Sunday, September 28, 2008
This is Loki. When he was born, he and his litter were dumped. They were wild for the first 2 months of their lives. Then they were rescued. My veterinarian has fostered him until he could find a home. He's been taken to several different places before and ended up back in foster care. He's not what he looks like. He's the sweetest, most tame, calm, respective of you, absolutely cuddly adorabley perfect. HE'S ONLY 9 months old!! And, he's already potty trained. Did I mention he's got all his shots and he's neutered? He loves to play with Sasha and will allow my daughter to roll all over him. I've never heard him bark or seen him put anything in his mouth other than food.
Now if that's not an answered prayer then I don't know what is!
Wednesday, September 24, 2008
And I finally got her her Barbie computer!
On Saturday we had a family birthday party. It was great!
Sunday, September 14, 2008
K: Really? *big smile* Is that how much you love me?
R: Yeah mommy, I love you as hot as a fire in heaven.
my baby will be 4 yrs old on Wednesday! I hope she always loves me as hot as a fire in heaven.
This is what we found when we walked down to the bridge. I knew it wouldn't last too long with the river being up about 20 feet. Usually it's about 20ft. below this road on the bridge. I figured we'd come back the next day and see if it's still there.
UH!? Guess it's not there today! So....where is it? (Looks like the waters went down!) This pic and the one above are taken from the same spot.
Oh! There it is! Can you tell that's the same bridge. Talk about damage. Good bye neighbors! People 'round these parts won't be stoppin' by cuz it's convenient no more.
That looks creepy.
Jason and I had a date night last night. Our daughter had her first real sleep over at her friend's house so we decided to go out for a good steak dinner. We chose the one and only Latham Saloon about 15 miles east of us out in the country. I would call it a one stop light town but I'm pretty sure there are no stoplights; and I can't call it a one horse town because I'm pretty sure horses and cattle are the only within miles of the town. Not one person in the place was without their buckles and boots. It was a warm friendly place and they served the best hand cut rib eye around. Places in boonies like that are very well kept secrets!
To see what Jason and I do when there's no kids around, check this out!