Greetings From Far Eastern Oregon
~ Malheur County
There is a strong breeze–about 10 MPH, and the wind has been a factor recently. Most of us are weary of it by now. The other thing we are tired of is being on Lockdown–Malheur County moved to more restrictions again. I have heard that we are the least compliant with vaccination and the rise in confirmed COVID cases.
Winnie is doing well–she is such an excellent Mama. Of course, our focus is puppy socialization. Here is the number one little longhair girl enjoying her turn.
Recently On the Blog…
Our faithful readers realize I have been struggling to keep the blog going–fresh easy to post material can be challenging to come by 365 days a year. I had mentioned we would post (randomly) as the material is available. I received enough material of the right kind to post every day this week. Thank you!
For Your Review
Sunday— May 2 — Sunday Photos
Monday–- May 3 — Maizie
Tuesday – May 4 — Willow TDI Dog
Wednesday — May 5— Mesquite
Thursday –- May 6 — Winnie’s Babies
Friday — May 7 — Ghost
On a very personal note
Cliff continues working on the bathroom –some of you probably wonder if we will ever get this project done. We often wonder the same thing–and sometimes it seems to go on forever as Cliff does what he can each day. Our green accent is possibly a bit brighter than expected, but Christina and I like it–Cliff is easy to please with color. (Haha)
You may have heard that my blood work results were good across the board, and the tumor marker count has taken another significant drop. We sincerely hope the trend continues. Dr. Morgan wants to increase the Vernenio dosage to help the cause. I am tolerating it well, so that is our next step.
Cliff’s blood work was even better than mine, and they believe for now they have his situation managed. Of course, we finished the week with a visit from Ashley and the three great-grand babies. What a joy it was to spend time together.