Little Live Pets

23 Apr 19
Big Little Meals

Re this blog’s title: we are talking about a cat beside us, not a cat in the cooking pot, so don’t get huffy. Because of the incredible popularity of our blog about our cat Ono and because we just discovered the YouTube Series “Cooking with Dog” (only 11 years after it premiered), Andy and I are […]

23 Apr 19
CatasTrophy Wife

Disclaimer: I’m not trying to tell you what you should do or how you should eat, this is just about me. You do you. When I started blogging again, someone commented that they wanted to know more about how I became vegan. I never discussed it on the blog because once again, I was concerned […]

23 Apr 19

Cold River Rising (Cold River Series Book 1) International Mystery & Crime Author: Enes Smith FREE Cold River Rising is a story of Native American college student Tara REd Eagle, a tribal member who has the uncanny ability of a Shaman – she can sketch events before they happen. The gift fails to help her […]

23 Apr 19
For the Mighty

Everyone has to find their own balance between effort and ease. Some people can’t sleep at night unless they’ve bleached the kitchen sink. Others don’t know where the bleach is. (There are others who can’t even see the sink, but that’s a deeper problem). The other day I saw a camper van outside the supermarket […]

23 Apr 19
Big Dave's Crossword Blog

Toughie No 2215 by Donnybrook Hints and tips by Kitty + – + – + – + – + – + – + – + BD Rating  –  Difficulty ** –  Enjoyment ****   Hello to you all — I hope you had a lovely Easter weekend.  It was certainly hot here.  After such a […]

23 Apr 19
This is me!

There is something about an odd year (19) that tells me it will be an exciting year! A year of newness or a year of difference somehow. So what excites me about 2019? When the question came to me, i was shtum. There are so many things happening already this year, that i can’t bring […]

23 Apr 19
Verity Reads Books (lots of them)

I know. I know.  You’re not even surprised by this choice because I pretty much signposted it last Tuesday.  And yet somehow I’m not sorry and I don’t care.  There’s a new Lucy Parker book – it came out yesterday (aka Monday) and I’m going to write about it. This is the fourth in the […]

23 Apr 19
Ms. Victor Reads

#sol19- April 23, 2019 Sometimes I go a little overboard- it is hard for me to walk by a bookstore and not buy at least one book. I blame it on location- I do not live in an English speaking country, so my reader’s heart is never satisfied (okay, maybe it wouldn’t be even if […]

23 Apr 19
Robots With Coffee

This week’s movie review came out of nowhere. I stopped by at RwC Eric’s after my last morning shift, just as he and his friends were to pop in Disney’s well hyped but somehow a flop Dick Tracy, an odd movie on several levels. It surprisingly holds up many years later. Dick Track is a […]

23 Apr 19
Homekit News and Reviews

Welcome to the first review on our site of devices that work with Siri Shortcuts. As already stated across the top of this review, and for all listings of this class of device, whilst they’re not HomeKit compatible, they do work with Siri Shortcuts, which can be combined with other HomeKit created scenes, which in […]

23 Apr 19
Caution Spoilers

WARNING: Spoilery if you haven’t seen the trailer I’ve categorised this as a comedy thriller, as aspects of it – Isabelle Huppert’s lusciously frenzied performance, a gleefully hideous injury (in close-up!), the shriekingly signalling music – position it like that, though the rest of the cast play it straight and there aren’t any jokes as […]

23 Apr 19
THE ARTSY ARMY WIFE

Six years . . . That’s how long my husband and I have been together. Six. Dated for a year and a half. Engaged for a little over two years. Married for a little over two years. Why do I tell you this? Cause at this point in time we have the same amount of […]

23 Apr 19
Princess Liselotte

Hey guys, sorry I’ve been so quiet lately. I feel like I should tell you why. Unfortunately, in April we got the news that our sweet little baby Saar was really ill, she had heart problems and would only live a few more weeks if her medication didn’t help, and if the meds did work, […]

23 Apr 19
Good Food, Good Karma.

Moving to the city is one of the best decisions I’ve ever made (other than marrying my wife of course). There are so many wonderful things to see and do literally right around the corner from where we live. As a foodie, I love that there is a new restaurant or cafe to visit every […]