Are You Aware?
Portland (Oregon) has the motto. Keep Portland Weird. You can find it on signs, painted on buildings, and on those who wear attire. If you are curious or brave you can check it out at their website–click here! In light of this information, why would we think it odd to find a group of Weim-nuts growing on trees in and around that area?
The Head Cheerleader has spoken
As you can imagine my mom and I like to make crazy plans, and one of those plans involve multiple Owyheestar a Weimars 🙂 I was wondering if you’d be willing to put an APB out for Portland Weims. We are looking for all available Weim-nuts in the Portland area on December 12th at 3 pm. If people are interested, they can email me (Holly) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cliff and Shela– I wanted to entice people to join us. Here are some of Goldee’s classic nutty snapshots.:)
Terri the Pet Photographer
We did our annual family photos today (November 29, 2015), and Goldee was in prime modeling form. She couldn’t get enough of the camera.I can’t even begin to tell you the joy Goldee has brought to Joe, Holly and Autzen. As we walked along the path today, the two dogs continually checked up on each other and from day one have been the best of friends. It amazes me how different the two girls personalities are.
Of course, as Holly was setting up the session today, she wanted to make sure that Emma, the girl that turned her into a Weimienut was in the photo too. I can’t help but think that Emma had all of Holly’s best interests in mind when she put Holly and Goldee together.
Cliff and I are speechless and totally blown away by these lovely photos. Thank you, Terri and Holly. You have blessed us beyond anything we could have imagined. It is also important to disclose that Holly’s email is posted with permission. We do not disclose contact information for a number of reasons (without permission). We also are very limited with available time to get involved in helping folks make a connection. We live in a wonderful time where it is possible to find others with the same interest via Facebook. For those wishing to connect with Terri for a personal pet photo session, please click here! Whatever your passion (small critters, cats, dogs, birds (even a pet chicken with a sweater) Terri is able to capture a memory you can cherish long down the road. We cannot put into words what she can do with the camera, but you can check it out for yourself.
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