guilt face. I looked everywhere and could not figure out what he got into, so I passed it off and went upstairs to my bedroom…and that’s when I saw my Target bag that I was too lazy to unpack the night before. Beside the bag were the few items I had gotten for me and inside the bag was a now opened bag of treats.
I tried really hard to punish him, I truly did…but he only ate about 4 treats and he gently moved my scarf out of the way, so what was I supposed to say “How dare you move my scarf out of the way and help yourself to a serving size of treats?!”?? All I could do was laugh.
For what it’s worth, I’ve since learned that he can’t be trusted around chicken. Before that day I used to say “As long as it’s in a sealed bag he won’t get to it.” but clearly his love for chicken treats trumps the training I did.
I try to get organic, especially since my 9 month old is eating what I eat. We grow some stuff too. We thought of you today as we walked into Trader Joe’s. Our cute story for the day… We went to Sprouts and my baby girl has discovered that if you yell HEY people look at you. As we were walking in there was a guy in front of us and she started yelling HEY at him until he turned around. Once he looked at her and smiled she shied away and he turned around and kept going and she started yelling it again. She’s so funny!
I am answering your question about what to do in the winter: Get some cute winter clothing (for you and Brooke)! Though I prefer sunny days at the park, I lived in Utah during my elementary school years and have some great memories in the snow. Of course, make sure to stock up on hot chocolate. And, yes, I eat organic sometimes. I live in Oregon which makes this pretty easy. We live around dozens of farms and most of them are organic. My husband is in medical school – so we do what we can afford.
We eat as much organic as we can. And no MSG, gluten or or high fructose corn syrup.
I wish I had a cute story :(
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I try to eat organic as often as I can, but mainly eating organic fruits and vegetables is most important me. My black lab weighs 80 pounds!
Sonia the mexigarian
I eat organic and local and much as possible, though this last week was full of candy and eating out which definitely makes me feel different. less energy, bloated and just overall ick. I try to stay away from overly processed foods, GMOs, HFCS etc.
Lando weighs about 60lbs. Our cats Chloe weighs 12lbs, Lobot 15lbs (all muscle) and Gambit is 9lbs of fur.
No cute stories to share. Though one of my husbands best friends had their baby yesterday.
That is a cute story aboit your parents. Sweet.
Where did you get your pink sweatshirt?
I love your parents’ story & that they celebrate it! JAred and I have a bunch of diff dates that mean a lot to us (when we met, first date, etc.), and we always celebrate ’em :)
Colleen @ CSmithRun
I don’t really try to eat organic…currently I’m more into trying to save money, and organic always costs more :(
Our dog is medium sized – maybe about 40-50lbs? Nobody really knows what breed she is, she’s such a mix!
Katie @ Bevo Loves an Aggie
I probably SHOULD try and eat more organic food, but I don’t really pay attention to that!
I have two dogs, and they’re both right around 50 lbs! Almost half of Maggie!
Cute (maybe not cute, but happy) story: I teach high school and got mistaken for a student yesterday. Now that I’m nearing 30, I don’t get that much any more! :)
I try to eat organic whenever possible. It makes me so happy when restaurants make an effort to support local and organic foods!
Aww Happy Anniversary to your parents, that is so sweet! My parents have been together for almost 37 years, it’s amazing!
We used to eat more organically when I had a different job and made a different rate. We do the best we can with what we can afford. It is great that Aldi now has an organic section.
Cute story: This is my first year away at college and every Wednesday my mom wishes me a happy hump day from Carl the Camel. Yesterday it said “Happy hump day! Carl the camel says bundle up because we aren’t in the desert anymore!” Made my day :)
I have 5 dogs at home ranging from 8lbs to 85lbs. We have quite the crew.
Hope your day is fabulous!