Meg Burns Dolson's Profile
|Display Name:||Meg Burns Dolson|
We fly with our dog all the time, and he is always checked below the plane. We've never had a problem. I think it really depends on your own attitude and level of anxiety. Finn is always happy to go to the airport and meet people/sniff new smells, and he happily jumps in his crate when it's time to go. Book as far in advance as possible. We don't fly with him in summer or winter (I would be too afraid of it being too hot or cold, even though it's temperature controlled down where they put the pooches).
Taking the Ooch Out of Traveling With Your Pooch Young House Love
|7/26/12 1:58 PM|
hmmm. this should have been a million times easier than my regular sauce but for some reason I don't understand....do you strain the canned plum tomatoes, or toss in the liquid as well?
Classic Recipe: Marcella Hazan's Famous Tomato Sauce
|2/12/12 9:26 PM|
I feel like it would be easier/quicker to invest in a dog.
Would You Leash-Train Your Cat?
The New York Times
|1/7/12 10:28 AM|
*LOVE* how unique and thoughtful each of these are. Super impressed with Jane's patience to create the wall collection tree.
No Room for a Tree? 10 DIY Modern Holiday Alternatives
|12/3/11 4:45 PM|
Oh WOW, I LOVE how whimsical the ribbons are!
Styling Cornucopia: Scout Vintage Rentals
|11/15/11 7:07 PM|
I love cider either way...but I love it most with a shot of butterscotch schnapps mixed it. Or adding cider and a grated apple to your potato soup as it simmers. Both are delish and are why I LOVE fall.
The Real Deal: Have You Ever Tried Unpasteurized Cider?
|9/14/11 11:55 AM|