Matted fur, when ignored, can do more than just make kitty lumpy. It can irritate the cat's skin over time and even cause skin infections. Turns out olive oil works wonders to remove these pesky matts from kitty's fur!
no matter how many of these little darlings decide to show up in my kitchen in the spring, I only need to see them for about one day out of 365. Once I put out my delicious ant buffet, they are so "satisfied" they never come back. At least until next year.
When last I posted on the new garden enclosure, it was still just a base, sitting in our garage. Well, I'm happy to report that the garden enclosure construction is now complete, and so far I've planted some onions, peas and mesculin lettuce blend in their new home.
Our family has leash trained our cat. I thought it might be fun to write a mini-tutorial on leash training your own feline. Thanks to WordPress for featuring this post on Freshly Pressed.
It's almost Earth Day...celebrate by ditching the paper napkins and making your own cloth napkins with "fat quarter" quilting fabric! Confession time: I have a quilting fabric addiction...and I'm not even a quilter! Something about the tiny floral patterns and the myriad of pretty colors is so attractive to me. I'm particularly vulnerable to the… Continue reading DIY Cloth Napkins