My dog

Mark's Stuff

Hi it’s Mark and if it’s not me I’d be kind of scared.

So today I’m wrapping up the part about just clover.  But this was fun and I hope you enjoyed it.  So my cute puppy is doing pretty good and if you have a question just ask in the comments below.

I tried a couple of techniques that I found online and the one that worked the best was having your dog come to you.  Then get their attention and making him/her think that your gonna play with them.  Them having them sit and teaching them instead of playing with them.

Thanks for reading Mark.

I am showing you my dogs pet resume because it has a better pic of her.

Clover’s Pet resume

Joke will normally be down here.

Interesting factoid

Clover fur is black with a white patch under her chin

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Torn Between Two Lovers or Bohemian Rhapsody?

Sascha Darlington's Microcosm Explored

I am still plugging away on this story. Plugging away sounds kind of slow and plodding and that’s how I feel. As Florence moves away in time and memory (except for the fact that I heard her remnants were still threatening [no, no, bad Florence!]), maybe I’ll feel better about it all. And, maybe I can just write this story as if it had no relation to Florence whatsoever…….

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A Twin Flame Poetry #Love

K. Phoenix

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Two souls. Spiritual twins. Twin flames. Mirrors.

Two hearts beating as one, yet it feels like you have two hearts.

A feeling of home.

A love so intense.

Self love.

Oneness.

A wholeness.

Divine masculine.

Divine feminine.

A light that shines so bright, never dim.

Strength. Power. Energy.

Mind, body, soul, and spirit.

A feeling, a touch, a gaze, a taste, smell.

Magnetizing.

A rare soul connection.

More than lovers.

A beautiful love that is eternal.

—Pamela Hester

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Transformed: My Daughter’s Journey

All The Shoes I Wear

In A Word: Inspiring

It took 6 years after having my son for my memory to fade enough to have my daughter. 23 hrs of  labor is a strong deterrent.  My children were complete opposites. My son who was small, struggled to gain weight.  My daughter struggled with hers.

She was beautiful, smart, strong, a razor sharp wit and full of hilarity. She didn’t let her weight stop her from achieving whatever she dreamed.

By the age of 12, she could bench press 250 and she wanted to play football like her brother before her. She was one of the first girls to ever play boys football, having tried out, won her position as a starter on both offense and defense. She was also the first female to ever attend Razorback Football Camp at the university of Arkansas, Fayetteville at the insistance of famous coach, Houston Nutt who flew his…

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Don’t Always Get The L12

Zach’s Scope

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Hello again, today’s blog includes a little story about myself, as well as some sound life advice based on a recent experience of mine.

So let me start off by saying that, like most people, I am a HUGE fan of Chinese food. Fairly often my fiancée and I will indulge in the greasy and delicious goodness of the one decent Chinese restaurant in town. Every time it’s the same thing. I get a combination plate called the L12 and she gets the smaller #16.

Until recently, this has been the trend. L12 everytime without fail…. And then something miraculous happened. One night while ordering Chinese food, I made an impulse decision and ordered the chicken lo mein. I felt weird about going against the grain of my regular order, it almost felt wrong but once I tasted it, It was all over.

I think the main point here (at…

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Fit by 50 – Week 45: You Raise Me Up

The Purple Almond

This one will be brief. I just wanted to give an update and thank all of your for your support.

The reason for the brief post?

I’m finished with my current course, and I’d like to catch up on other things, I tend to let slide, when I’m taking a course. I’m at least 2 weeks behind on comments. I’d like to apologize for any delay in replies. I’m hoping to reply over the next few days. I’m even farther behind on blog reading. Hopefully, I’ll be catching up with that next week. I’m also behind on emails. I’ve gotten a few requests for guest posts on my blog, and I need to reply to these individuals. Not to mention, all of the things I need to do around my house!

Weigh in up date:

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This is my least favorite part, as I hate weighing myself, because it’s usually quite…

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BODY SHAMING, OUR NEW ENTERTAINMENT!

Candles Online

I remember watching this famous comedy show (The Kapil Sharma Show) on television.  It was all grand and pompous with celebrities adding to the glitter.  The host had an impeccable comic timing but one thing that never got down well with me (and seriously who cares 😀).  The host of the show would continuously take a dig at the fellow artists’ appearance. Calling them names like Fatso, Buffalo, hot air balloon, chimpanzee and what not. And he successfully managed to evoke gags from everyone present in the studio and those watching the Idiot box.  How sensible was that is my reservation?  And sadly bullying in the name of comedy or entertainment isn’t reserved for one odd show.  It’s omnipresent almost everywhere.

Movies, Tele serials, advertisements, social media – whatever the form of media or stage it is, body shaming is more and more increasingly used as an entertainment and a marketing…

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Deliciously Spicy Chicken Jalfrezi

RAFA FARIHAH

So you guys know I tried the whole vegetarian routine for 1.5 months and loved it so so much. It cleared up my skin, sped up my metabolism and made me feel so energized and healthy overall. But in Ramadan, it got harder and harder to maintain that routine, considering I needed all the protein I could get to keep me going the whole day.

So now, I’m back to being a strict carnivore and I come bearing a recipe for my favorite chicken dish, the old-fashioned chicken jalfrezi. This tomato based spicy curry will leave you craving more once you get a taste. I usually don’t like dry chicken dishes (unless they’re hot wings, then yes please), but this recipe goes great with some freshly baked naan bread and cooked basmati rice. Hope you enjoy!

CHICKEN JALFREZI

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Serves: 4  Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 1 hour  Total Time:

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It’s that time of year once again …

Random Writings on the Bathroom Wall

When American college football begins once again.  With cheering fans …

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And handsome guys in the stands …

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And some guys like me …

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And guys that only a Momma could love …

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And lotsa other cheering peoples in the stands …

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And some student traditions …

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And over-paid coaches setting wonderful examples …

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And some we’re not really sure what they’re trying to do …

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And exciting plays on the field …

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And players celebrating …

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And some dancing …

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And let’s not forget the perty girls …

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But in the end, someone is gonna lose ..

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And Alabama will more than likely win yet another National Championship whether we like it or not.

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Dammit!

Oh well …

“Go Hawks!”

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Intermittent fasting 2 months later | Multiple experienceS

So I’m still doing intermittent fasting. In case you don’t know, this site offers a great beginners guide to fasting https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/intermittent-fasting-guide#section3. For me I…

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