I was just looking at the screen and was thinking it's been a long time since I've written anything at all. Well, I write just a little on my Facebook Page, "365 day of Reading The Book of Mormon." I write the scriptures that are assigned for the day, the date, and the day we're working on; then go to lds.org and copy and paste that day's reading.
I hardly write anything anymore. More than half of my family have migrated to Instagram only, so if I'm not taking pictures and I've really stopped. I think my family's tired of sheep, cats, goats, horses, pigs, chickens, dogs (especially dogs) I'm just commenting on my family's pictures and trying to write a little message. I received a message recently asking me if I had more puppy pictures than my grandchildren and I had to confess that it was true. Well, I'm not selling my grandchildren. Duhr...
This post has really come about because I am forced (by me only) to write it. We did have more puppies. Most of the persons that have called me about puppies know I keep a puppy book and always keep track of buyers that I need to call if a requested puppy is born. For instance, we had a request for a runt, without a tail, red, and female. That's just about the most rare puppy ever, for us.
|This is Tilby|
|Sleepy Tilby Going-up To Solvang To Her New Family|
Little looked like a pig but became the very most beloved dog we've ever had. even saved my daughter's life. I know I posted that event somewhere on my blog. Little was meant to be here for us and again we had one ... I knew this runt-red we just had named, Tilby had to go to the family that wanted her.
All our reds are gone. I haven't even told anyone that we have a big blue boy left and he's beautiful. He's shy (because I just can't keep loving him constantly) but the other red boy can't go until September 1st and Bunyip keeping him company. Bunyip was born on June 27th 20014 at 3:00 pm. The day we went to the Beach House for vacation. Darby had all her puppies under my kitchen window in the ivy. Steve came home to feed and she ran-out and got him and was so excited to show him. Steve knew what her excitement was all about even though this was pretty-much a complete surprise. Darby in her last hurrah, had 5 red puppies and 1 blue. They were so small! We didn't fatten Darby-up for puppies. Darby had just her usually normal body. Maybe this helped her have the pups on her own. I'm putting a photo in just to show how small they were.