I will have to sometimes dress up fancy for my internship. I only have 2 dressy outfits, so I asked a friend who seems to have an overabundance of clothes if she had any to spare. She said that since my birthday was coming up (next month), she'd buy me a couple of outfits. We headed for the 75% off section, found two skirts, a top, and two nail polishes for a whopping $19 and some change! Plus she gave me 4 blouses out of her own clothes. The blouses she gave me aren't fancy by any means, but they'll be good to wear to school.
NOT one of my new outfits!
My mom had such an awful weekend! First, her parakeet passed away. Sunshine was such a pretty bird, and could be a lot of fun. I'm going to miss her.
Then my mom went out to the pond in her back yard and noticed a kitten had drowned in it.
Some other bad stuff happened too, but those were the worst two things.
Have you ever tried Nutri-Vet dog treats? I was not asked to do this post and have not been compensated for it in any way, but I've noticed a huge difference in my dogs after they tried them.
Chico has luxating patellas and I had been noticing how stiff his joints seemed whenever he would sit on my lap. I got him on the Nutri-Vet Hip and Joint treats and he has been doing so much better! He doesn't feel stiff at all now!
Shiver has always been an anxious doggy, so he takes the Nutri-Vet Pet Ease for dogs and I've noticed it really seems to help him too! He's still anxious, but he doesn't seem to get upset quite as easily.
I took the bags of treats to the vet when they went in for their annual shots and the vet gave them the all clear. They get one per day after they go outside to do their business in the morning, and that's all it takes. I don't remember how much they are individually, but they come to about $15.00 together. They only carry one size at the store where I buy them - Hip and Joint is 5.3 oz., and Pet-Ease is 6 oz.