It’s an unsettling feeling, when you realize that people have stopped asking about your dog because they’re afraid she’s dead. Then again, considering that in February we thought Molly only had one or two months to live, it’s not all that surprising.
Not enthusiastic with the treatment options provided by two oncologists — and certainly not content with their estimate of “she has one or two months to live” — we started working with Dr. Palmquist, our hero holistic veterinarian. We transitioned her to a diet of cooked ground pork, beef bone broth, and organic pumpkin, and it very quickly turned things around.
I’ve partnered with my friends at Yerdle to tell you about their 30-Day Unshopping Challenge. Launched this week, it asks a basic question, with profound implications: Can we stop shopping for 30 days, and still get all the things we need?
Ever since Molly joined our family a little more than a year ago, I’ve been wanting to tell you all about her… but never quite seemed to get around to it. Well, it’s time to fix that. This post has turned into a rather long one — but I need to write this for my own peace of mind, and maybe you’ll get something out of it too.
I just love putting together this annual gift guide–it’s like giving all of you a virtual holiday present! My goal is to give you some ideas for things that are both thoughtful and practical, that your recipient will love and actually use.
I finally did it!! Late last night, I ditched my circa-2009 WordPress theme and the logo that I had slapped together during another late night session, and replaced them both with a snazzier, cleaner new version of…everything! And even more exciting, October Unprocessed is back, now in its fifth year!
This giveaway has ended, but you can use coupon code EATINGRULES to get 20% off your next order of Primal Pit Paste!
Kathy and Ken Lindner humanely raise grass-fed bison on their ranch in Northern California. In April their well failed, and without it they’re not able to irrigate their fields to grow grass for the bison to eat. Their ranch is dying, and they need our help.