These two dogs are both family members. The furry kind. SugarPie’s the white Jack Russell-Rat Terrier mix – a jackrat for short. Zoe is the little chihuahua mix. Both stole my husband’s heart. I brought them to our marriage and they’re our little buddies. They’re also spoiled by their “grandparents”. Morning and evening walks are… Read More Meet our two babydawgs
It’s definitely looking and feeling like the beginning of Fall in Atlanta today. I enjoyed a walk at twilight with my pups. This was my distraction to stay away from the pumpkin spice lattes down the street. Didn’t need to spend the money nor the calories. It worked.
Ok, so I’m cheating on Q. Here are SugarPie’s two babies born last week. Are they not absolutely precious? I could have done “qui est leur pere?” but I’m pretty sure their father is Mr. Peanut. My younger sister’s Chihuahua mix. Here’s Momma with her babes. Sarah-Beth tried to convince me that my boxer Oz was the daddy.… Read More Q-Ts!!
Sunday I decided to go canoeing. I brought the dog. (She’s just so darn cute, I had to post her again.) It was going to be a great day out on the lake. I was prepared. I had my Tervis Tumbler full of icy sweet tea, my camera-equipped cell phone to capture a few… Read More Don’t Tippy the Canoe
Don’t let her confidence fool you. This is SugarPie’s first time in a boat. This was Saturday. More about that one-way trip across the lake later, but here’s a clue: I am just starting to recover from the acute itch of a swarm of mosquito bites.
My little brother Steve and I enjoyed a fun walk to the mailbox this evening. There’s adventure in everything with a 10 year old. First, we brought along the dogs. Then of course we had to round up all the dogs. We are dog people. Can you tell? We had to stop for a few doggie kisses.… Read More Doggie Kisses
Here’s a collection of photos I took this afternoon while spending time with my family. We decided to serve our traditional St. Patrick’s Day dinner (corned beef, cabbage, carrots, cornbread and potatoes) on Saturday so our whole family could be together. Dad’s grandmother emigrated from Ireland when she was in her early 20s. We’ve eaten… Read More St. Pat’s Dinner, Chicks, Ducks and Dogs
After three days of south Georgia winter (grey rainy, cold-to-the-bone days and nights), Sunday morning woke to a gorgeous yellow sun and wide open blue skies. Oz, SugarPie and I enjoyed our restorative mile walk around the city streets with restrained yard dogs. ‘O Sings My Soul My Savior God To Thee, How Great Thou… Read More Sunday morning walk