The problem is simply that you are not married.
We have 2 rescue dogs, so I usually cut up whatever I am going to feed them on a dinner plate and then scrape off 1/2 of the plate into each bowl.
On the other hand, if I had only one dog and one bowl (I'm not a cat person), I would probably still scrape … Read more
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the colloquial use of the word dive to describe a “drinking den” or “other disreputable place of resort” comes from the fact that these types of establishments were originally housed in cellars or basements, into which “frequenters may 'dive' without observation.”
Given your age (young) I would suggest getting some advice from a "CCN" that will probably last you for a lifetime:
Certified Clinical Nutritionist (CCN): A CCN is a highly qualified nutritional professional with a 4-year bachelor's degree and a 900-hour internship, a 56-hour post-graduate intensive study in clinical nutrition or a master's degree … Read more
If your answer is an example of how well your Berlitz English language course has allowed you to speak English, your poorly phrased answer is proof that no one should take a course from Berlitz.
Last year about this time---bought a new microwave.
Both are rescue dogs. One shakes, the other is indifferent. The one who shakes was loose for a few months---that's probably a factor.
We have thunder shirts for both.
The one who shakes is becomming more calm with time and support.
Never really thought about it. I don't eat sandwiches regularly, but when I make them at home, I don't cut them at all.
Out of his league. No soccer played at those depths.
Substantial color, sweetness, and yet full-bodied...
The bundle of a compass and an appropriate map will do it for an old Eagle scout.
Well, neither your mom (nor anyone else currently on earth for that matter) can save everyone; and if everyone needed to be saved, there's a strong probability that mankind was saved as a race about 2000 years ago.
Is Jesus coming back?---well, I'd personally bet money on it, but I'm not sure I'll be … Read more