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This and That....

July 30, 2015

These beautiful flowers are in bloom all throughout my yard.  It almost {almost} distracts me from seeing all of the weeds.  :)

This little man is dealing with some significant pain this week.  Hence my absence.  We spent a good portion of our Sunday rushing him to and from the Emergency Vet Clinic.  The poor guy has Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) and is in a whole lot of pain currently.  He's currently receiving 24 hour care and is all drugged up on pain meds and muscle relaxers.  I feel awful for him and all of his medical issues at such a young age.  Your thoughts & prayers are appreciated as we try to get him back up and running.

J has been working on making a whole lot of this, his specialty - our handmade laundry soap with oxy boost.

And J has also been working hard on this.  Making up tons and tons of soap for our Apothecary store.

What about you?  What's going on in your neck of the woods?

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