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Thursday, November 7, 2019
Thank you for reading my blog, I'm based in the USA and this children's book is a 3 year project come to life Nov 1, 2019. During this book's writing journey I connected online with a wonderful talented dog cartoonist and graphic artist who happens to live across the pond in the UK. Together and with her unwavering help, the draft for this book's vision was created.
After failed attempts unloading the drafts to Amazon which can be tricky to say the least, even after having self-published my other books without graphics. I was lucky to find and be accepted as 1 of 50 books released in 2019 under Waldorf Publishing- (Thank you BT !).
A special thanks goes out to these two talented women and everyone involved at so many different levels in the publishing world who brought this idea to life. Thank you!
Available worldwide online and in book stores everywhere.
Help me spread the word by leaving a honest review on book's page, or in the comments below. Online reviews help online search engines find this valuable book.
Please share so other families can learn how a dog can help find a child.
A fun story teaches your child and pet dog to "Go find Mom!"
My Puppy Can Find Me picture book is your child’s first step on an exciting learning experience that will teach them what to do if they are lost or find themselves alone.
By reading this picture book with your children the whole family will learn what to do if they are ever separated or missing and how the family dog can be of assistance during emergencies.
This new concept of dog training teaches search dog skills to family dogs for in-home family rescue and missing person emergencies. Your children will learn valuable lessons by doing these fun exercises that reinforce and teach the pet dog and family to work together during crisis situations to overcome fear and survive.
The whole family learns how to use the family dog to the full advantage regardless of the age, size or breed of the dog. As a family member and part of the pack your dog always knows where each member of the pack is at, this is natural for the dog to know and we as dog owners only need to learn how to take advantage of this natural instinct our dogs possess.
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I hope you enjoy my new book !
Monday, October 28, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Did you know that in 1893 the Supreme Court of the United States reclassified the Tomato as an official vegetable? Even though it is botanically a fruit and always will be and up until 1812 it was feared poisonous, like other members of the Deadly Nightshade family. The Tomato is now the most consumed fruit or vegetable in the US.
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As a healing herb, the Tomato has many uses. Peeled and sliced then soaked in buttermilk is helpful when applied directly to sunburned skin. Not only will this help the pain, it will also turn the redness to a moderate tan color. If you would rather not place the Tomato slices all over yourself, you can puree them into a cream.
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Tomatoes can be used for to halt the festering of wounds and sores with good
The Tomato contains a high level of potassium making them beneficial for
hypertension and it has been said they help build strength in those people who lack energy.
Tomatoes are known to stimulate the liver and help dissolve fat which may help
prevent hardening of the arteries.
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Monday, March 25, 2019
Alternative Living Articles
Information about living more Self Sufficiently
Safe and Natural Alternatives to Chemicals
Using plants for healing and herbal cures can save money and peace of mind.
Many ingredients are safe for your family and already in your kitchen.
Saving money and making your family safe will make everyday life a little easier.
Every tip and hint found in the articles on this blog are time-tested and proven by many years usage
By the author, friends and neighbors
These articles are written from personal experience.
They are not copied here for you to find.
Some are very common recipes or remedies.
Others unknown and lost in folktales only to be brought back to life here for your enjoyment.
I will one day get those articles typed into the computer and here for everyone...they were originally typed on an old royal typewriter, I have the drafts and newspapers. Hard to believe after so many moves and miles and years,
yes I still have them :) pat me self on the back ...
Go to the home page for more!
Based on thirty years of professional experience
Master Groomer, Certified Search Dog instructor,
Pet trainer and Breeder of award winning
A.P.B.T, German Shepherd Dogs
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La de da!
You Only Live Once!
Monday, February 4, 2019
Identify Healing Plants
How do we find out if the plant growing on the back fence is poison oak or beautiful morning glory?
The plant could be a healing herb but how do you know?
The plant could be a healing herb but how do you know?
Learning how to identify plants to see if they are harmful or healthy can be helpful especially when the plants are growing in your yard and a person in the house has allergic reactions.
Many of the weeds and wild plants in our yards and forest are beneficial for healing.
Others are edible and can supplement a meal while some are poisonous and should be avoided. It is better to know beforehand which plants are harmful to some people so we can avoid allergic reactions.
Items needed: Gloves, Scissors, Paper bag, access to the Web or Library
Locate the plant that you want to identify. Put on gloves before handling the plant. If you do not have gloves with you then a piece of paper or material will work to pick up a leaf of the plant.
- Using scissors cut off a piece of the end of one branch of the plant so you have a couple of leaves and part of the stem. If the plant has flowers, take one flower.
- Place the trimmings in the paper bag or container to carry home or to the library.
- Go online and look up plants for the area of the country you are in. It is very important to do this because plants change and adapt for different locations. The plant may not look the same as it does in another area.
- Spread your trimming out on a piece of paper and look closely at the leaves. Take note of the veins, shape and size of each leaf. Also pay attention to how the leaf is attached to the stem and if the stem is round, square, smooth or rough. Another clue is if the plant is a shade loving or sun loving plant. Every bit of information can be helpful, like is the whole plant a bush or a single stalk plant. All of these notes will assist you in deciding which plant you have.
- Compare the plant trimmings and notes with examples you find online or in plant books. Always double check another description or example to make sure you have the right identity for the plant.
- Another excellence place to learn about plants that are native to your area is the county extension office that often has flyers and handouts about local plants.
- Never use a plant that you are unsure of for healing or eating. Always double check to make sure the plant is identified correctly.
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