Ax has had the same 180 gram turnout, an ugly, red plaid no-name brand, since I got him in August of 2013. It used to fit him well, but as he filled out, it started to get wonky in the chest and just wasn’t looking so hot after four years. I am happy to report that Ax finally got a new medium, the Kensington Signature SuperMesh Medium Weight Turnout, and he looks adorable in it.Continue reading “Kensington Signature SuperMesh Medium Weight Turnout | Product Review”
Between traveling for work, an unexpectedly show-free summer, and Ax’s unplanned time off, last year’s resolutions went out the window to the point of it not being worth reviewing them. But I still think it is important to put your goals out there for accountability and to manifest them, so here is what I am hoping to accomplish in 2018…Continue reading “2018 Goals”
This blog is not only a place to share things; it is a place for me to document memories, moments, and experiences that I want to keep forever. Each year, as a new one approaches, I take the time to remember all the adventures Ax and I had in the past twelve months. While I am not sad to see 2017 go, it wasn’t too bad of a year.Continue reading “Goodbye, 2017”
This year, the holiday season was more about Ax than anything, and he made out like a bandit. I’ll include the necessary disclaimer that he is grateful for everything he has and takes none of it for granted, but all he does is keep searching my pockets for treats, so I don’t know if he means it.Continue reading “Ax’s Holiday Haul”
I think it is time that you all get an update on my beloved buffalo.
This has been the year of maladies for Ax—earlier this year he sliced his mouth open which resulted in some minor stressing, an unexpected (and perfectly timed) vet visit, and some time off, and now we are approaching week four of stall rest due to a mystery lameness that has my vets stumped.