FYI, alligator dog treats makes your dogs have rancid farts.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

So I picked up some dog treats at Sam’s Club the other day with out reading exactly what I picked up and what’s even worse is I just handed them out free willy to both of my dogs with out a care in the world. I was like “you get a treat! you get treat and why we are at it you can have even more of these treats!” (Picture me throwing handfuls in the air as my dogs danced around me in excitement because that’s what I did. )


Now I only discovered that these treats were made of alligator meat when I ran to look at the label because not even 15 minutes later after my epic free for all treat hand out, my dogs had some rancid farts. Like I mean you need a gas mask and also need to be sealed into a bubble miles away to get rid of the smell. It was that bad and I haven't given them those treats for a few days now but they still are having some serious gas issues. (gross gross grooooossss)


So what am I to do with this huge over sized bag of alligator meat dog treats? Any ideas? Because I fear if I burn it it will make my whole city smell and if I keep it down stairs in my food storage area my food could possible start tasting like that too. So if you don’t care that your dogs have some epic gas I will freely give the whole giant bag to you.


Any takers?

That’s what's important.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Can I just tell you, that right now all I want to do is become a crunchy granola eating gardening women who does nothing but soak in the sun, rake the leafs and weed until my finger nails are filled to the brim with dirt.

I don’t know what it is but lately this working retail corporate demanding job just sucks not because I hate it because I don’t but because it takes everything out of me. I never have time to clean my house or spend the mornings feeling the breeze on my checks. Most days I could be at work and have no idea that it was raining all day until I walk to my car to go home and that’s just sad.

I envision my self outside watching my kids as they explore until the sun sets and all that’s on the agenda is doing nothing but that. I want that simple life. The less distraction life. The not working until there is nothing left for someone else's life.

I want those adventures, the imaginations, the time to do nothing but everything all at the same time. I want simple. I want my kids to know what it would be like to not have to compete in the “real world” and sell your soul for something that doesn’t get you anywhere but far away from your home and family.

Corporate retail jobs man, they take everything from you and give not a whole lot back.

If we could afford it with out the stress of money I think I would now do it. Stay home, be simple, be here see them all day every day and have great outside adventures.

That’s what's important not selling a pair of soaks to old grumpy ladies.