Saturday, November 29, 2008

A Special Christmas

Our daughter, Kathy, will be here with us for Christmas. This will be hard for her as it is the first Christmas without her husband. He died Dec. 1 2008. We plan to visit the horse farm in the country where Equine Second Chance cares for approximately 60 horses. They have been mistreated horses or their owners can no longer care for them. We will take along a couple bags of carrots and, of course, a donation.

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Dogs from all corners of the world

I judged in Maryland last weekend. lst to that bulldog I liked last month. She keeps getting better. Second to Tibetan Terrier - tough little dogs. Third to a Keeshond, my once breed and fourth to a Sheba Inu the breed from Japan. I always love to be in the company of well-bred, quality dogs, some better than others, of course. We had Keeshond for twenty years. They are so sweet. This dog was heavily coated, ready for cold weather.
Wishing everyone a lovely T-giving. We must all remember and giver thanks for what we have. We are still the greatest country in the world. Save room for pie.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Acceptance of my story Yogi.

A new and impressive online magazine for dog show enthusiast(ezine) has just accepted my story about my cinderella dog, Yogi that appeard in my book. Ezines are fast becoming the choice for circulating magazines. Nothing to throw out after reading therefore not in the landfill.

Friday, November 7, 2008

Bones in the water pail.

Sorry, wrong title for previous post. This is for bones in the water pail. Fanci and Joe drink their water from a pail on the carport. When Warren gives them knuckle bones to chew (their teeth are beautifully white). They chew for a while and when they need a drink take their bone to the water pail, drop it into the pail so they can drink. However, they are not Labs and they don't retrieve them.