It’s been ONE YEAR (actually longer) since we’ve adopted these loving boys.
What did we get ourselves into!? Totally kidding. I could not say enough positive things about my boys.
We all have a shoe policy. Find out what ours is and what we did to solve a little clutter issue we were having!
With a few materials, you can instantly give your tomato cages an upgrade and make them look stunning indoors.
House plants for beginners! I rounded up a bunch websites, YouTube videos, resources and people to follow who DO know how to take care of plants.
Hanging artwork in our home has made me love it even more for what it gives our home - depth, satisfying colors, new sights to look at, and most importantly the feeling of love that it gives.
Our entryway was desperately calling my name to give it some love.
Then it hit me! A board and batten wall.
One of the misconceptions about retired racers is that they are aggressive dogs because most people have only seen photos of greyhounds racing with muzzles covering their faces. The muzzles are used to help protect racing greyhounds from injury and to determine the winners of close races.
Hi friends! I'm so glad you're here. I can't tell you enough how thankful I am for your support and love. Our sweet boy turned three years old over the weekend. Yes we had a small celebration, and yes I'm going to share it with you - in a few days! You won't want to miss it because a) it's super fun, and b) I'm sharing the cutest things I got for the pups and where you can get your own! As for today, in honor of our birthday boy, I'm sharing my letter of gratitude.
I say this all the time. Time flies. We've had the boys for 9 months and I couldn't imagine our lives without them.
In honor of their 9 month adoption update, I'm going to answer the questions I get asked the most related to the boys. And of course, share lots of cute pictures of what they've been up to!
It's been 3 months since we adopted our Greyhound boys.
Wait, Nash and Roman have only been with us for 3 months? It feels like forever!
It’s about time for an update on the boys since our Gotcha Day. If you missed the post about bringing them home, read about it here.
Warning: this post is going to be filled with pictures. A lot of behind the scenes pictures of what they have been up to!
It is so hard to see these cute, cuddly, mellow boys, and think just a few months ago they were living the life of a racing greyhound.
I have no real experience on what this entails, nor do I think I want to.
But, I have read a few books about it. It’s interesting, but it also makes me tear up a bit. I can only hope that our boys were treated well at the farm.