2018 Weekly Synopsis
GREETINGS FROM FAR EASTERN OREGON
~December 8, 2018
We are enveloped in the freezing temperatures–thus far it has warmed up enough to clean up the outside potty area. Winter makes it tough. And, lest we forget–frozen tootsie rolls are not something we want to see on the Weimar lips either. (OMG) Sorry for that image but it is a winter delight–for them. (Ewe)
The Top Onion sludge haulers are coming at a steady pace and unloading their leftovers on fields closer to the river. We were watching a small herd of deer in our hay field when a truck roomed by spooking them. There were about eight deer, but the photo only captured two crossing over the tracks–bummer.
We are doing the same as last week. It is the taking care of puppies and prospective Mamas. Pampering the Weims is our thing. Oh, and as Dusty points out–even an old guy needs a lot of attention. Sometimes he gets it bedding messed up. We fix it for him.
The puppies love being outside as much as possible despite the frigid temperatures. When inside, they cannot wait to escape to the yard and run around. (Haha)
Thank you, contributors. We loved hearing from you. Each one delighted us. We hope you (our followers) found them the same. Hearing from Doc Holiday’s family after so many years, was a special treat. Nonetheless, each of these folks who took the opportunity to help us with a post is appreciated more than I can express in a few short words.
Sunday— December 2 — When In Doubt (Bella Blue)
Monday–- December 3 — Two Years Old (Smokey)
Tuesday — December 4 — Doc Holiday
Wednesday —December 5 — Mesquite
Thursday –-December 6 — Not A Weimaraner
Friday — December 7 — Questions Answered
On a very personal note
We have basketball on the mind, in our heart, and scheduled on the calendar. More of it today if everything aligns so we can attend games in Nyssa (for Nick) and Brad will play at Ontario High–their opponent is a very good Weiser team. Nick’s first game is a bit of a push at 10 AM this morning. I don’t know just yet if either of us can get there. We will if possible.
We are pulling together a few Christmas gifts. We do mostly the Grandparent’s cash thing. That is what the kids prefer. Our greatest efforts at finding a relevant gift in our price range would be futile. It is better this way. Of course, the driver’s would all love we purchase them a car. Wouldn’t that be lovely? If only! The other thing we try to do is to be there for them. Possibly that is the greatest gift of all. Don’t you agree?