Fur Babies, Uncategorized

Dog on the Roam

Aella aka Lala (my golden retriever) loved when we moved to Newfoundland, we went from having 0.5 of an acre to 3 acres of property and at first, she barely left the yard. Over time though she started to visit the neighbors. She would do her rounds every day a couple times a day, she looked both ways before crossing the street, and everyone loved her visits. They loved her visits so much that all the neighbors started saving their scraps to give her as a treat. Within three months she had gained 1/3 of her body weight. She also developed a couple bad habits, like sitting on peoples step barking at their front door for treats…..not a huge deal but not very neighborly at 6 a.m. I told my husband we need to build a fence because I couldn’t have everyone feeding her (I did ask people not to feed her but some still did or they just throw their scraps out in the woods for the animals and she would find it), and we couldn’t have her barking at peoples houses at 6 a.m. He said no fence, and got a long rope and tied it to the step. This worked okay for a few months until we built our new deck. The new deck was a lot bigger and it’s high off the ground, therefore, it has a ton of supporting beams. Lala is really smart for some things, and not for others, getting stuck/tangled up is one of these others. Every time I’d let her out within a few minutes she would be barking and wrapped around the same post three times, or sometimes multiple posts at once, I’d untangle her and within 5 minutes she’d be stuck again. After a few weeks of this, I gave up. I started only letting her out when I’d be outside with her to make sure she didn’t leave the yard. Then the most embarrassing thing happened…….. Continue reading “Dog on the Roam”


Daily Prompt: Fabric

via Daily Prompt: Fabric

The dress was form-fitting, it covered her breast but you could tell she had no bra on it showed how her breast were plump, curved in all the right places, and that her nipples were hard and erect. He rubbed his thumb over her nipple and rolled it between his thumb and index finger applying just the right amount of pressure while kissing her neck, she moaned pressing herself against his crotch. He was already firm and she felt so moist between her thighs, she’s been waiting all night to get to this point. She wanted to feel his hard dick inside her. She kissed him hungrily letting him know that she wanted him, that she needed him. He looked at her with fire burning in his eyes, his cock upright and ridged with anticipation. He turned her around and unzipped the dress, wondering while admiring her tight ass, if she had panties on.  He pushed the straps off her shoulders, and watched it slowly slide down her body and fall to the floor. The fabric pooled around her feet, she stood there naked, flushed and beautiful.

Fluff Pieces, Fur Babies

My Cat is an Asshole part 2

Phantom aka new cat aka asshole has figured out how to open the cupboard in the bathroom. Not only did he figure out how to open the cupboard, he also figured out how to open the three tier plastic storage thingy (technical as per usual) I have on the shelf in the cupboard. Why does he open both of these you ask? Well one drawer in the storage thingy contains tampons…. 🙄

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Cooking And Baking

Harbour Scallops

Serves 2



4 cups of washed and chopped kale

3 slices of bacon chopped

2 tbls minced garlic

2 tbls olive oil

1/2 jalapeño seeds removed and minced

Fresh squeezed juice from 1/2 a lemon


  • Cook chopped bacon in cast iron frying pan.
  • While the bacon is cooking, pat scallops dry with paper towel. Try to get all excess water out of them. Once dry season with salt and pepper.
  • Once bacon is crisp remove from heat and lay on paper towel to absorb grease.
  • Turn up the heat to med high to get that bacon fat really hot
  • Cook scallops in the hot bacon fat about 2 1/2 -3 minutes per side
  • In a separate frying pan heat olive oil
  • Sautéed minced garlic and jalapeño until garlic starts to brown
  • Add kale and lemon juice to oil mix, and sautéed for 1 minute
  • Remove kale from pan to plate. Top with crumbled bacon and scallops

*I used harbour scallops which are huge so I only used 5, three for my husband and 2 for me. I didn’t give a quantity of scallops because it’s all up to you’re preference and how many you’re family/guest will eat.

Cooking And Baking, Random Thoughts

Gluten Free Cooking and Baking

I am not celiac or gluten intolerant but my kitchen is 99% Gluten Free. My best friend has celiac disease and my husband has a sensitivity, so the majority of my cooking has been gluten-free for the last 8 years.

When you hear the words GLUTEN FREE what do you think of? Most people respond with flour…. which is mainly true… because gluten is a protein found in wheat (regular flour), barley,rye, and oats.  Continue reading “Gluten Free Cooking and Baking”