The last week has been splattered with loss for my new little family. On Wednesday October 22nd I lost a great uncle while on Thursday October 23rd my Husband lost his grandmother. Both were amazing people who really influenced good in the world. Unfortunately Monday October 27th we received word that our One Year Old boy Case had passed away.
Case is a Great Pyrenees. Both my husband and I had had experience with large/Giant breed dogs in the past and had both decided we wanted a Great Pyrenees as our next dog. We had NO idea what we were in store for even with the research we had done on the breed first.
When you think of the word quirk, Stella should come to mind by now. Is there really any other kind of quirk other than a Stella Quirk?
While we were in Florida we had a good friend stay at the house to take care of the dogs and cat along with the fish. Needless to say, Stella really gave her a run for her money. The first night went smoothly however; everything from then on went downhill quickly.
Today marks the day that Stella has been alive for 7 months. Now I know, 7 months is not a big mile stone for most, but for Stella it is HUGE!
One year ago today I got the call that our "little" man Case was born. We had been waiting for that call for what felt like for ever when in reality it had only been around 4 weeks.
Whenever someone asks me why I call them the BS litter I will answer them with, "The entire litter was all Black and Steel colored babies, it was also BS that there were no Blues in the litter!" And this name held true! They were the goofiest, friendliest and most attention seeking little boogers I have ever had in my barn. Just plain Clowns!
Mr. Fingers is a name we tend to use referring to our cat Dugan. He is an oddball, but really it shouldn't surprise anyone with the weird ones we always get.
Maxine is a Chestnut Agouti colored French Lop born 2/20/14 and Nash is a Fawn colored French Lop born 2/21/14 in a very big snow storm.
As a young child with my best friend Ally always by my side, we would get into some pretty unusual predicaments. One that happens to be a fond memory is when we were walking in the woods at my parents home in the country picking raspberries, what happens next is something that couldn't even be imagined.
The stories on this blog are actual events that I hope you can get as good of a laugh from as I have.