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  • Blogging,  Our Pets,  recipe

    Tasty Homemade Dog Food for Keelaa

    After watching the video for making Muttloaf, I decided to go ahead and give it a try. The recipe was pretty easy, and all the ingredients were simple. The recipe I used is as follows: 2 lbs of 80% ground beef  ( I went with more fat content because Keelaa does not get too much fat in her diet. 2 medium to large carrots – shredded or ground 3 medium potatoes – shredded or ground 1 can of kidney beans ( color does not matter) 4 fresh eggs I mixed all the above ingredients in a large bowl as though I were making meatloaf. Do not add any breadcrumbs. I…

  • Blogging,  If we were having coffee

    If we were having Coffee, I’d tell you…life is on the move.

    Busy ~ Busy ~ Busy Oh my, I looked at my site the other day and realized that time has passed since my last post. I missed a whole month. I don’t know how that happened. It‘s not that the homework has been super challenging, just lots of reading and thinking. Today was the last day of Third Term. We got this! Term 3 courses were Human Relations and Social Psychology. They are more related than one would think. They are both about understanding people and why they do the things they do and how best to relate to others, very interesting stuff. I’m glad I read those last few…

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    Animal Friend – Keelaa – The Guardian of the Home

    My friend, companion, and child is a 3-year-old Jack Russell mix. I couldn’t ask for a better pup. Affectionate, playful, loyal, and super protective. She has a love-hate relationship with cats. She only loves them to death if they are her pet. The problem lies with those cats who feel they have the run of the neighborhood. In her rule book, cats belong indoors only. Then there are the squirrels. Those pesky critters antagonize Keelaa. She has their number and knows the trees. Once she raced a squirrel to a tree arriving first only to turn around to meet the creature. The squirrel let out a squeak and raced away in another direction.…

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    Keelaa on Guard

    Life will not stand still, not while Keelaa is in charge. She keeps a sentry post atop by the windowsill looking for those who dare to walk down her road or play out in their yard without inviting her. Insistently she barks for them to pay attention to her or else she will continue until they are no longer in sight.