Hey there! I've been up to my elbows in the Konmarimethod of my house that I haven't blogged much this week! I'm afraid next week is going to be more of the same, but y'all, it's looking so much better in here! You collect so much crap when you don't notice! You may have kept up with the progress if you've been following my Instagram... it's a lot! A few of my items I've listed for sale on the TACShopMyHome Instagram account... go check those out for some steals!

On top of that, we traded in the beloved Jeep wrangler that we have the best memories in Hawaii with, for a more adult, comfy car, so that was a process! It's been a hectic week, my friends!

For today, I'm teaming up with the lovely Aimee from AimeeLynn Photography for Finding Beauty, a link up that happens every Friday, where you capture beauty and share it with everyone. It's sooooo important to stop and look around every once in a while. Life happens so quickly!

This is my photo for the week. I picked up this gorgeous blue hyacinth plant at the local Trader Joe's, and I couldn't wait for it to bloom! I patiently waited for a couple days, thinking it would take longer. Then, it started going horizontal, bloomed practically overnight, and just makes me laugh! This baby REALLY wants to be outside about as much as I do! Too bad it's still really cold here.

Part of the co-hosting duties is to pick my favorite photo from last week's link up.  I chose Alyson's photos because 1. I'm a sucker for flowers, and 2. that last pink flower photo took my breath away! She captured it so beautifully! Go over to her blog to see what I mean!

Now, it's your turn! Link up below and share your blog post with a little bit of beauty you've found this week!

I've got the horizontal blues


Whew! It took all day yesterday to clean out my closet! Many things are going to be donated, some are going to Thredup (Click here to get $10 on your first purchase from them!) and some are going on my shop-my-home instagram account! Sayyy whatttt? Yes, I made an instagram account to sell certain items, follow TACshopmyhome to see those steals go up today. The first person to comment with their email address and zip code gets the item! I'll send an invoice at the end of the day.

I am also doing a 50%, yeah you read that right, FIDDY percent off everything in my Etsy Shop! I'm clearing out that space too, my friends! Use coupon code "HAPPYFLASH1" for that!

  I gotta tell ya, there was about 10 different times where the mess was consuming my bedroom, I felt like I was getting rid of a lot, but the piles weren't going down! I wanted to cry, scream and just close the door like it never happened. At the same time, I really wanted to trust the Konmarimethod of cleaning up.  If you haven't read her book, you should! The Magic of Tidying Up by Marie Kondo. It's life changing, and it's what's inspiring me to live with less in order for my home to stay clean and orderly.

I'm off to list things to sell! This is refreshing, ole Marie Kondo was right about that!

How do you organize and clean?
Cleaning out! And a mega sale!


I am sick and tired of having so much STUFF!

Everywhere I turn, more stuff that's misplaced, making things messy, needing to be put up... organized... gone through to make it look neater in here...

I'm over it! 

And, if I'm honest with myself, having the "stuff" we have now, we will never fit into a tiny or small-ish house in the future, which is our ultimate goal.

Not to mention my focus words for 2015 are: Simplify Everything

I've heard about this book for a couple of weeks now, and the more I read of it, the more I'm determined to let it inspire me to "Konmarimethod" my whole.entire.house. If you haven't heard the buzz about this book, do yourself a favor and google it! 

This means I may not be blogging much this week, but if you're following me on Instagram, you'll see the progress! (Click here to follow me)  Or just wait until next week when I update you on my progress. It should be interesting, folks! 

Have you read this book? Your thoughts?

What are your tips for decluttering? Share with me below!

Ya know what?


*This post contains affiliate links and items that were given to me for free, in exchange for my honest opinion.

 While I thoroughly enjoy working with companies and getting to review amazing products, for free, and let you know what I think about them, I know that too many product reviews a week can really turn away readers.

 So, I decided that just one post a week, most likely on Wednesdays, with all of my reviews crammed into it will do just fine. This is that post, just a day late.

  First up is a product that came to me from Influenster, the Neutrogena Hydro Gel. I was, as always a little skeptical of products like this. I have the typical T-zone type of skin, so I don't like slathering moisturiser all over my face because it tends to feel like too much gunk on my face, and never completely soaks in. And the last thing I want on a hot Summer day is a face as shiny as a new penny.

  This product promises that it is light, and soak in quickly- your perfect Summer moisturiser. I have tried it for 2 weeks now, off an on, and I do like it. I feel like at night, it's perfect. For the morning, I use a moisturizer with SPF, so I had been in the market for a lighter one for nighttime. I checked prices in my local stores, and it's a tad expensive for the amount you get, $29 for the bottle. At least, pricey for me, but I did check and it's cheaper online, so I may have to order from there.  I have yet to check the ingredients on Ewg.org- Skindeep to see exactly what it is I'm putting on my face, but I think if that checks out, this is my new summer moisturizer!

  Next up on the list is this gorgeously girly coat from eShakti.  You may have noticed a couple of dress reviews going around the blogosphere over the last year, and there is good reason for that. This company is awesome! You choose what you like, and then they customize it to your exact shape! I mean, for a tall girl who isn't a bean pole, this is music to my ears!

  The ordering process was a breeze, the hardest part was choosing only ONE thing! And then, of course, measuring yourself to make sure your item is going to fit perfectly.  This coat was so comfy, I feel like I can wear it on an all day outing and not feel like a giant marshmallow smothered in layers. Very well made and  oh so pretty. Once it warms up a bit more, I'm going to put some black leggings and my black knee high boots under that baby and be able to get actually cute sightseeing photos rather than the old black (or green) Winter coat hogging up the photo.

 I had ordered a dress first of all, and it turned out to be too big once I actually got it.  I contacted them, and they were happy to send over a return postage sticker, and were so helpful when I ordered the coat instead. Good customer service saved this review! I mean, the coat is nice, but what is nice things when you have tons of trouble with the company?

Another thing I reviewed from Chewy.com is these Blue Buffalo Dental Health Chews. Y'all, Ginny devoured this big bone in mere seconds! Girlfriend couldn't get through it fast enough... which caused her to hack for the majority of the day to cough up a piece that wasn't chewed properly! I know it's for their teeth, but this was just a little too big for her, so I'm cutting them into smaller pieces and also researching the doggie heimlich and CPR... ya know... just in case :) Chewy also included a little squeaky toy for her, which she loves but she's so awkward she doesn't know quite how to play with the rubbery things yet. She's all about the cloth squeakers. Never the less, I will be buying these for her when she runs out, just the smaller sizes!

Lastly, I have a new book from Blogging for Books.org.  If you haven't signed up with them, you are really missing out. Just this year alone, I have about $100+ worth of cookbooks from them, and they are all so sweet! OK, ok... the book I received now is Salad Love by David Bez.  This guy tried a salad a day for a year. Now, I'm going to admit here that some of these salads sound kinda wonky to me. I do take calculated risks in the kitchen, but some ingredients just don't sound like they'd mesh well together. Maybe I just need to shut my mouth and try them to know for sure!
  The book is thick, with heavy pages and gorgeous photos of the salads on every page. I find that nice so you at least know what you're dealing with! Recipes seem simple enough, some of the ingredients are a bit pricey, especially if you are feeding more than one person, but all in all it's an okay cookbook.

The one thing I feel this book was missing is calorie counts. It isn't a necessity, but I am going to more salads because I want to eat healthier and lose some lbs, and this book doesn't have that kind of info. Not a bad book, and one I will definitely break out when I'm tired of the same ole salads, but it won't be my go-to for salads like I was hoping it would be.

What are you loving lately? 
We got dog treats, coats, moisturizer and some salads here


Woo! I don't know about you, but I had a fabulous weekend! Two, count 'em TWO days in a row we grabbed Ginny, our books, snacks, water, and took off to soak up some sunshine and fresh air at the park. I was in heaven, my friends. Put my mood right and my heart grateful for Spring, so I thought I'd join with Emily from Ember Grey for Grateful Heart.
Grateful Heart w/ Ember Grey

 I am BEYOND grateful that this past weekend was warm enough- (well, 50's) for us to get outside and enjoy the fresh air. It refreshes my spirit more than I ever thought it would. I have two Midwest Winters under my belt, and y'all, that's not an easy task! Besides the folks in Alaska, I think I just may be the happiest girl in the world now that I can go outside without my eyeballs freezing to my skull.... it happens, trust me on this.

  That being said, it still has a chill in the air at some points throughout the day, so I'm still lugging out my warm scarves. Never fear, scarves are one of my favorite things, so I've made scarves for all seasons, and will break out the Spring scarves soon, but for now, I need that little bit of warmth still. And, since I do want to sell all Winter scarves, please enjoy 25% off in my Etsy shop this week! Use coupon code, SPRINGYALL (heehee) 

I hope you get to go outside and enjoy the nice weather we're having. It's been a hard Winter for me, and it refreshes me like no other when I can enjoy the sun during a bible study.

How are you enjoying/celebrating Spring? Comment below!

AND... last week this will be up, please take 2 minutes tops to fill out my reader survey! There may or may not be a prize giveaway for folks who've entered... ok, I can't keep secrets, there WILL be a prize! Yay! So go now...

Grateful Heart & New scarves... it's still cold!


In spreading more awareness for Endometriosis, I published this last year, but I wanted to share it again.  Y'all, if you have someone in your life,  going through infertility, please take a moment to read this. It's so painful on it's own, but when your friends or family members just don't understand, it's another sucker punch to the gut.

  There are days that I think I need to wear a sign that says- I have Endometriosis and cannot have kids, stop asking. Other days, God gives me more grace than that to handle the whole situation, and I can explain it all with a smile on my face.  Fact is, for us, being in our 30's, married and NOT having kids really encourages others to ask why, when will you have kids? do you even want kids? what's the deal? And honestly, when I get asked that question, even if it's someone who I've known forever, it's like they just sucker punched me in the gut. Infertility is hard people! If I want to talk about it with you, I will, no need to poke and prod me- the doctors do that enough! :)

  So, I thought I'd share a little infertility etiquette. Some folks may think they are problem solvers and mention certain things to you that the think you haven't thought of. Trust me, I have researched everything I could get my eyes on for thousands of hours over the course of 12 years, your suggestion is nice, but not needed. And I understand that once someone knows about your situation, they offer advice from a good place in their hearts. And for that I am thankful that they care. But just know that each statement brings back a flood of pain that we just didn't want to deal with at that moment. Here are some statements and or questions you really should keep to yourself:

God will bring you a baby when you're ready.... Yes, I know this. God and I have had many many many long conversations/pleads/begs/emotional outbursts/hissy-fits about this subject. I know.

Have you guys thought about adoption.... With my case, after the doctors seeing that the only way to give me my life back was a radical hysterectomy, me having my own child is out of the window and so of course we have thought about adoption- it's the only way we will get a kid.

Did you freeze your eggs... No, why- did you freeze yours? I mean come on, this is like asking a guy if his sperm is swimming good. Way too personal.

I'm pregnant! Yay! You can babysit any time you want!...We are happy about your pregnancy, we truly are, but no, babysitting your child will not make me feel any better about the fact that I don't have one. Thanks though. And be cautious in your words-  I understand everyone is excited about it, but if that is the only topic of conversation for the duration of the pregnancy- I will not want to talk to you. It might be petty, but I don't think it's too much to ask for other topics in conversation at least half the time.

Just relax... it will happen when it's supposed to.... Did you just seriously tell me to relax? The old cave woman DNA tells us to have kids and nurture our family. You have that threatened or abolished and then have someone tell you to relax. Not gonna happen.

Just think, you'll be able to travel, have money, sleep late, do anything you want without kids!... Do not minimize the problem and please do not think, for one second, that I'd rather have all worldly possessions and opportunities instead of a child. Do I seem that shallow to you?

Maybe some people aren't meant to be parents...How cruel are you? Do you think God thinks I'm such a bad person that I can't be trusted with a child? Am I any worse than parents who abuse their children? Who sell them off to human traffickers? Don't you think God would've prevented the pregnancies in women who just planned on getting an abortion in the first place? Infertility is a medical condition, not a punishment from God. 

Don't make dumb jokes just because you don't know what to say... Don't joke about "Oh I'll donate sperm or eggs" I do not want your sperm or eggs! If you don't know what to say, just say something nice like, "I'll keep you in my prayers" and that's it. Change the subject! 

You're so lucky you don't have to push a baby out/have swollen ankles/gain 50 pounds/be overly emotional...Don't complain about your pregnancy... Fact is, I'd trade places with you in a heart beat. Don't be inconsiderate. 

Like I said before, infertility is hard. Unless you've been through it yourself, please don't tell me what we should or shouldn't be doing. I've never been and never will be pregnant so I won't order you around about your pregnancy. Deal? Deal. 

And this may seem angry. Truth is, most women who have trouble with infertility are angry when others speak so nonchalantly about it! We have a daily battle with the Devil telling us this and that, we may have a pity party and cry about it, we may have jealousy issues at times, and many more bad things and thoughts because our hearts are breaking about this issue. The only thing that keeps me going is knowing God has a plan for my life. Maybe it's to raise awareness about Endometriosis, or to help a fellow gal through her surgeries and infertility issues, to offer comfort to who ever needs it- wife, husband, even friend to the couple with the infertility issues. And maybe it's God's plan that I don't pass this down to a daughter because honestly, knowing that I could pass Endometriosis down, would absolutely break my heart. There is no way on God's green earth that I would wish this on anyone, much less my own child. 

There are millions of ladies going through infertility issues, all I ask is that you read over these and hopefully never say these to those ladies again. Be considerate, be truthful, but come from a place of God, put yourself in her shoes and choose your words carefully. Hey, sometimes we don't need words, just a hug will do!

Do me a huge favor, share this post anywhere and everywhere... let's get more awareness out there! 

What NOT to say


Folks, it's been hard to blog lately. I get on spurts, knock out a couple posts, schedule them, and then I.... don't blog for a week or more... (cue duh-duh-dunnnnnnnn music)

BUT, I couldn't help posting for my Sharing Scripture link up. I totally forgot about it on Thursday, until I was reading Charlene's blog !   Sharing Scripture is the once a month link up to share all of your hand lettering projects, typography and photo shopping skills showing off your favorite scriptures! This link stays open for a month, so come back and link up!

I choose this because I love heights! My Mr. does not. And he got on that ferris wheel with me and even if he was nervous or scared, he never showed it. That is love. And it reminded me of this phrase.

 Often times, we don't do something out of fear. It could be a fear of heights, fear of rejection, fear of embarrassment, or fear of judgement. We censor ourselves from talking about God just in case the other person doesn't believe in Him, or they think we're some sort of bible thumping person who is just going to shout verses at them all day long. 

And, when I start feeling this way about putting "Too much Christian posts" on my blog, I remember that 1. people come to this blog to read about me- my life and my thoughts. and 2. If they don't like it, they can click out of those posts. It doesn't hurt my feelings at all! 

A little housekeeping: 

We are now accepting co-hosts for Sharing Scripture! Please leave a comment saying you want to co-host below, and I'll send an email over to you about it! EKK! So excited about this!

Please check out all the rules, and play nice to follow them.

Here's the low down:
  • This will be on the first Thursday of every month, for now. The Linkup stays open for a month, so fit your blog post into your own schedule, and then link back here!
  • You are to follow your host, me (for right now, there aren't any co-hosts), on Bloglovin'.
  • You are to link specifically to the blog post about scripture. If you link just to your blog, your link will be deleted.
  • Spread the love! Comment on the person who linked up before you, at least! You can comment on how many ever blogs you'd like, but let's play nice and leave encouragement on the person in front of you.
  • Lastly, but most importantly, put the "Sharing Scripture" link up button somewhere in your blog post so others will learn of this cool little link up and join us! The link up will stay open for 7 days, so plenty of time to link up if you're running a little late!   This one is so important, ladies. I want to promote you, but I also want to get the word out about this cool little link up! So, I hate to say it, but your post may be deleted if you're not putting the link up button on your post, somewhere, anywhere, it just needs to be there! Thanks for understanding. 

The Artsy Cajun Sharing Scripture

Sharing Scripture, the one where I forgot


I'm joining in on the national day of unplugging! Except for emergencies, I will be incommunicado and diving into books, bible study, hand writing letters to my pals, just enjoying the day! Will you join me?

Check out this article from Treehugger.com on the day!


What would you do with a whole day of unplugged time??

National day of unplugging


Last year, I published the hardest post of my life, on here... for the world to see. I hope that it spreads more awareness to this horrid disease. Take the time to read it, learn about it, share it on Twitter, Instagram, everywhere... it's time for a cure!

*I'm going to introduce this post as the Never Share Endo Story because it was just that- a post that I vowed to never share. My heartache and pain overwhelmed me one day and I just thought if I wrote it out that maybe I'd release some of the pain. I never planned on sharing this, but I feel if we are going to get closer to a cure, more people need to know. And since this incurable disease continues to rip my life apart, why not spread awareness during the official Endometriosis Awareness Month? I had to share it. And there will be many posts about this disease throughout the month. I hope you support and join me in spreading awareness.

  There are days that I think I need to wear a sign that says- I have Endometriosis and cannot have kids, stop asking. Other days, God gives me more grace than that to handle the whole situation, and I can explain it all with a smile on my face.  Fact is, for us, being 30 and married and NOT having kids really encourages others to ask why, when will you have kids? Do you even want kids? What's the deal? And honestly, when I get asked that question, even if it's someone who I've known forever, it's like they just sucker punched me in the gut. Infertility is hard people! If I want to talk about it with you, I will, no need to poke and prod me- the doctors do that enough! :)

  (If you want to read more about the actual disease, please click the link- John Hopkins- Endometriosis, and at the end of this post, I will include more links for you to check out.)

  My case is a little different. I have had trouble with my body ever since age 11, painful monthly experiences, catching every cold, flu, virus that passed within a 5ft range of me. At age 18, I went to my first ob/gyn and she suspected it was Endometriosis, and put me on birth control. I say suspected because the only way to confirm the diagnosis is with exploratory surgery. At 21, I had a laparoscopy done of my abdomen and they found Stage 4 Endometriosis (the worst kind) - everywhere. Not only on all of my reproductive organs, but growing up my ab muscles, covering my intestines and attaching them to themselves, outside of my lungs and had even attached on the outside of my heart sac. She said it's as if an Endometriosis bomb had went off inside my body cavity. The doctor lasered off what she could, but then it was on to birth control that prevented me from having a monthly cycle in hopes that by suppressing the estrogen that it would control the Endometriosis and it wouldn't get any worse than it was.

  Fast forward a few painful years to 24- my life was nothing but pain and not being able to fully live without pain medicine, that I didn't want to take. I couldn't work as they would probably fire me for taking too many sick days. The pain was unbearable to the point that it was impossible to do any housework, to even go shopping, much less any fun get-together or event. My mental state as well as my relationships were at an all time low. I simply could not go on.  After praying day in and day out, (and boy was my faith tested to it's limits at this time)  and coming to the conclusion that I couldn't possibly deal with this anymore, I had to get my life back, I went back for another surgery. This doctor specialized in Endometriosis and it's very rare to find one that does (thanks to God for sending me to him). I was so thankful that he agreed to take me as a patient. Having studied my chart & files, he called me in and we discussed options. He was willing to go into this as a "clean up surgery" meaning going in and getting rid off any adhesion he could, saying that this could possibly leave my reproductive organs for a few more years, only lessening the pain a tiny bit.

  Then, he brought up the bad news- if he went in and there wasn't any good parts of the reproductive organs, would I be OK with a partial hysterectomy. Let me just stop and say this here, I was raised Catholic. Hence the reason why I didn't get to an ob/gyn before 18. Not that I disagree with my parents decision, but the thought of taking birth control much less having surgeries that prevented my God given right to have as many children as God wanted me to have, was not okay with my parents. I love them dearly for raising me with such strong faith because if it weren't for that faith, I would probably be... well, who knows where I would be and what state I would be in right now. But I know that I wouldn't be the person I am today without that faith.

  Continuing, the surgery lasted hours longer than expected, and he came out to tell my family that there was nothing he could save. All of my reproductive organs were completely demolished by this retched disease and he had to remove everything. EVERYTHING. A radical hysterectomy.  I was 24 and would never be able to conceive, carry, or birth my own child. Since this is not what we fully expected, harvesting and freezing my eggs was never brought up beforehand. The doctor and I both thought he could clean it out a bit, and give me a few years to try to have a child. But this wasn't what was in the cards for me. My body was a war zone between it and Endometriosis, and Endometriosis had won.

  This is so difficult to talk about. Y'all, as I said in the beginning of this post, I never wanted to share this. It hurts too much to go back to surgery day when I woke up and my Mama had to tell me that the Doctor had removed everything, and that I would never be rid of this disease, that I would have to be on Hormone Replacement Therapy for the rest of my life, and that I would never have my own children. It hurts so much to relive what I felt for the next months to years, as I frantically tried to get a grip on what had happened to me, and what would never happen to me...carrying a child. The long months and years of trying to figure out why this happened to me. My whole family jokes that everyone is "Fertile Myrtles" and have no trouble having babies. WHY ME?


  I sit here with a tear stained face, typing this despite of how much pain it brings because if I can reach just one girl, just one, and give her the hope and tell her about the love that God can give you, and how He can comfort you during the rough days, then all of this will be worth it. God is the only one, the only thing, my only comfort during that time, as well as this time. HE is the one who didn't let this disease dull my sparkle. Many friends who know me, and who I have chosen to share my story with, simply cannot believe that I have so much happiness and love left after everything I've been through. And I give it all up to God.

  So please, if there isn't anything else you do for me, please share this post, share a photo, just spread some sort of awareness for this disease so that one day we can have a cure. Even if I will never be cured, just to know that they are coming close to a cure will give me so much hope!

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Check out more info on this disease and ways you can help!

Endometriosis Research Center
Fight Like A Girl Club
Million Women March 2014

And please don't feel like I am doing this for any other reason other than spreading awareness. I want to encourage others, to help them in any way I can. And for me, telling this story is the worst thing that has ever happened to me. Something I never wanted to do, but I felt like God was encouraging me, telling me to share it, to give hope to others and shed some light on this disease to those who might not know about it. He assured me that everything would be OK, and you know what, as much as it hurts to type it out, I feel a sense of calm and peace about it. :)

I thought I'd never share this...


Linking up with Anne from In residence  and Jenna from Dearest Love for Currently.   I love doing these every month, going back and rereading them to see how much things change! 

Dreaming|   Of the warm Spring and Summer days that the Mr, Ginny and I can spend all weekend camping! Unplugged from technology, reconnecting with each other by focusing on our marriage, and charging our outdoorsy batteries! Oh yes, my friends, it will be heaven!

Planning:|  My blogging strategy for the year. I need to really buckle down and get a good system to make sure I get everything done, but not take up my whole day! Blogosphere really sucks you in! What are your tips? Comment below!

Making|  Scarves upon scarves! I'm clearing out my fabric stock pile and this means fresh new scarves in my Etsy shop! And remember, I LOVE to use my fancy schmancy new monogramming machine, so order your scarf with a monogram, you won't regret it!

Baking|  Yeast rolls, and trying out a new recipe for Banana Nut Bread. The Mr. and I love the muffins banana nut muffins, so maybe a whole loaf will be even better! I'll post the recipe on here soon so y'all can try it, too!

Watching|   Netflix, of course, but more specifically Friday Night Lights. Reminds me so much of highschool and the Southern football life!  If I knew then, what I know now huh? Geez!

I'm not joking, what are your tips to streamlining your blogging process? Gimme all dem tips and tricks, please!
Spring-y time of thing-y


  In the spirit of us cleaning up our act meal wise and trying to get healthier, I've also noticed Ginny has packed on a few pounds. Homegirl does these loud yoga breaths either because she's too chubby and/or because she really enjoys folks loving on her. Either way, it won't kill her to clean up her act, too! So, I began checking out her dog food--- I'll save you some time and say, it was pure crap! Also, this little round lady sheds like nobody's business. Don't expect to come into our home and leave without a nice fur coat of Ginny hair!

  We also noticed her scratching a lot and asked the vet what the deal was. It's a food allergy, most likely from grain, and she recommended a fish based, grain free diet. I'm not sure if you are familiar with dog food, but the ingredients are crazy! Most dog foods have corn as the first ingredient, which means they are mostly corn. I became determined to find one that would help her skin/shedding problems AND be good for her, but I'm not quite ready to do the whole cook-veggies-and-meat-for-your-dog thing, so I spend hours researching everything I could read. Ultimately, I found Blue Wilderness food to fit our specifications, and it seems to be working!

  Now, I feel like all this work I've done shouldn't go to waste, and since Ginny is my fur child (and spoiled beyond repair) I thought I'd start a new blog series:

Operation Healthy #GinnySnuggles 
Find her on Instagram! 

Yes, girlfriend is going to get healthy, and y'all are going to read about every other month or so!

Ginny Patrice (yes, her middle name came from Robyn Sherbatsky off of How I Met Your Mother, yelling at her co-worker- Patrice)

Weight: 36 lbs.
Yoga Breaths: Pretty frequently
Food:  Blue Buffalo Wilderness Salmon recipe (can find great deals off of Chewy.com)
Feedings:  Twice a day, 1.5 cups each
Exercise: 3 walks a day, 10 mins each. And about 30 minutes of play time inside (tug of war, chasing the laser pointer)
Treats:  Right now it's Pedigree treats, but I'm thinking it should change as soon as these are gone.

My goals are to share with you how I'm going to get this lazy doggie in shape and healthy so I can have as many years with her as possible! And, since I love animals so much, I have a GIVEAWAY for you thanks to the nice folks at Chewy.com 

This is what you get:

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Good luck in the contest!

(Chewy.com sponsored giveaway) 
Operation Healthy #GinnySnuggles and a GIVEAWAY!



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