There has been a lot of soul searching going on in the last few months. Since moving to Texas, my partner and I have been really examining where we spend our time and ruminating over what our focus will be in this new chapter. I turn 30 in a few months, and while I’m really
Woo hoo!! 2000!!!!!! (throws confetti) “Mom, this is pretty and all, but can I eat it?” Matilda is a total party animal pug. She is full of spunk, loves treats and does this adorable thing where she tugs on your clothes when she wants your attention- looking up at you with those adorable brown eyes.
When you’re on a tight budget, it’s easy to rule your spending with an iron fist- a clenched tight, iron fist. It seems counterintuitive to give back when you’re broke, but if I had one piece of advice for finding more abundance in your life, it is to give often and give when it
Max is here! (see original post here) A new foster pug has entered our home, and we couldn’t feel more grateful. Last Saturday, we picked up Max from a friendly Pug Rescue volunteer who had coordinated us as his foster parents, and our lives haven’t been the same since. Max was given up by
I just got a call that I’ve been waiting for- the fabulous folks at the Northern Illinois Pug Rescue have a pug that’s just been relinquished by his owner who will need a new home and some TLC. His name is Max, and sadly, his owner can’t keep him- I haven’t met him yet,