One of the dreams of many homeowners is to have a cozy little living room with comfortable couches and a beautiful fireplace to enjoy a cool winter evening. Although this dream works in theory, the reality is that fireplaces often take a lot of work and money, even when you buy a home with one already installed. Some people may not even own their own homes, but still wish to get the fireplace feel in their rental unit. When the cost, maintenance, and even the possibility of installation of a real fireplace has you down, there are other avenues you can take. Electric fireplaces offer the same benefits of a normal fireplace with some added bonuses.
Caprese salad is a simple Italian salad, made of sliced fresh mozzarella, tomatoes, and green basil, seasoned with salt and olive oil. It is made to resemble the colors of the Italian flag: red, white, and green. In Italy, it is usually served as an antipasto, not a side dish. While Caprese salad is traditionally seasoned with olive oil and basil, there are variations seasoned with pesto and other sauces, like Italian dressing. Some variations replace basil with rucola. In further variations other non-traditional ingredients, like chopped garlic, parsley, olives, or romaine lettuce, are also added. Many people also add ground black pepper.
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I have just recently received my pups big c diagnosis . He is 11 howevere i thought he would go 13 yrs like his dad .dam dam dam andrew
First, I'm sorry to hear it, I really am. So here's my unsolicited two cents. I wouldn't go the chemotherapy route. I really wouldn't. It's expensive and odds are you're only going to buy your pooch another year at best. A guy I know here in Cape Coral had two dogs get sick at the same time; one cancer and one with some kidney disease. The guy spent $700 PER MONTH for TWO YEARS keeping his dogs alive. Including the initial diagnosis and end hospice care, it set him back just over $20,000 fucking dollars. Now as magnanimous as that might seem to the casual observer, if you're that determined to send your pooch off like a boss, here's how I'd spend that time and money. First, take a month off work. Seriously. He was self employed, so it'd be easy for him, and I know things would be more difficult if you're working a steady 9x5 for The Man. But whatever vacation you have, whatever unpaid time you can finagle, do it. Take a month off and hit the road with your pooch. Let him eat lobster rolls in Maine and crab cakes in Baltimore and barbecue in Houston and gumbo in New Orleans and deep dish pizza in Chicago. Hike in the mountains, play in the sand and the surf, play catch with snowballs and lay around in the mud. Drop three or four grand on one hell of a coast to coast road trip for you and your dog.
Then come home and let him live out whatever time he has left, as comfortably as possible. And when that times comes -- and it will come -- usher him off to sleep in your loving arms. Then get rip roaring shitfaced drunk. For a week. I did. And at some point you'll be able to make it to the local animal shelter without crying -- that took me three months -- and you'll eventually stumble across a pooch (or two!) that you connect with. Take em home. Turn their lives around. Love em. Get em socialized and show therm that not all humans are pieces of shit. Take em to dog parks. Take em on day long road trips. Give em ice cream. Take em to obedience training and get them Canine Good Citizenship awards. And after all that if you've still got a few nickels rattling around in your pocket that you feel you need to get rid of, make a donation to the shelter. In the end, I think that's a hell of a lot better way to spend your money and what time he has left, than forcing your dog to lie past his normal expiration date because we can't bear the idea of their being gone. That's not love, that's selfishness.
Side note: me and The Boss Lady have made afew visits to the local shelters, picked out dogs that we liked and thought would fit with Bianca... brought her in, and no fucking dice. She wants absolutely nothing to do with another dog. So since she has pooch seniority, it looks like we'll be flying Uno-Doggo for the remainder of her days.
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