2019 Weekly Synopsis
GREETINGS FROM FAR EASTERN OREGON
~February 2, 2019
The last few weeks we have talked about the mud. Typically we would be frozen, but we are not. Even though we have sandy soil we have not dried up like usual. More rain is slated –considerable amounts I should have said. So, I don’t think the mud situation is going away any time soon.
We have been busy with the puppy thing. What a delight they are to raise and to hand off to someone who dreams of a relationship.
There is a considerable amount of work that goes into each puppy. It begins before they are born–the prenatal care thing. Right up until they go out the door we are busy facilitating the preparation. It is our joy to do this for you.
This Week On the Blog…
Willow was busy finding something and Jan captured her for us–as you read on Sunday’s blog. We love that photo and the hole she dug in no time at all. Over the week we have a lot of variation with the updates. We sincerely hope you enjoyed our posts.
Damon and his two OwyheeStars–one a blue and the other the traditional gray ghost updated us. What a great post it was too. Then too, another repeat client (Dionne) Penny’s Mom shared her fabulous story–from Pendleton to British Columbia. Thank you, every one of you, who gave us an update. We truly appreciate you!
Sunday— January 27 — Looking For a Find
Monday–- January 28 — Not All That Long Ago
Tuesday — January 29 — Our Penny
Wednesday — January 30 — My Two OwyheeStars
Thursday –- January 31 — Expert Advice
Friday — February 1 — Remy
On a very personal note
It has been more of the same –basketball and the puppy thing. We have not seen our Great Granddaughters for some time. They have been plagued with January sickness. We hope they can come next week–we need to love their faces.
Cliff is still busy building on the Weimar Annex–haha. Nothing moves fast around here. I am back to the Art Department. I have three pieces ready for the bisque fire–it is scheduled for Monday. Then, I will be making something else one Tuesday as well as glazing the bisque pieces. So, as you can see we continue with the typical kind of thing.