This is Data. He’s five years old, 22 pounds, and is a huge baby. Notable hobbies include licking hands until he passes out, jumping on backs when someone bends over to put on shoes, and crying in the kitchen when he wants attention. He has derp eyes and usually gets kitty litter on his face … More Meet the Cats: Data Edition!
She likes a soft belly rub! Picard was was a tiny, scabby, semi-feral thing with an irresistibly cute face when we brought her home on October 7th, 2013 ❤ She was found on the streets at 12 weeks old, and the lack of socialization made her a difficult kitten. The first year was rough! She … More Meet the Cats: Picard Edition!
Surprise Wednesday post! I’ve decided to ‘rebrand’ my site. There is a pet food store in Colorado called Happy Beast and I don’t want to step on their toes. I came up with The Happy Beast initially because I’m an angry person who would like to be happier, and I prefer to play as a … More Uproot and Run – a rebrand, I guess!
Life has become a bit fuller and busier than usual and I’m finding it difficult to keep up with my weekly blog posting schedule. It’s frustrating, but I’m not about to inject some unnecessary stress into my life. So, for the time being, I will be posting every other Wednesday. I hope to give myself … More Schedule Change & Update
Here’s what I’ve learned about becoming a plant kween, and my best tips for becoming a happy and successful plantsperson! I call it PARK. … More My Easy Guide to Plant Care for Beginners
I’ve been working on a post about plant care for this week, but it’s still not finished and I’m having a difficult time with it. It’s important to me to keep my schedule. I enjoy the structure and goal-setting, and I prefer to be a reliable blogger, but I don’t want to stress myself out. … More Not Today
Keeping up with this blogging schedule has been a complete piece of cake. Back in July I was bursting with ideas, waking in the night to jot down topics, compiling photos and creating albums, my brain going bonkers with excitement and planning. Here, today, now, is my first rut. The idea well has run nearly … More Writer’s Block #1