Monday, October 20, 2014

Beach Day












The butterflies are making their migration, and the beach was littered with their poor bodies.







Nola, always willing model.

Pike, pretending he's in a Pantene comercial. 




If you look closely you can see a dolphin. There was a whole pod of them. This one is almost in the center, just a hair to the left. 

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Black and White Sunday


Nikon D3300
35mm lens
1/160
f/1.8
ISO 400 

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Friday, October 17, 2014

Say What, Sweetie? Reviews Un-FROG-ettable Designs

Hello, Blogville!

It's time for another installment of Say What, Sweetie! I hope you've all had a wonderful summer and are enjoying cooler fall temperatures!



I have some exciting news and it ties in with todays Say What, Sweetie. I've wanted a standard poodle for quite some time and this summer we added a beautiful white girl to our pack. She's a two year old, super sweet dog that we named Juniper. She came to us thin and scared with a horrid coat, but after two months of loving care, dedicated grooming and a raw diet, she's looking amaze-ing!



She came to us in a rather hideous collar (DN: ONE collar, sweetie!! That poor dog! S: Yes, Nola, I know...just *one* collar!)

Nola was nice enough to select for Juniper a beautiful martingale collar from Un-FROG-ettable. Thank you so much, Donna of Un-FROG-ettable! It's lovely! We selected a black and white pattern with a beautiful bright blue liner and (my favorite part!), SPARKLES! We went with the 2inch width and it looks so great on her.



She's been wearing the collar about 2 weeks now, daily, and it still looks good. Juni is a very active girl who deeply enjoys sand and dirt...the collar could use a wash, but still is keeping her looking like a diva doggie.
Day we got it

Today



Initially, I had some concern with the D ring, as it's not the thickness Ive seen on other collars. After contacting Donna, she reassured me and even offered to replace it with a heavier ring, free of charge. That's customer service! I decided to wait and see, and I'm glad that I did, as it has held up just fine.



I love that the tag is on the inside, instead of interrupting the design on the outside.




I would highly recommend Un-FROG-ettable Fair warning, though, there are SO many cute patterns that it will be hard to pick just one!

On an unrelated side note, I'd like to thank Chewy.com for the beautiful condolance flowers for the lost cats from Life with Ragdolls.  What a sweet gesture that really helped to cheer up an otherwise painful time.

Stay well, Blogville! See you next time on, Say What, Sweetie!

Warmest Wishes,
Sweetie and Juniper