We are getting much needed rain all day today through next Tuesday. It was really coming down early this morning. Bradley Cooper and I got out and got a brief walk before the downpour. Then, I went to feed him, uh oh, I am going to run out of his food by tomorrow.
I started feeding him a “raw” diet. There is raw beef bone in it and some heart but also a ton of veggies and nutrients and fish oil, it’s one of the healthiest diets he has ever been on. So very good for him!
I have to go to a special Dog Food store in midtown to get his food.
Out of food??? What???, no it will not happen. His little selfie.
I put on my rain boots and go to trek out.
I put on the boots because all of the water from my street runs into my carport…
Well this early bird had to wait till 10:30 to get the worm. Getting there early did not pay off, or did it? I had to kill some time, so, I went and grabbed an Egg McMuffin. I can poo poo fast food in general but an Egg McMuffin is pure goodness. I can say nothing bad about it because it is simply heavenly.
The rain continues and we should all be thankful!
When I was a teenager I would eat yogurt to lose weight, I thought it was good for you and it tasted okay and it filled me up. Then I decided I really didn’t like it that much.
Then Greek yogurt came out and it was supposed to taste better and be even better for you, so I started eating that, recently. It was good, mixed with blueberries and this super yummy granola I found… Purely Elizabeth. This Granola is out of this world GREAT!
They have different varieties which are all excellent.
Then, I found Siggi’s Icelandic yogurt. This yogurt is a treat, it is scrumptious!
Yes, I did add granola and fresh strawberries to it, which was so great, but it is so good on it’s own too. (Try the coconut! It will blow your socks off!)
I noticed my neighbor/friend has these slip on shoes he wears almost every day walking the dogs. Then, I noticed my brother and niece wearing a pair and I was like, “I have to have them.”
I recently read that Baby Boomers are still wearing awful crocs. Yes, I do wear them at night, like slippers. I have transitioned into flip flops for the summer though. Anyhoo…
I started going to DSW, nope, nothing fit right. Then I went to Dick’s Sporting Goods, this is an amazing store but definitely nope. Macy’s, uh uh, nope, they have some fancy ones with gold on them, yuck. A couple more stores but nothing.
Then I looked in my closet. I found not the cute slip ons I was seeking but comfy slip ons I already had.
Fairly new converse, I need to wear these in. I had some in high school, red ones and a pair of white ones. (my best friend Bunny had the cool purple ones) These will be comfy I am sure…
On the same note as the Converse these are Taos and VERY comfortable. I love these, they are a tad heavy, but just a bit.
These are Merrills, so comfortable. These are like going barefoot. These make it a little challenging when hiking on rocks and such. Yes, and such…
These are Merrills also, but the sole is a little thicker so I can walk on rocks. These might be my slip ons then. (They aren’t as cute though). So comfort does outweigh cute, as shown by the crocs phenomenon. I will keep my eyes open though.
Cabbage Patch Kids are born in Babyland General in Cleveland Georgia about an hour and a half away from Atlanta. Bradley Cooper and I set off on a trip to see this…
All of a sudden we were upon it!
We did not go in…I do not believe they allow dogs in the hospital..It was shift change and people were coming and going wearing their scrubs..
These kids were super popular in the 1980’s but it must be pretty popular still. There were plenty of cars there.
Today my little baby niece graduated from High School! Not so much a baby any more.
It is amazing how fast time flies…
She is an amazing young woman!
I am so proud!
Sweetwater Creek State Park is about 30 minutes from my home, not too far. It is beautiful! They have several well marked trails.
The first trail, the most popular runs along the creek. I am used to walking trails alone or with Bradley Cooper, this trail is really popular. It runs up to the ruins of an old mill.
This was burned down during the civil war.
I decided to take another, less popular trail for some more of the hike.
It was so peaceful and spiritual…
Gorgeous ferns everywhere. I cannot wait to go back and see more.
Then this little guy wished me well in my travels.