Introducing: Farmer’s Bounty, From Bil-Jac!

**PLEASE NOTE: While Bil-Jac’s Farmer’s Bounty DID provide me with this product to review at no cost, I was not in any way paid for my review. The following opinion is hereby my own.**

The other day was an exciting day at the House of Campbell. I received a box in the mail! (Now, that’s not so much unusual, but it was what was in the box that was exciting – it was dog food!)

Normally, my hubby gets excited about packages arriving, because it tends to be food that he tends to get to taste-test. He was a little disappointed that this particular package wasn’t for him but for Taffy the dog!

And Taffy was absolutely enthralled!

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“Um, excuse me. I can smell that and I like it. Can I have that, please?” (She’s very polite!)

Since I am a PetSmart shopper, and Bil-Jac’s Farmer’s Bounty is sold exclusively at PetsMart, I had seen this brand before, but I didn’t remember having seen Farmer’s Bounty! So I did a bit of research to see exactly what it was that I was going to feed our dog.

I learned that Farmer’s Bounty is packed with wholesome ingredients! 20 pounds of fresh, cage-free chicken are used to make every single 24-pound bag of food! As in nature, Bil-Jac includes the chicken organs, which help supply essential amino acids. They also use steam-rolled oats (the only grain in the food) to supply energy and soluble fiber!

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A Trip to HomeGoods

It’s Day #2 of the Back to School Blog Hop! Today it’s Dana’s turn to share over at Prudent Wisdom! Check out her post on Back to School Lunch Ideas HERE! Yummy!!!

Now, I must tell you that I LOVE HomeGoods! But I don’t get to go as often as I used to, because, since we moved, the closest one is now about 45 minutes away. (And when Hobby Lobby is just 15 minutes away…well, you can see where I spend more time!) However, we were in the neighborhood over the weekend, so here’s what caught my eye:

I have been LOVING white dishes lately.

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Maybe it’s just that they look so crisp and clean and elegant, or because they’re neutral…I’m not really sure. But I DO enjoy them!

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