GREETINGS FROM FAR EASTERN OREGON
~November 30, 2019
Well, just like that we are at the end of November.
Thanksgiving with family made us smile–none more than the two Great-granddaughters who entertained us–but also who set the perfect table without incident. The leftover pie disappears from the counter and shows up on our hips. (Oops)
Pie is not the only thing that has gone missing–well, this is a good thing. Our haystack was loaded on the truck and hauled away.
Bettee’s pups are maturing and changing every day. The dinky male still needs extra nourishment, but readily takes to bottle feeding. We will see what happens–it remains to be discovered, but for now, he is doing well.
Christina is busy–engaged in all things pups related. She also tends our needs as time permits. We are feeling very blessed.
This Week On the Blog…
As always, thanks to our faithful OwyheeStar contributors–they make this all possible. (Haha) We sincerely hope our readers enjoyed these updates as much as we did, too. If you have a story that you will let me share–I need at least three sentences and a decent photo. I prefer to receive it via email. (FYI–we only use stories that feature the OwyheeStar Weimaraner).
Sunday— November 24 — What Else (Stackhouse)
Monday–-November 25—Run Away Kali Blue
Tuesday – November 26 May I Help You? (Waylon James)
Wednesday November 27 — Sharing Life (Bella & Daisy)
Thursday –- November 28 — Thanksgiving
Friday — November 29 — Maggie
On a very personal note
Cliff continues to improve but finds his stamina lacking. It has been tough. Dr. Smith says for every day in the hospital to expect a week for recovery. If we count the four trips to ER (which were far worse for Cliff), then we are looking at about a month to get back on his feet. He is working and keeping up the essential things. As possible, he is taking care of the miscellaneous repairs, etc.
We don’t subscribe to Murphy’s Law, but somehow it overtakes us from time to time. (Haha) We were fortunate more things didn’t go awry during Cliff’s medical encounter. The Gator had to be repaired, a water issue developed and had to be fixed, and there is a small electrical issue, too. Let’s not count all the other things he does to keep things working–that we were spared during that week. All-in-all things went well.
I was able to get to the Art Department and work on a few of the things in progress. Sadly, one of my favorites imploded. (Oops)
I’ll make another when I get a chance. (Haha) Hopefully, the items awaiting the next firing will come through in good condition.