This Week at OwyheeStar
All is quiet (for a moment) on this western front. We are positive it is not going to stay that way for long. If we open the front door cows will be talking to us. Someone is sure to whimper, or complain before long. The process of getting Cliff out the door to train this morning is going to be in full swing soon.
The spring pups have departed. News is filtering in, and it is heartwarming. I am sure Michael (pictured here) didn’t think school was all that important when he could be home snuggling with Kula. Several adults didn’t want to go to work either. What can we say? I think heart-melting would cover the pup’s arrival. All too soon though, they are into everything. Despite the challenges, for some of us, nothing else will do other than the Weimaraner.
The Week on the Blog….
We are once again thankful for the updates that make this possible! We have received some emailed updates, but they will go fast. Right now, when I need to limit the keyboard time, it really does help. Thank You!
Sunday April 19 — Inappropriate Sunday Look
Monday April 20— Fall Creek’s Timber
Tuesday April 21 – Goldee turns Two
Wednesday April 22 — Angels assist with puppy exits
Thursday April 23 —Jorga fills the gap
Friday April 24— Joy encounters bench dangers
On a very personal note……
Everything continues as usual. I am still struggling with the Lymphedema, but I am weary of it taking some of our time each day. Nonetheless, it is resistive, and lingering. I have to stay off the keyboard. Eventually, I will try voice activated posting, but I fear I don’t speak as easily as I type. It is weird, but remember I learned to type on the manual typewriter. Later, we needed to type rapidly to get the grade we desired. That was the only reason I could see for the 100 words per minute required. Today, that skill is useful. I can type faster than I (seem to) think. That gets me in trouble sometimes.
Cliff is packing up to go training. The spring hunt test is around the corner. The remodel continues, and I am packing for a bigger than hunt-test event–our move next door. Oh my gosh, you have no idea how much stuff we have, and what I am facing. Remember, we had more than 500 foster kids come through our home over a period of twenty years. We were both the recipient of everything from our parents. Finally, we have lived in this home almost 45 years. It has more storage than most people could imagine. It is all full. I didn’t say it was all important stuff. It all has been calling to me for some time. There are hot-spots that got attention before now, but most have received a cold shoulder. Some things can wait, but now I am forced to face them. Any setting aside will be discovered, and dealt with soon. It is time, as the move will come before winter.
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.