Category Archives: Isis

Wordless Wednesday 5.21.14

With all the craziness around here, sometimes I have to remind myself to slow down and enjoy the little things… like how pretty Isis’s paw is in the sunlight while she naps on my lap. I’m very, very far behind … Continue reading

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Have you had your veggies today?

Isis has! She cries for spinach every single morning while we pack our lunches for the day, and she’ll go in the fridge when the door opens if she doesn’t think she’s being fed her ‘treat’ fast enough. Do your … Continue reading

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Big News: Denver to DC!

So after a month of not posting any updates, I have some exciting news to share. In June, I’ll be moving from Denver to DC for a one-year position (which will hopefully be extended once I’m done)! Photo Source Part … Continue reading

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Sometimes We Struggle…

I wish I could say the day-to-day aspects of our lives were easy, but that would be a half truth. Some parts of it are very easy (or have gotten easier), like Diggs’ willingness to eat his breakfast and dinner. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Following up on last week’s post about Isis… She was surprised I found her hiding spot under the umbrella!

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The Secret Life of Isis

I realize that I write and post about Diggs, both here and on Facebook, far more often than I do about Isis. This is due in part to her being a cat, who is happy to do cat things all … Continue reading

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Separation Anxiety: The Human Factor

As I was preparing to head out of town last week for work, my inevitable stress about how the pets would survive without me begin to kick in. Despite the fact that Zach is more than capable of taking care … Continue reading

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