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I bet you thought I had all of this free time on my hands since we became empty nesters this year. Between running tanya foster consulting, the film+fashion+fun blog and volunteering on various charity projects, I really don’t have free time. Enter the new love of my life – Max (short for Maxwell). You probably know that we already own one Norfolk Terrier because you see Sparky on the blog. My sweet husband surprised me with this adorable addition to the family on Friday. And honestly, I couldn’t be happier. Everyone is adjusting nicely and Max is such a little snuggle bug. Pets bring such joy to our lives by offering unconditional  love. It is literally impossible to have a bad day with a puppy in your life.

I bet you know what my day is consumed with now. Potty training. Any advice? I would love to hear your suggestions. Just leave me a comment below.

Happy Monday. How did you do with the lost hour? I really dislike springing forward. xoxo- Tanya

About Norfolk Terriers

The Norfolk Terrier, game and hardy, with expressive dropped ears, is one of the smallest of the working terriers. It is active and compact, free-moving, with good substance and bone. With its natural, weather-resistant coat and short legs, it is a “perfect demon” in the field. This versatile, agreeable breed can go to ground, bolt a fox and tackle or dispatch other small vermin, working alone or with a pack. Honorable scars from wear and tear are acceptable in the ring.

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