This Week at OwyheeStar
Another week flew by so fast for us; however, for those awaiting their pups arrival it probably drug on, and on. Nonetheless, the expectancy probably kept everyone motivated to go over everything, and make sure they were ready. The most overlooked needed item is sleep–being well-rested can come in handy.
The weather has been nothing short of April fickle. By Friday, the sun was shining, and you could feel them temperature rising. Monday, it was cold, and dampish feeling. The wind cooled things a bit more. We had to wear a warmer jacket, and cover our ears. Here we are at the end of the week with what promises to be early summer temps. The kind we all love so much. Cliff has had to turn on the irrigation for yards, and the hay. One more thing to keep him out of trouble. (Lol)
The Week on the Blog….
We are once again thankful for the updates that make this possible! We are a bit thin on material to work with, but there was enough.
Sunday April 12 — Dragon Cat
Monday April 13— The Weimaraner and Current Vaccine Concerns
Tuesday April 14 – Stick with the Weim
Wednesday April 15 — The Western Rattler
Thursday April 16 —Inseparable and Intwined
Friday April 17— Surprises, Gifts, and Whatnot
On a very personal note……
We find ourselves pressed on every side, but up for the battle. The remodel is coming along, and we are excited to see the two bedrooms nearing paint-ready status. The on-going issues with my arm (lymphedema and cellulitis) are still a concern. I had to make another trip to the ER Friday afternoon. What looks like pathetic nothing, is something I have to be concerned about due to the lack of the lymph nodes. Despite that, I am fortunate.
Our daughter is here today to help with all the things that need done. Deven had to travel to Spokane, WA. He won’t be back until Tuesday. That pretty much sums up everything but the bird news. We see an increasing number of wild pheasants. Cliff has been trying to keep some natural unfarmed habitat to ensure there was a place for birds to nest. It seems to be working; we have spotted, and heard a lot of pheasants this spring. In addition, our trail cam had captured a turkey in the sanctuary area. Cliff and the Weims had a chance encounter with it tonight. There are not many around in our area, but it is fun to have a couple of wild turkeys.
Thank you for your love and support. Keep the puppy updates coming–as I said above, I am running low on material. I need them for inspiration, and they brighten our day. Yes, and allow us to have something to share.