This is my Yorkshire Terrier Cocoa. We also call her Cocoa Puff or simply Puff. She’s the sweetest dog in the world.
A reader, Donna, made Cocoa Puff this darling sweater! That was so nice of her and I think the Puffster looks just adorable in this. She needed the warmth after a bad hair cut from the groomer. The poor thing was all but shaved bald! I’m happy she enjoys a sweater and will leave it on.
If anyone else would like one of these cute sweaters for their pooch, please feel free to contact Donna at email@example.com .
So I discovered a fabulous line of shoes from Cole Haan called “Air.” The soles are made with the same patented cushion as a Nike Air shoe. Once you put one of these heels on, you’ll never go back to regular heels . . . well, unless they’re Prada or Jimmy Choo.
Right now, at www.colehaan.com they’re having an extra 30% off sale. So worth it! Go check some of the styles out. They’re great!
Let me know if you like them.
So I am working with a personal trainer again. About four years ago, I had one for a year. We’ll call him Mr. V. He worked at Gold’s where I religiously worked out. He helped me lose 60 pounds in a year. For the most part, I’ve kept it off. As of late, I noticed I’ve gone soft. The old drive to work out has faltered. I decided to train again.
I had my first session yesterday and it was great. I loved being back in control of my fitness, and my new trainer, Mr. X showed me something I’ve never done before. Boxing. I loved it. Jab, jab, punch. Then knee lifts to the groin. I was going to practice on my husband but he wasn’t willing to be a participant when I asked him if I could use him to demonstrate for my step-daughters. They thought I was joking when I said I’d tried boxing and I liked it.
I’m excited to continue to train and get into good shape. It’s so great for your state of mind, plus all those endomorphines you release during rigorous exercise really make a person happy. And I need happy–’cause it snowed this morning! Spring–where are you?