Friday, September 26, 2014
Hi guys, sorry I've been away. Truth is since Jackson passed I've not been motivated to sit here and talk about my days. My life is good, I'm good it's just that this blog was named after him as everything I posted was seen through his eyes... And it feels different now.
Life goes on and living on a ranch with others who need my time, offer kisses, hugs and laughter is the best kind of medicine. The last couple weeks have been hectic here too. We've decided that our move date over to the lot will be the end of next month. Yep, we'll be glamping in our RV for a few months as we develop the land. We are finalizing our house plans and I love it. It's going to be perfect!
I can't hardly wait to get back to fresh breads and soups as our main staple. Not to mention that quiet at the end of the day where my knitting needles sit so perfectly in my hands. Ohhhh yes fall is my favorite season and I hope Mother Nature will bring it to our hood soon.
Okay I think you're up to date with the shenanigans over here, how are you? I'm looking forward to bouncing around a bit and seeing everyone.
Friday, September 12, 2014
In other news, Ms. Daisy Mae is now Ms. Daisy Mayhem. Ahem, she is so sweet but man oh man does she has energy, no prior training and some separation anxiety. Keeping her calm for a week (due to spaying) is not an easy task. She needs to run but for now she's on a leash next to me... Keeping her quiet is our #1 task next to potty training. Puppies are exhausting and it's been only 3 days haha. We'll get there she is a smart and gentle girl who seems to be enjoying all the attention and the indoors.
Happy Weekending Peeps!
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
I saw this on Facebook, went to meet her and the very next day picked her up from the clinic where she was spayed.
Her and Duke hit it off immediately, I know he is happy to have a energetic play buddy. I was worried about him chasing the coyotes off property by himself as well since we laid Jack to rest.
We're off to the vet after morning chores for a check up and to handle those nasty worms, yuck.
Welcome home Daisy Mae we are so happy you're here!