This Week’s OwyheeStar News

Saturday at Owyheestar

3 & 8 Zula Blue 6Wks-50Here is something from the last of the 2014 pups. Some folks have been waiting a long time to see these cute faces. Nonetheless, they are worth waiting for I believe.

A tumbleweed can go where it would like, but only if the wind cooperates. One blew into the big yard between the farm house, and ours. These pups enjoyed playing with that weed, and each other.

Theirs is a carefree life. They don’t know that Christmas is coming despite the lights, decorations, and deliveries.

This Week

3 & 8 Zula Blue 6Wks-5We are once again thankful for the updates that make this possible!

Sunday December 14  — It’s a Bepopity Birthday

Monday December 15 — This is a New One, and a Good One

Tuesday December 16 – More Fun Ahead

Wednesday December 17 — Nala We don’t want Hampster Breath

Thursday  December 18 — Christmas Bella

Friday  December 19 — Our Silver Gray Ghost

On a very personal note……

I am in  the thick of the cancer treatment thing. The cough hangs on–this is no thanks to the damp weather which is not kind to my asthma. I am moving slower, and I what is possible everyday. I take care of the pups, and myself. Poor Cliff has to fend for himself, and help me on top of his usual workload. 

As Always…

Thank you for your love and support. Keep the puppy updates coming. They brighten our day; and allow us to have something to share.

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Posted on December 20, 2014, in OwyheeStar News and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. The are worth the wait, of course :o) Take care and I hope the cough will disappear soon.

  2. I’m sure that those incredibly cute faces reduce your pain and give you strength to cope with the illness. Being in the thick also means that easier, better and hopefully carefree times are approaching. Go, Shela, go! And I think you don’t have to worry about Cliff – he is a big boy 🙂 and does eagerly everything for you what he can.

    • You are so kind. Thank you. At first, I was not going to disclose this; however, my infinitely wise husband said, “No Way.” People will know something is wrong, there will be added pressure if you fall behind, and you need the support. He is a good one. :O)

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