2017 8th Saturday Recap
Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ We still have snow
The snow is still with us, but it slowly makes a reluctant departure. The left-hand photo was taken yesterday morning. The other was from a week ago–the same that appeared on last Saturday’s blog. Around Ontario, there are piles of dirty, ugly snow here and there. Soon it will be only a memory.
We said goodbye to February and hello March. So far, it has been much as the adage would have us to believe–out with a Lion attitude and in with the Lamb. March has been kinder, and it reminds us of the hope of spring’s imminent arrival. First, we face the daylight savings spring forward event. Who is looking forward to it? March 12th is not that far off and might we suggest you be working to change the time a bit earlier. It will make the transition for the Weimaraner easier. Some of you know what I mean. Others have no clue that this fur family member is more reliable than some of the old time clocks.
This Week on the Blog
Here are the week’s posts if you wish you may review or visit them today! It is a fun week I think you will agree.
Sunday—February 26 — Weimar Games
Monday —February 27 — Stella Blue
Tuesday —February 28 — Our Winnie
Wednesday —March 1 — Gus
Thursday —March 2 — Happy Boy
Friday — March 3 — Progress
On a very personal note
We ordered a second area rug for our living room floor. The rug should work to preserve the hardwood flooring from our farm lifestyle. We don’t take off our shoes–we do try to be as clean as it is possible. Our effort is often not so evident. I am still working on getting things to feel right–if you understand. The house is long and narrow–the living room is the same. I want the atmosphere comfortable and livable–nothing elegant or that takes a lot to maintain. I guess I can be either considered practical or lazy.
My lungs appear to be the ongoing topic. There is new medication to control the radiation-induced inflammation. Another medical appointment today as well as acupuncture. I feel better tonight so either the medication is working, or I was getting better anyhow. I have a new physician, and I feel good about her. Don’t feel sorry for me. This illness is far harder on Cliff.
Thanks to You
There is no way we could ever thank you enough for your love and support. We are in need of a few stories to get through the December blogging. Several of you have promised; however, we understand how busy you might be–nevertheless if you can send along something we would greatly appreciate it. Without you, this would be impossible.