Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ Winter is now Winterish
No surprise — after a Spring-like January we have winter in February. (Haha) I should have taken photos–our snow isn’t deep but it covers the landscape paint the perfect winter profile. We still see the deer on and off. A couple of times this week we spotted the herd hanging out –grazing.
We are breath abated and wondering if either girl we mated earlier this year will produce a litter. First-time Mamas are unpredictable. We will have Spring pups–but we cannot be sure if it will be early or late Spring. It is always the question–but impossible to answer. Our best guess is they are going to arrive later than we hoped.
This Week On the Blog…
I am always looking for new information to share regarding the OwyheeStar offspring..
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).
We are always in need of OwyheeStar stories to share.
It helps when I get an email even if you send photos via another mode. I know you enjoy reading about other OwyheeStar pups–especially those related to yours.
For Your Review
Sunday— Jan. 31 — Sunday Photos
Monday–- Feb. 1 — From Sunny California
Tuesday – Feb. 2 — Zula Blue
Wednesday — Feb. 3 — The Pack
Thursday –- Feb. 4 — Shadow
Friday — Feb 5 — Wonder
On a very personal note
It has been a tough week–my X-ray and scan detected growths of a serious nature. I am slated to see the Oncologist on Wednesday afternoon. Cliff and I are stressed–the waiting is hard. Finding out the plan will be a good thing. Otherwise, Cliff has been working as time permits on the master bath. As silly as this might sound, it abuts the Whelp room–we like it that way. So there were some adjustments to be made along that wall too. When it is done, everything will be excellent.
It has been a week of medical and dental appointments–me with the scan and Cliff with his Light Treatment. We are hoping it will help with the itching, which disrupts his sleep. Anyhow, Dr. Thornfeldt knew about Cliff’s condition and understood how it could affect a person’s skin, so we will give his ideas the chance to work. It includes a special (non-insurance covered) compounded prescription. We will be happy if it works. We both had dental appointments–mine was cleaning, but I also discussed some options with my fabulous dentist. Don’t you love it when the caregivers are so on top of things? I know, we do.
With the recent developments, Cliff and Christina are scheduled to get the COVID vaccine because they are my caregivers–and the risk for me is extreme. Cliff was hoping I could still be vaccinated, but I cannot. At least, getting vaccinated may limit the risk of them bringing it to me.