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Dogs cant take tylenol.! Or motrin. Bad for the liver. Aspirin is better, if needed.
Roadhouse, a tiny black kitten, was miraculously found on the streets of New York City and brought to the Animal Haven shelter.
The kitten was so young that she wasn’t weaned yet. The concerned staff at Animal Haven tried to give Roadhouse a bottle with formula, but Roadhouse wasn’t interested.
The staff came up with an idea. One of their newest shelter residents, Coco the Maltese, had just given birth a short time before Roadhouse arrived. Coco was nursing her three puppies…maybe she would allow Roadhouse to nurse along with them.
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There is a park about an hour from here that used to be a campground, that is now day use only. I remember driving through it years ago and wondering what the heck you would do there if you camped there. It’s by a river, but not much else. We were looking for a quiet place to go yesterday so we decided to see what it was like.
The good news is, that it was totally deserted. Except for the ton of wildlife. You can tell nobody comes down there based on the number of deer we saw. They were everywhere!
The bad news is, there is still nothing to do. We walked down the old campground road that’s been blocked off and ambled our way to the river. There was really only one good entry point for the dogs and you couldn’t walk along the shore due to high banks everywhere.
So we ambled along through the woods while the dogs explored and we managed to redirect them whenever we spotted a deer. We saw a nighthawk do a broken wing display and I was pretty worried he wasn’t going to be faking for long as the dog’s took off in pursuit. Thankfully Coulee is too slow and Lacey was a few steps behind at the start. :)
We took a long rambling way home along back roads and had a pretty fun morning over all.
Hey look, an outfit post! You guys may (or may not) have noticed that the ol’ ‘My Style‘ posts are few and far between these days. I haven’t given up on sharing my personal style in this space by any means, but the truth is, scheduling time for photo shoots of yourself when you have a baby is something I just can’t seem to get the hang of, even when my husband or friends are here to help. I always thought that if these posts fell to the wayside after Essley was born, it would be the result of me no longer wearing anything other than tees and leggings, or like, pajamas all day, or something. But that’s not the case at all. I get dressed every single morning, I still love and care about fashion as much as I ever have, and I make a conscious effort not to let the fact that I’m a mother now get in the way of continuing to wear clothes that I love. It’s really just a matter of time and logistics. This blog is part of my full-time job, and I have to be practical about scheduling for workdays that include a lot of office work and in house projects. Lugging a camera and lenses and a teething baby to pretty locations (because sorry, the back of a townhouse just doesn’t make for a nice background) on days when the weather and lighting happen to agree, then standing in front of a camera trying pose without laughing (either at my own awkwardness or the hilariously loud screeching sounds coming from my child) can be a major ordeal. Add to that sorting through several dozen photos to find a handful where I don’t look like a complete fool, then cropping and editing, and, well, it’s just a lot of effort to showcase an outfit. I plan to continue to share style posts on occasion, but for the time being, they’ll probably only be a monthly thing.
And now that I’ve gotten that lengthy explanation out of the way, on to what I wore this day. We’d actually just spent the afternoon at a child’s birthday party, and we made an impromptu stop at our favorite forest preserve on the way to our dinner plans. I wasn’t planning on doing outfit pictures this day, but we had the camera with us so we decided to snap some shots, mainly because I’ve been meaning to share this gorgeous jewelry here for weeks now (more on than in a minute). And also, I love this outfit you guys. I’m going to be honest and just admit that I’ve worn this exact outfit twice a week (or more) for the last couple of months. It has become my go-to summer outfit and I’m already bummed that it’s going to be shoved in the back of my closet with the other warm weather duds any day now.
Each piece of this outfit is at the top of my list, if we’re breaking things down. Anyone who knows me would vouch for the fact that “I Need Coffee” is pretty much my motto, and I bought this tee (which is now sold out, boooo) straight off the rack without trying it on or even stopping to look at anything else on my way to the register. It’s my favorite shirt. I also love this kimono, more than I can put into words really. The current kimono trend is quite possibly the best trend of all time. Anything that combines major comfort, pretty prints, a boho vibe, and an oversized garment that covers all the areas I’d like to be covered these days is an automatic thumbs up in my book. The shorts aren’t much to discuss. They’re cut-off jeans. They’re comfortable. They fit well. The end.
I’ve mainly worn this outfit/uniform with moccasins this summer, but over the past week, I’ve been pulling out the boots. This particular pair of boots is one of my very favorite pairs of shoes in general, and I’m an especially big fan of the way they look paired with shorts. I snagged the hat last summer and have worn it more than all my other hats combined since. But I think my favorite accessory here is the absolutely stunning necklace that the lovely Jade over at Jade Stone Jewelry made for me. The combination of the triangle and quartz is so me and I wear it almost everyday. I also adore the spiral copper rings she made me, and wear them almost daily as well. She is an incredibly talented jewelry maker and also a really wonderful person. I love sporting her stuff.
So that’s that. My favorite summer outfit, finally shared with you all, right as we say goodbye to the season. (And a cameo appearance by Essley, who decided at the end that she wanted in on the action.)
If you have any suggestions of places to get heavier weight, more fall/winter-patterned kimonos (particularly ones I can wear with this coffee shirt until it’s hanging on me by a thread), please let me know!
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Oxnard All-on-4? Dental Implants Expert, World-Renowned Prosthodontic Speaker, Presenting in Canada this Weekend
OXNARD, CA (PRWEB) September 16, 2014
Oxnard dentist and international lecturer Dr. Saj Jivraj, founder of the Anacapa Dental Art Institute in Oxnard and Woodland Hills, Calif., is presenting at the Spectrum Day Vancouver conference this weekend.
Dr. Jivraj, an expert in teeth restoration and replacement, will speak about All-on-4? dental implants in his presentation ?Clinical and Laboratory Aspects of Graft Less Solutions,? which he will deliver at 12:40 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Empire Landmark Hotel & Conference Centre in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
?The All-on-4? procedure allows dentists to give patients implants with no bone grafting,? Dr. Jivraj said. ?But this requires a lot of analysis and planning ahead of time on the doctor?s part. This analysis and planning is what I will speak about.?
For more information, go to spectrum-day.com/vancouver/Vancouver_2014.pdf.
Dr. Jivraj said he will be speaking to another group of dentists later that evening.
Dr. Jivraj and his dental partner, Dr. Mamaly Reshad, are both acclaimed international speakers on dental implants. They are recognized as experts on procedures such as All-on-4? dental implants and new smile in one day, putting them in high demand.
Dr. Jivraj has spoken in India numerous times this year, including as one of the main speakers at the Indian Society of Oral Implantologists conference in Mumbai. He is going back to India later this month for additional workshops.
Dr. Jivraj also spoke during the 29th annual meeting of the prestigious Academy of Osseointegration earlier this year.
Dr. Reshad has spoken to both the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentists in London and the French Dental Association in Paris since November, and has been invited to speak in Spain later this year. He is speaking to the Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics (CARDP) annual Scientific Meeting in Montreal this week.
Both Dr. Reshad and Dr. Jivraj have been invited to speak at the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry meeting in February 2015.
Dr. Jivraj and Dr. Reshad are trained in advanced techniques in aesthetics and implant and cosmetic dentistry. They are former chairmen of the University of Southern California?s School of Dentistry?s Fixed Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry section.
Dr. Reshad, who also has a practice in London, England, has written for numerous peer-reviewed journals and textbooks on various topics related to prosthodontics and aesthetics, and implant dentistry. He is on the editorial board of the highly prestigious Journal of Aesthetic and Restorative Dentistry; is an honorary clinical teacher at the Eastman Dental Institute; and is on the faculty of the Global Institute for Dental Education.
Dr. Jivraj co-wrote the textbook ?Treatment Planning in Implant Dentistry,? which is used worldwide. He is on the editorial board of the Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry; is associate clinical editor for Dental Teamwork magazine; and is an ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry.
Dr. Jivraj is on the faculty at the USC School of Dentistry as an associate clinical professor; is a clinical teacher at the Eastman Dental Institute in London; and is on the board of directors for the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry.
The Anacapa Dental Art Institute has been offering quality dental care treatments since 1996. The team specializes in implant, prosthodontic, cosmetic and restorative dentistry. It also offers gentle dental care treatments for patients aged 50 and above.
The Anacapa Dental Art Institute has two new state-of-the-art training and dental offices in Oxnard and Woodland Hills, Calif., respectively.
The Oxnard location, at 2821 North Ventura Road, Bldg H, has 3,600 square feet encompassing six treatment rooms, a fully in-house dental lab and a state-of-the-art teaching center, according to Anacapa Dental Art Institute founder Dr. Saj Jivraj.
The on-site teaching center includes a high-tech suite where other dentists can observe patient treatments. Courses have been arranged for dentists from Japan, China, India and South America.
The Woodland Hills dental office, at 6325 Topanga Canyon Boulevard, No. 513, is 1,500 square feet and it features an in-house dental lab catering to patients in and around Los Angeles.
The Anacapa Dental Art Institute?s staff of 11 includes the two prosthodontists, a root canal specialist, a general dentist, two hygienists, three dental assistants and two receptionists.
The Anacapa Dental Art Institute provides the following procedures:
? All-on-4? dental implants
? All on Six (All on 6) dental implants
? Mini dental implants
? New smile in a day
? Teeth in an Hour
? Full mouth reconstruction
? Teeth whitening
? Invisalign teeth straightening
? Sedation dentistry
? Cosmetic dentures (?facelift?)
Those looking for Ventura affordable cosmetic dentistry or the cost of All-on-4? dental implants can get more information about Dr. Jivraj and Dr. Reshad at dentalimplantsventura.com or call the Oxnard office at (805) 604-5811 or the Woodland Hills office at (818) 839-7419.
Just like the Super Bowl half time is all about the sponsors so I wanted to take a few to thank all of ours who have help make this journey possible.
TAGG has saved our fuzzybutts on more than one occasion. The best example of this was when I walked highway 20 from Corvallis to Newport OR solo. I took one of the trackers in case of an emergency and on the very first day I ran into a bit of a crisis. We had made water drops along the 50 mile stretch and my supply was down to less than half a liter. As I neared the first drop I saw a man in a John Deere mower cutting the grass on the highway shoulder.
I sprinted up to him and asked if he found 2 jugs of water in the area he recently cut and he said he had and that one of them may have escaped the blade of the mower. It didn’t. The temp in wilamette valley was already soaring up to the 90s and the next drop was down the road another 10 miles so i was in a bit of a pickle.
Ginger was able to tag me and then find a nearby store using Yelp. TAGG – not only great for your dog but Yer Big Dog too! I’ve gotten to know the trackers intimately and the folks behind them and I can’t say enough about them. The fuzzybutts will be wearing them even after this walk.
When you purchase the trackers at their website and sign up for the service, enter the promo code 2Dogs they’re generously offering a 10% discount and donate $ 25 to the Puppy Up Foundation. Also you can track Indy and me as we walk the west coast at www.2dogsagainstcancer.com It’s been a little confusing because we’re staying with more host families and sometimes we’re tagged after we’ve been picked up and off the road.
We’d also like to thank our other walk sponsors: Hollywood Feed for providing the dog food for the walk. P2 Collars and Toki Poki for the awesome corded collars and leashes. Everlasting Memories for the beautiful infinity ring that holds Murphy’s ashes. Orijen for providing the 6 Fish food for Hudson.