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Yummy Home-made Food For Doggies

Mliae over at Lifexperimentblog mentioned how hard it’s been to find dog-food in shops recently.

hungry dog

What’s a dawg gotta do
to get some food around here?

hungry small dog

Where’s my supper, mum?

I immediately thought of my favourite doggies’ favourite food cooked by their human mums. So, I contacted their mums and got their tried and tested recipes to share with you over this confusing time for doggies (and their human parents). Huge thanks and hugs to Pamela Naidoo-Ameglio and Rani Chetty for allowing me to share their fur-baby food recipes with you.

Pamela’s Pappy Love Meals
(For Large and Giant Breeds)

Even the fussy ones licked their bowls cleaned and looked for more. The secret’s in the stock! Pamela’s large and giant-mixed breeds both had beautiful coats, were hardly ever bothered by fleas, and seldom went to the vet for illnesses. Kibble was used for breakfast and left for snacks, but this was the long awaited meal of the day, with a bone to keep gnawing for dessert. Kleinsus uses a similar recipe for her youngest hound as he has special dietary needs, so please take that into account if your doggie is similar.

You’ll need:
3 litres water
3 cups maize meal (mealie meal/pap)
beef/mutton bones (preferably with marrow, ask your butcher)
sliced, chunky carrots and other vegetables
1 tsp garlic or 2 cloves
glug of sunflower oil


Method
1) In a large pot, make a stock by browning the bones with the oil, then adding the water and bringing to a boil. Add garlic and vegetables, allowing to stew for 15-30mins.
Marrow in the bone is healthier than using fat, while the garlic repels fleas and conditions the coat. Most dogs I know love crunchy but soaked carrots so don’t slice the carrot too small, and perhaps add them last. Scrubbed potato and carrot peel, and peas are also good additions but avoid using whole potatoes and more corn as it will be too starchy.
2) Slowly stir in the maize meal. Continue stirring until you have a smooth, hard porridge.
It may be quite difficult to stir at times, but it makes for a great arm work-out!
3) Leave to steam for a few minutes.
4) Remove from pot and allow to cool in storage containers.
The food can be stored in the fridge for 1 week and can be frozen for longer term storage.

Recommended Portions
Once a day (midday or late afternoon) as follows, in addition to kibble and treats in the morning and late night:
Large breeds: 3 heaped dessert spoons + bone
Giant breeds: 3.5 heaped dessert spoons + bone

Note: Rice can be substituted for maize-meal, but you may need larger quantities of it as it’s not as dense. For this reason, I’ve noticed medium and small breeds are more likely to prefer rice to maize-meal.


Rani’s Relicious Rice and Roast Dins
(For small and medium breeds)

Rani’s little ones are especially picky eaters, and two have troublesome tummies, so she usually fixes them this very human food with some doggie-friendly adjustments. She doesn’t usually add carrots, which her fur-babies prefer raw, but you can experiment with cooked or steamed carrot in the mix as your doggie may have different tastes.

You will need:
Cooked rice (no salt)
Frozen chicken pieces or left-over roast chicken
carrots (optional)
water

Method
If you’re using left-over roast, remove the skin and skip to (2).
1) Place chicken pieces in pan or pot, cover with water. Bring to a boil and allow to steam till chicken is cooked through and most of the water is reduced.
It’s important to not season the meat as most dogs prefer unseasoned meat, and salt is unhealthy for them. You can experiment with garlic in small quantities to see if your doggie finds it acceptable as garlic repels fleas and conditions the coat.
2) When chicken has cooled, shred the meat and debone carefully but retain cartilage if your dog enjoys it. Ensure even the tiniest bones and bone fragments are removed. Skin can be left in shredded if your dog eats it.
3) Mix in a one part chicken to two parts rice. Add a little of the liquid from the pot and mix thoroughly so the rice isn’t dry.
This food can be stored in the fridge for 2-3 days and can be frozen for longer term storage.

Recommended portions
Rani feeds her small fur-babies about 3-4 tablespoons each morning and night. They snack on kibble during the day or if they prefer to miss breakfast, and also have doggie treats.

contented dog

I’m soooo full!

happy dog

Me, too! Nap time…
Love you, mum!

Snack suggestions (in moderation): 1 slice bread or 1 slice toast for large and giant breeds, half that for small to medium breeds; carrot sticks or chunks.

PS. These yummy ingredients are also needed by us humans, so remember to not panic-buy the ingredients, especially the staples!

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Tarotscopes for March-April 2020

Happy March-April 2020!

It’s been a topsy-turvy time for most of us and the world seems a bit crazier than usual, but hang in there; there’s good stuff coming once we get out of the Mercury Retrograde Wobble!

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Don’t forget, even if you’re not a Patron or don’t follow me, there’s more general readings in the form of Pick-A-Cards from my public posts on Patreon. Here’s a sample of some of the posts you may have missed.
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Also up on my Patreon is the Aquarius Birthday To Birthday Challenges divination for 2020-2021. I’m late with the Pisces BTB Divination, but it should be out with the Aries one. I’ll keep you posted 😀

Happy 2020 once again, and may your Yes/No/Maybe’s be for your highest good always!

Your Tarotscopes

Earth: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn

https://www.patreon.com/posts/tarotscopes-2020-34214058

Fire: Aries, Leo, Sagitarrius

https://www.patreon.com/posts/tarotscopes-2020-34213864

Water: Pisces, Cancer, Scorpio

https://www.patreon.com/posts/tarotscopes-2020-34214415

Air: Gemini, Libra, Aquarius

https://www.patreon.com/posts/tarotscopes-2020-34214226

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Way I See It: Life, Death and Jumanji

So, last month my awesome friend treated me to a trip to the movies and lunch—Jumanji 2 and a delicious grill. Over lunch (and later tea) we discussed as we so often do: Life, Death, Mediumship and why someone who’s passed over still contacts us or sends messages. If you’ve been following this blog or my writing one, you’ll know that I’m new to mediumship and I seem to have the most success channeling messages from pets. In any case, my friend asks and I (using my reading, experience and intuition) theorize—kind of my version of Spirits Theoretical 😀

So, take what you find most interesting and research further yourself as this just my WISI (Way I See It) inspired by the recent Jumanji movies and other gaming franchises. I add to this the basis that my aunt and researchers like Edgar Cayce surmisal that They (Passed Over Ones) have another kind of life over death which varies with individuals.

Please also note that I believe in past lives, reincarnation, and karmic cycles. So, here come the questions and my theories, which are continually evolving.

What Happens When They Die?

Short answer: They level up or are in the process of gaining a new level—graduating.

Long answer: In Jumanji and most other quest/adventure games a player seeks information, objects/points for completing tasks, complementary companions etc. Knowledge and stuff won/earned allows you to move on the next level or complete the game. This makes me think our lives are much the same. When our life or current state of being ends, we graduate or complete the game—Game Over, right? Only, we have other games to play, other realities to experience. Maybe, once we’ve experience all we can of the Jumanji universe, we’re onto Sonic next. Respawning, or coming back to the same point where you died (like being eaten by that hippo in Jumanji), seems much like reincarnation, allowing us to learn and work through issues (karma) until we can move forward.

Why Do They (Passed Over Ones) Contact Us?

Short answer: Infodumps or Exchange of Information

Long answer: Sometimes part of the next game/purpose of their soul is to act as guides (cheatsheet sharers and teachers simultaneously). Other times, They may need information or to learn something more via us for their own evolution. Many of you are familiar with the first concept, but the more I experience mediumship and spiritual guides, the more I feel there are times when they need us, or even experience us, in a similar manner. Another friend of mine years ago suggested the same to me from his own experience: that it’s a mutual exchange in some way. Being in spirit might mean aspects of the human or (3-D) world aren’t as accessible to them, or perhaps They didn’t complete some less meaningful experiences. So, from Their perspective, it may be similar to discussing with your friend who’s still playing the game you finished something like: “Where exactly was the dinosaur? The roof! No wonder I didn’t meet the T-Rex!”

How Do Mediums Get Messages From Them?

(Personal to me, may differ vastly with other mediums)
Short answer: Pop-up info blocks. Superimposed information via visuals, or audio.

Long answer: Multi-verses and Multi-timelines are my feelings on this. The way I experience my grandmother’s visits are like a superimposed impression in this reality, or (for Pratchett fans) Tiffany’s famous Third Thoughts that Answer Back At You in the voice of my Grandmother. For me, this happens with the doggies, too 🙂

But How Can They Be In Two Or More Places At Once?

Short Answer: Concurrent multiverses/timelines/realities and multi-dimensional states

Long Answer: Bear with me on this one. If you’re experiencing life in 3-D (or any other higher D), there’s a part of you that is seen in 1-D, and more of you in 2-D, etc. This means we’re already multi-dimensional, but mostly aware of 3- and 4-D experiences. One’s who’ve passed over maybe able to express themselves in even more dimensions.
How often do you do two things at once (talk to someone and play a game), or multi-task even further: drive, sing, plan the rest of route, run a debate through your mind on the topic discussed on radio, and adjust the aircon at more or less the same time? I believe They can do the same, only They’re driving in one universe, singing in another, planning Their route in yet another while debating with you in this, and so on. Getting back to ‘Jumanji’ and game analogies, consider Avatars: Same personality/energy/awareness but difference skill-sets. The characters are aware of their small town high-school lives, personalities and relationships. But in the game (another reality/timeline), they have other personalities, tools and skillsets available to them—maps only they can see, physical skills they can express, knowledge implanted in them. While their high-school selves predominate and is their primary awareness, they integrate aspects of their avatars in their responses and reactions. In fact, they need the avatar’s skills and knowledge to complete the game.

So, there you have it. The WISI on Life, Death, and Jumanji. I hope it’s got you thinking, contemplating, and exploring concepts that will help you find your own truth and understanding along with your awesome friends 🙂

If you’d like to discuss this further, look for the Ramble: Way I See It== Life, Death and Jumanji on my Patreon. For more on my early channeling experiences and thoughts, read my letter on Sciencefantasyhub.

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Tarotscopes for Mid-January to February 2020

With Bonus YES/No/Maybe options

2020 has finally started, and I have your Tarotscopes for mid-January to February up on my Patreon. Patrons, as usual, have already had their early access since 14 January 2020—later than I planned, but we’ll be back on track for the March to April 2020 Tarotscopes.

Also up on my Patreon is the Capricorn Birthday To Birthday Challenges divination and the LeNormand 6 Month forecast for the first half of 2020.
It’s exciting to see how trends are changing and you’re evolving. 2020 is definitely a year of changes!

Meanwhile, things got very interesting on my YouTube over the holiday period. Thank you for all the views and welcome to all new subscribers. We had some great feedback on the pet readings, and if you want a quick love forecast, there’s a video for you, too. Links are below.
Unfortunately, I’ve been having trouble uploading to YouTube since November 2019, so I’m looking at alternative sites to host my videos in 2020 for free (free content for them, free higher profile for me). If you’d like to recommend a site, please let know in the comments. I’d appreciate it 😀

Before you go, I’m offering a free channeled message from deities I work with. The details and request form are here on my other blog.
https://leennanaidoo.wordpress.com/2020/01/17/channeling-valentines-letter-from-the-deities/

Happy 2020 once again, and may your Yes/No/Maybe’s be for your highest good always!
Leenna

Your Tarotscopes

Earth:

Capricorn
Taurus
Virgo
https://www.patreon.com/posts/33139146

Fire:

Aries
Leo
Sagittarius

https://www.patreon.com/posts/33138970

Water:

Pisces
Cancer
Scorpio
https://www.patreon.com/posts/33138795

Air:

Aquarius
Gemini
Libra
https://www.patreon.com/posts/33138101

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My Travels 2020
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Messages From Pets Who’ve Passed Away

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Happy 2020!

And if you’re looking for those Bonus Tarotscopes still, here are the links:

Earth signs: https://www.patreon.com/posts/32113870
Air Signs: https://www.patreon.com/posts/32114189
Water signs: https://www.patreon.com/posts/32114467
Fire signs: https://www.patreon.com/posts/32114613

Sending love and hope for rain to koalas and Aussies affected by the bushfires.

And gratitude and good vibes to all of you for your support on this blogs and for my writing 😀

Leenna

Posted in FYI, mind body soul, tarot month ahead, tarotscope

Tarotscopes: November to December 2019

It’s Mercury Retrograde feeling like a Saturn Return!

Amazing, we’re already in November! 2020 is just a few weeks away and some of us feeling like we’re still in some pretty rough waters. The good news is that a few of us are going to find the easy, smooth side of the rapids we’re negotiating (and maybe even a short-cut or two), while those who’ve not been paddling as hard as they should…Well, it’s time to move with more direction away from dead-end creeks and hold on tight to that paddle. You definitely don’t want to lose it over the next two months! Yep, interesting, and hopefully fun times for you ahead!

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Tarotscopes November to December 2019

Water
Scorpio
Pisces
Cancer

Fire
Sagittarius
Aries
Leo

Earth
Capricorn
Taurus
Virgo

Tarotscopes air signs Nov Dec 2019

Air
Aquarius
Gemini
Libra

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In The Limelight: Cat Leonard

Cat Leonard artist quote colors

I’ve been a fan of Cat Leonard and her work since 2015 when she illustrated a work of mine for SciPhi Journal. I fell in love with her bold style, which is so reminiscent of the Aussie Outback for me. More so, I adore her animal portraits, too, with their unusual perspectives. I must admit her portraits of people often leave me feeling conflicted. I feel she captures something beyond their mere image, beyond what most people might see—an emotion or attitude they may not admit to when first meeting you!
Though Cat agreed to an interview some time ago, it’s taken this long for us to make this happen. Life and interesting things have been coming along! I’m glad Cat managed to make some time for my questions before her next commission and workshop. Here’s how it went.

Book cover SciPhi Journal Issue 5 artist Cat Leonard

I love your cyan and orange/yellow signature paintings. How did you get into that combination?
Hmmmm…what would those colours be in my pallet? Cobalt turquoise, Cadmium orange light, Nickel yellow, Australian salmon gum…
I tend to think about colour in terms of what they are next to, because colours look their best when you can see other colours at the same time. Like pink is my favourite colour but only when I can see yellow at the same time, and because certain colours work next to specific other colours I tend to group them like that in my paintings. So, when I get out pink I also get out yellow, which is why I regularly choose my “signature” colour combinations.

Quote Cat Leonard artist painting animals
Cat Leonard Sovereign Fowl catleonardart.com
Sovereign Fowl

Your pet and animal portraits are magnificent. Do you prefer them to your portraits of people? If so, why?
Animals are quicker to paint than people, and I can really let loose with paint, colour and wild marks when painting fur, feathers and, say…the wrinkled skin of a chicken’s head. Also, I enjoy painting old people with wrinkles and age spots, and can tackle them in a similar way, but young smooth skin, especially children and babies, and candid poses at a distance where I don’t see marks, wrinkles or spots in the skin, such as full figurative work, for me is more challenging. But I’ve been learning oils and glazing so that’s slowly changing as I play with that medium.

Llama by Cat Leonard catleonardart.com

So, I’ve often wondered, just how long does it take you to paint the animal portraits? Do you now have a kind of system for getting them done to a deadline?
If I’ve got a deadline I can paint them quicker. I once had a deadline of a day, so I told myself I could do it and painted a glorious pig overnight. I didn’t think about it and I just painted; knew the formulae from a previous painting and used that.
I can re-paint my paintings a lot quicker than new ones and some commissions ask for those.

Horse and rooster art by Cat Leonard catleonardart.com

You’ve had an unusual series a few years ago which featured animals juxtaposed with text—old books and newspapers, I think it was. Do you enjoy mixing media and the seeming incongruous, or was that an experimental phase?
I love mixed media and I do work this way still today. Often the back of my work has interesting pages torn out of books stuck on them with the title of the work painted next to or on them (a little surprise for the buyer). But that body of work was inspired by a photographer/poet, and I worked with them on several projects over several years.


Quote Cat Leonard book cover creation

Tell us a little about your book and story illustrations. Do you still work on them?
Mainly I do covers, and at the moment I illustrate the covers for Francis Porretto. I’m commissioned to do my 6th cover for him. He sends me chapters to read and from those I conceive a visual.

Book cover The Wise And The Mad by Francis W Porretto artist Cat Leonard catleonardart.com

It’s quite a responsibility creating a book cover because it gives the first impressions of the book, so you’ve gotta say something about the story, make it intriguing but not give anything important away and not create a visual that will direct the imagination away from what’s described in the story—like you don’t want to present a character from the story that doesn’t do that character justice.

St Michael by Cat Leonard catleonardart.com
St Micheal

You’ve also shared some religious icon-inspired pieces. Is that a path you’d like to explore further?
Yes, religious art does interest me, especially Christian liturgical art. Being Catholic myself, having grown up in a large catholic family, I feel that I haven’t quite found my feet in this genre yet, but I’ve certainly dabbled and painted St Michael by request three times, and Monsignor Ian Dempsey and Philip Wilson when he was archbishop of Adelaide, the passion of Christ and the resurrection and the Mother of God three times, and some other stuff. The most recent St Michael was an interesting experience where I kind of re-interpreted Guido Reni’s famous painting St Michael Defeats Satan, and I used a familiar process I often use where I take a messed up canvas and then draw him out through the mess as I pull together the marks—like bringing him forward through the mess of postmodernism. It was most enjoyable.

Oil painting by Cat Leonard catleonardart.com
Oil painting

The South Australian Fine Arts scene seems quite healthy, and I reckon you get commissions from all across the country. So, are you working on expanding your presence abroad, too, by working with international commissions?
I do get commissions from all over the place, but most are from Adelaide.
It’s a standard question I ask these days with commissions: “Are you from Adelaide?” Because I’ve gotta consider the options for painting things that are suitable to post or the shipping fees are ridiculously expensive, so I would prefer to send a small work or one I can take off the frame and roll up and it gets re-framed at their end.

As for the future, any predictions on what we can expect from Cat Leonard, Fine Artist
and experimenter?
Well, I’m learning how to properly teach others the craft—I do already give painting workshops, but now I’ve joined a small team of art tutors at Splashout Studios and am being taught how to teach by an expert, so that’s quite a learning curve for me, extremely confronting and challenging but so very enjoyable as I see the fruits of my efforts unfold…

Montage of art by Cat Leonard catleonardart.com
Works of Cat Leonard

About Cat Leonard

Cat Leonard artist selfie

I am an artist, painter of portraits, contester of postmodernism and proverbial blunderer. I declare through my craft that perfection is the perfect amount of imperfection, that there are moments of organic messiness in beauty when it is arranged correctly, and that is what I strive to achieve in my paintings, an ordered chaos.
Since 2010, I’ve been building up my art business. Painting commissioned paintings, Illustrating covers for books by various authors, exhibiting in galleries, selling products on-line and teaching workshops and tutorials in schools. I also mentor for Year 11 and 12 students who are interested in pursuing the fine arts as a career.

Find Cat online
website: catleonardart.com
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TBR and Recommended October 2019

Caught up on some reading, fell back on some work. (sigh). What’s a writer to do…?

Giveaways!

Whatever your genre, there’s quick reads and longer reads to help you through this last part of year!

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Whatever your genre, there’s quick reads and longer reads to help you through this last part of year!
27th September, 2019 to 11th October, 2019
All genres.
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Christmas to Halloween and everything in between!
13th October, 2019 to 4th November, 2019
Holidays, thrillers, horror, suspense and many other genres.
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Little Known, Highly Recommended

Stephanie Barr book cover Beast Within Bete series

Beast Within (science fiction, romance)
Stephanie Barr
The first in the Bete trilogy, I enjoyed this pioneering story with shape-shifters more than I thought I would. Combining the familiarity of crashed ship on a new world with shifters trying to keep their secret in close proximity to regular humans made for a interesting situation. I enjoyed the characters and the humour, and found that by midpoint, I couldn’t put it down. I’ll be looking for the rest of this trilogy!
I won this book in a giveaway.

Book cover Roger Stelljes Deadly Stillwater

Deadly Stillwater (crime, police procedural)
Roger StelljesSet in Minnesota and surroundings, this was a solidly paced and plotted story with engaging characters, all making for a very satisfying read. I liked that the plot tied up the lose ends without making unbelievable twists. The heroes could have been a little more vulnerable, but with the intrepid reporter helping out, it nicely balanced things out for me. Another series to look out for, I think!

Little Known, Recommended

Green Light (British crime)
JG Alva
A prequel novella in the Sutton Mills series, this one had me reading it straight through, much to my surprise.
Sutton, an artist with a questionable past, makes for an intriguing anti-hero, and his circle of friends are varied and well presented. A well-rounded story and a good introduction to the series, but like so many of British crime stories, it’s the characters and emotions that are the draw rather than a neatly-tied up plot or ending.
I downloaded this in Prolific Works giveaway.

Back next month with a recommendation or two and the last giveaway for this year!

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TBR Love: September 2019

Just the one review, and some very exciting news about Cosmic Roots and Eldritch Shores!

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Little Known, Highly Recommended

Spotelss by Camilla Monk from Smashwords.com

Spotless (Series #1) (romance, suspense, humor, action)
Camilla MonkA woman named Island (I know, I know) is kidnapped by a hitman with a serious (and I mean serious!) OCD problem. They’re both strangely weird people, who form a strange, but satisfying bond under various intense and upsetting circumstances involving interesting locations, bullets, blood, and various psychos.

Imagine the movie series The Transporter meets Meg Cabot’s romances meets some really great characterisation and plotting…without holes, or its slip showing at embarrassing places, or resorting to predictability or illogical plot-contortions just to keep one cinematic scene intact… I couldn’t stop reading it. It’s fun. It’s brilliant. It’s not for those who love plots-by-numbers types. I can’t wait to read the next one! But I have to. Because work.

Quest for the wholly pale 0 calories
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Tarotscopes September and October Plus Extended Read

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Can you believe it’s already September! This year seems to going even faster than a trip on a fast-train. I can almost hear the days whooshing by…So, the good news is the changes you’ve been waiting for are imminent if they haven’t already appeared. And if they have, or when they do, they may take a little bit more adjusting to than you anticipated. More bad news is you may have to adjust some plans or delay them indefinitely.
Good news is, you may have more fun in the long-run, and what you have on your plate may be much, much better than anything you could have anticipated!
Sometimes, you just have to trust that the Universe knows when to serve you your new favourite things (or people)!
I’ve got an extended read for your bi-month, too—About That Matter You’re Thinking About.
Enjoy!

Tarotscopes
September to October 2019

Earth signs
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Water signs
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