Jul
18
Bedtime Husband

Dating in 2010:
"I have a hard time falling asleep at night with you in my arms because I want to be sure you’re safe and protected."

Married in 2014:
*head hits pillow; three feet away from me*
"Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz"

Jul
16
Ego says, ‘Once everything falls into place, I’ll feel peace.’ Spirit says, ‘Find your peace, and then everything will fall into place.’

Jul
16
Sick Day!

Me: *takes medication before going to bed*
Me: *reads that it should be taken with food*
Me: Fuck.
Me: *takes one huge bite out of a cupcake and goes to bed*

Jul
16
Family isn’t always blood. It’s the people in your life who want you in theirs; the ones who accept you for who you are. The ones who would do anything to see you smile and who love you no matter what.

Jul
14
Jul
10

Forever.

(Source: theseinfeldshow, via besound)

Jul
8

Honestly, I don’t care if you’re a Republican or whatever you choose to be; it’s not even about that. I just want to spread the word (yet again) about the non-evils of birth control. I don’t know how many people have taken the time to look into how it works. Also, I think some uses for it are not often known, and those are some of the reasons I personally use it.

Well, I don’t use it now… ‘cause I’m pregnant.

And birth control helped me to GET PREGNANT. I literally could not have done it without the regulation of hormones it offered me, a woman with PCOS. Because of it, I could calculate the ONE TIME I would ovulate on a schedule once I stopped treatment.

So yeah, birth control can:
- prevent unwanted pregnancy (if you want!)
- regulate hormones to cause pregnancy (if you want!)
- ease medical symptoms of certain syndromes
- clear up that acne, y’all!

Does not:
- kill babies
- make poop turn into ice cream or mashed potatoes
- assorted other magical things

Moreover, it’s not a black and white concept! Yay!

Now back to our regularly scheduled programming of posts about cute dogs.

Jul
4

strangevibezz:

MY HEART

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Jul
4

USA! USA! Happy Independence Day, my fellow Americans.

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Jul
1
 



bi-polar-oid:

dinners ready

( ._.)./ an explanation: 
The dog has an issue where his esophagus doesn’t work right; it doesn’t get food in there right because it’s all stretched out and stuff. So what dog owners (and cat owners and I guarantee you the cat ones look goofier) do is make a highchair and feed them upright so gravity can be a hero. It’s also really cute. 
The disorder is called Megaesophagus. 



I had seen the gif of this doggie eating in his chair before, and I’m positive that I sent it to my husband and brother-in-law in our never-ending message string that showcases dogs being THE BEST.However, seeing it reposted with the above explanation for why this dog is eating in his little chair made me love it so much more. It always saddens me when I hear of people returning animals (or euthanizing them!) for their medical needs or flaws. I mean, UGH. This owner is making it work with a unique dog, and it warms my heart.Our little Savannah, shown here:was a victim of a botched spay when she was approximately 2 months old. She was dumped at a Wal-Mart parking lot and then later rescued and put up for adoption. When my parents adopted her (I dragged them along with me when I adopted Káva), her foster parent said she was so relieved that someone chose her.Because of her botched surgery and probably the infection that followed, she has bladder problems. She will leak urine throughout the day, which causes her discomfort, irritation, and embarrassment (yes, dogs feel ashamed sometimes). So she has to have medicine 3 times per day, lots of trips outside for relief, and a monitored water intake. Poor little girl, but we love her to the moon and back. We don’t mind a little leakage and extra care. XOX

 

bi-polar-oid:

dinners ready

( ._.)./ an explanation: 

The dog has an issue where his esophagus doesn’t work right; it doesn’t get food in there right because it’s all stretched out and stuff. So what dog owners (and cat owners and I guarantee you the cat ones look goofier) do is make a highchair and feed them upright so gravity can be a hero. It’s also really cute. 

The disorder is called Megaesophagus. 

I had seen the gif of this doggie eating in his chair before, and I’m positive that I sent it to my husband and brother-in-law in our never-ending message string that showcases dogs being THE BEST.

However, seeing it reposted with the above explanation for why this dog is eating in his little chair made me love it so much more. It always saddens me when I hear of people returning animals (or euthanizing them!) for their medical needs or flaws. I mean, UGH. This owner is making it work with a unique dog, and it warms my heart.

Our little Savannah, shown here:
Nan
was a victim of a botched spay when she was approximately 2 months old. She was dumped at a Wal-Mart parking lot and then later rescued and put up for adoption. 

When my parents adopted her (I dragged them along with me when I adopted Káva), her foster parent said she was so relieved that someone chose her.

Because of her botched surgery and probably the infection that followed, she has bladder problems. She will leak urine throughout the day, which causes her discomfort, irritation, and embarrassment (yes, dogs feel ashamed sometimes). So she has to have medicine 3 times per day, lots of trips outside for relief, and a monitored water intake. Poor little girl, but we love her to the moon and back. We don’t mind a little leakage and extra care. 

XOX

(Source: bi-polar-oid, via thegirlwhothrivess)

Jun
28

If you’re wondering if a person can/will still awake suddenly and burst into a full sprint up some stairs and save a dog from vomiting on the new nursery rug at 3:10am even though she’s 29 weeks pregnant and was sound asleep — the answer is yes.

Jun
26
How people treat other people is a direct reflection on how they feel about themselves.

Paulo Coelho

(Source: luniz, via kaitmpayne)

Jun
26
Bang, Bang…My Forehead Shot Me Down

Remember a few weeks ago when I irrationally cut bangs SOLELY to cover up a massive hormonal breakout on my forehead? You know, the bangs I’ve been pinning back every single day since then because I hate them? Well, since I’ve done that, the only place I don’t have zits is on my forehead.

So if you need to clear up a breakout that even dermatologists say there’s nothing you can do about — just apply Murphy’s Law.

Jun
25
OITNB Preachin’

Any of you Orange is the New Black fans remember when Daya says something about the women in her family carrying their pregnancies in their asses?

Yeah, well, me too.
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…though I’m also carrying it in my face and every other imaginable place.

Jun
25
How I Know My Husband Could Never Keep Up with the Kardashians:He calls my $6 shampoo the “fancy, expensive stuff.”

How I Know My Husband Could Never Keep Up with the Kardashians:
He calls my $6 shampoo the “fancy, expensive stuff.”