Little Dog! Big Dog Attitude. Bailey "means it!" she "really MEANS IT!" Bailey Camp Run-A-Pup
Month: November 2009
Thank Full! For You!
Thank Full!! For You!! Mom who sends her coffee cakes, Dad who ships deer antlers, cousins who cook cookies, cousins who are odd, aunties who send reading lists, Cole who makes me laugh. My mom and dad most of all. Everything GOLD, Alexis who minds my spelling, Rachel who likes zombies and to text at … Continue reading Thank Full! For You!
Thanksgiving Quilt Of Many Memories!
Thanksgiving Quilt of Many Memories. For so many years, I encouraged, implored, and shamed Joe about wearing and saving his ratty t-shirts. He assured me each and every one was an important part of “Cole’s inheritance.” Turns out, he was right. Thank you Rebekah Russell! Joe’s t-shirt quilt is beautiful beyond anything we could have … Continue reading Thanksgiving Quilt Of Many Memories!
A Mouse In Our House?
When I say Jack Russell Terrier, what comes to mind? You probably think “mouse and rat killers.” (Right after thinking “Wasn’t Wishbone a Jack Russell?”) I mean, that’s what Jack Russell Terriers are bred for; they go “to ground” and with amazing tenacity, they follow the mouse (let’s not use rats, for peace of mind) … Continue reading A Mouse In Our House?
A Break Is Great!
I Need a Break! Do you find it “Odd” that forgiveness is plentiful, but getting a break takes an act of God? Recently, as I was juggling campers, kids, household stuff, paperwork, and car repairs, I wondered if I would be asked to leap tall buildings, too. Facebook friends commented back, ”Yep, in a single … Continue reading A Break Is Great!
Duvets For Dogs–Dig It!
Duvets for Dogs Here is an Odd product both Rascal and I love! For those of you who recycle with the intensity of a terrier, you are going to love the fact that you fill these beds with things you no longer use. I filled one for my campers with old soccer goalie shirts left … Continue reading Duvets For Dogs–Dig It!
Celebrating El Día de los Muertos with Joe
Fall. The Season Joe and I loved best. The rain came down, down, down in rushing, rising rivulets. Our yard was a muddy mess. The clock struck noon and the sun came out, flooding our yard with sunshine and warmth, just in time for our Halloween Open House. My relationship with Joe was like this: … Continue reading Celebrating El Día de los Muertos with Joe