Sometimes you have just a perfect evening. Earlier this week J and I had one of those evenings. We grilled, sat outside on our new patio set and played with the dogs. I think Maggie is used to me taking pictures of her…
Tiny doesn’t sit still long enough for too many pictures, but little Maggie doesn’t mind a photo or two …or three.
Here’s to more of these perfect evenings.
Finally a weekend where I’m not working, the weather is ab-solutely gorgeous, and I have nothing planned.
Yes, I may be a bit obsessed with my pups. But who can blame me when the pups look like mine? Okay, okay. I know, I need to bring it down a notch.
This weekend J and I are headed to St. Louis to see his family and then my Grandma. Tiny is going to make her debut at his family’s house. Keep your fingers crossed that it goes well. **
Each morning about 6am, Tiny wakes up and is ready to start playing. Now, Maggie and I are not the best in the morning. We like to sleep late. Let me clarify when I say sleeping late. For instance, when I have to be at work at 10am then I get out of bed usually about 9:10. I always get ready, look decent, and make it on time.
Now at 6am Maggie and I are getting up with the pup. We head into the family room, turn on the news, and start checking emails and favorite blogs. This morning; however, both dogs felt the need to lay on top of me… literally.
It’s the small things like this moment that melt my heart and make have two crazy mutts worth it.
Sometimes it’s nice to know that someone has your back.
I take too many dog pictures. But hey! I’ve accepted it.
Meet Tiny Dodger! The newest addition to mine and J’s family.
Tiny got her name from the fact that she dodges traffic like a pro. So here I was driving home from my hometown back to Springfield on Wednesday I spot this little pup jumping through the tall grass in between two lanes of traffic along the highway. Knowing that I just could not leave her, I turned around. Picture this: me running along the side of a highway in muddy grass chasing a dog. It was pretty hilarious for drivers passing by.
Tiny is absolute skin and bones. I have to say J and I were thrilled when she took her first bite, which was after she watched Maggie take a bite. The vet thinks that she is about 7-8 weeks old and she currently weighs 3.7 pounds. Crazy!
Not knowing when her actually birthday is – I’ve decided that January 9 (the day I spotted her on the highway) is her birthday. She has hit the jackpot with J and I!