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Today was the #twins first walk. At 12 weeks old 🙈 They’ve been in the stroller for errands but never for a leisurely stroll in the great outdoors. I don’t know why, but the thought of lugging all the kids out to the park by myself has felt super overwhelming. It was such a beautiful day today though and I’m glad we made it out of the house.
Swipe to see the twins the last time we went to this park. #HowWeLife#TwinBoys#FloridaWinter
Kane A-16 outside 10323144
Kane is a sweet young male, who is great with people and doesn’t mind other dogs. He is smart and knows basic commands. He weighs 47.5 pounds, and is so well behaved he is hanging out up front. Come see Kane at Hernando County Animal Services 19450 Oliver Street Brooksville 34601
1 71 hour ago
BeeBee A-19 outside 10322757
BeeBee is 6 years old 83.3 pounds and HW-
She LOVES to play fetch and will drop it at your feet every time. She is good with dogs, and very sweet. She is hanging out up front today with us. Come meet BeeBee!! She is fully vetted and ready to be a part of your family.
Hernando County Animal Services
19450 Oliver Street, Brooksville Fl 34601
1 41 hour ago
🥰PLEASE SHARE VERA🥰
I took a new friend to visit the residents of NorthBrook Health and Rehab.
Vera was shy and will need slow introductions to new friends. But the volunteers at the shelter will help her do that. Her first outing was a hit and showed us what she needs help with.
Vera was once in a home with children and apparently even a child with disabilities and had no issues. One of the children became allergic to her, so here she is. Vera has a very high prey drive and doesn’t really care for other dogs, so a home with no other animals is recommended. That just means tons of love from this sweet, petite girl.
Vera is approximately 1-2 years old, spayed, UTD on her shots, and microchipped. Vera LOVES toys and is treat motivated. Her previous owner did a DNA test and she is primarily American Staffordshire Terrier and American Bulldog. She was loved before and deserves to know that again.
Come meet this sweet girl out in the play yard at Hernando County Animal Services, 19450 Oliver Street, Brooksville, FL 34601. You won’t be disappointed.
1 61 hour ago
🎉🐷🎉KID FRIENDLY VERA🎉🐷🎉 Vera and I went to visit our friends at Northbrook today. Vera is still shy with new people and I told her we would work on building her confidence. But Vera is a love!!! Vera bonds quickly, especially with females, and loves to give kisses once she knows she is safe with you. Vera will need someone who is patient and willing to put some time into building her up mentally.
Vera is about 1 1/2 years old, UTD on her shots, spayed, microchipped, and ready to snuggle today! Vera lived with children before coming to the shelter and we are told did great with them. Vera is learning what other dogs are about and other volunteers have said she will need very slow introductions into a home, but they have not seen any aggression by her (meet and greet prior to adoption required by the shelter ). Come meet Vera and sit with her in our adoption area at Hernando County Animal Services, 19450 Oliver Street, Brooksville, FL 34601. (Ask them to get her piggy from the volunteer desk 🐷).
🍫Low carb chocolate cake 🍫
(Recipe for two individual portions)
We all crave chocolate during the week, and sometimes we just want something quick, low calorie and delicious to satisfy our sweet tooth and avoid overeating the dessert😂
•1 cup of egg whites
•30 gr of coconut flour
11gr unsweetened cocoa powder
•1/4 cup of sweetener of choice
•2 tbs of almond milk
•1 tbs of coconut oil
•1 tsp of baking powder
•Dark chocolate chips
Whisk, or use an electric hand mixer to foam your egg whites first.
Add the coconut oil, and dry ingredients and mix with a spatula. Add the milk and keep stirring. Separate into two individual molds and place a big chunk of dark chocolate or chips in the middle. Top with more to decorate and bake for about 30 minutes at 350F!
Pair with your favorite ice-cream!
-Aveces necesitamos algo con chocolate en la semana, pero en porciones pequenas para evitar pasarnos 😂. Por eso esta receta chocolatosa les va a encantar
Bate primero las claras hasta hacerlas mas o menos espumosas. Agrega los ingredientes secos uno a uno y envuelve con la espatula, agrega las dos cucharadas de leche. Al final separa en dos moldes individuales y pon un cuadro de chocolate oscuro en el centro. Decora con mas chispitas por encima y hornea por 30 minutos a 350F
Agrega tu helado favorito!🍨
•1 taza de claras de huevo
•30 gr de harina de coco
•11 gr de cacao sin azucar
•1/4 taza de edulcorante o endulzante de preferencia
•2 cdas de leche de nuez (cualquiera)
•1 cda de aceite de coco
•1 cdita de polvo de hornear
•Chispas de chocolate oscuro
Weekends are for this.💕 I’ve had to learn to set boundaries with my work because being in a service-based business especially I thrive on producing results.
But I can also get burnt out.
The constant back and forth that is working and motherhood is always a challenge. I had two options, stay stressed and overworked OR find balance. You can guess which one I chose.👨👩👧👦 What’s your favorite weekend activity or tradition?
Matt from Ohio. My age, he took a red eye from Boston to Miami, then hopped on the early morning bus down to Key West. He has an older mixed breed dog, wearing a winter coat, freely sniffing around the palm trees. His name is Taco and he comes over to me and Jeff. As he gently sniffs us I hear Matt shout in a nervous tone: He’s friendly! Do you want me to tie him up?! I crack a slow smile and say nah, welcome to da islands ✌🏼 🐓 🌴 Assuming he just arrived, given his winter coat, a well-worn backpack and a small pile of kibble next to him. He walks over to me and says ‘you’re really friendly. You can’t possibly live here?’ I proudly tell him I’m a local, and the conversation begins. In the bright morning sun Matt shares how he was just in Maine because he wanted to touch the eastern most point in the USA. Now he wants to touch the southernmost point, which is downtown Key West. He asks where’s a good place he can crash tonight without the cops bothering him. I share my secret spots as we lean up against a memorial staring out into the ocean. It feels like an old friend rather than a stranger. I’m pretty sure Matt has money, he just chooses to live this way because it’s.... free. Free in all the ways. He shares cool stories about Hawaii and Costa Rica and how Taco got his name during a random trip to Mexico. Matt may be ‘homeless’ but he’s free. Free from society molding him and instilling fear. Perhaps this is why he can comfortably look me in the eyes, and perhaps this is why I never felt that judgmental energy so many people give off. Think about it; most people are shy because they’re worried what other people think. Is my hair sticking up? Do I have something in my teeth? Do I smell omg they’re gonna stare at my zit. Not people like Matt. Living this way, he knows what truly matters: how people make you feel. 🌎 Jeffrey begins tugging me to the Subaru so I bid Matt a farewell. He hands me a mini Christmas stocking with a dog on it and says ‘here ya go merry Christmas haha’. I laugh back & say hey! Go to that spot. He flashes me the warmest smile and says, "but first: a bite” 😋I watch him and taco disappear into a bike race, onto their next adventure... 🌴