Memorial DayI know...I am once again a day late with my greetings. However, the spirit of gratitude for the service of our military is not something that should be confined to only one day of the year. If you are a veteran or are currently serving or have a spouse, son, or daughter who is serving, thank you. I realize Memorial Day is for remembering those who died in service to this country, but I think sacrifice comes in many forms and that any veteran or current service member needs to be remembered and thanked for his/her service. Without their commitment to the safety of this country, the Stars and Stripes would not be flying.
Puppy PicturesBreaker and Maggie's puppies are growing cuter each day. They are trying to get up on all fours and walk and having more success than failures of late. I saw one trying to play with a sibling the other day. The sibling was not interested. They move quickly when it's time to eat. They have that down pat!
Here are the three boys:
|Black and tan male
|A very sleepy gold male who did not appreciate being awakened from his nap
|Cute little guy with white stockings
|Gold female with white markings on face and legs
The puppies' sire is GCh. Joyslyn's Heartbreaker. He will be seven years old in August. Here is a photo taken of him yesterday after his bath! He's looking good!
|Breaker - May 25, 2015
Notes and Photos from FriendsTed and Eve sent a photo of Lucky and wrote about his latest antics. "This was taken at our Northern resort which we enjoy visiting a couple of times per year. Mr. "Golf Ball Receiver" was at it again. Due to the weather being cold, the Golf Course was not opened, but we walked a couple of fairways to check things out. In the distance I noticed a girl on the green practicing putting and a male off the green practicing, pitching the ball onto the green. As we got to approximately 50-60 yards away, my good friend Mr. Golf Ball Receiver noticed the girl putting. As he noticed all of the orange balls on the green, he took off like a bullet out of a gun. As he approached the green, he was a little confused as to what ball to retrieve as there were approximately 12 orange balls on the green. He made a mad dash to one, picked it up into his mouth and then sat down looking for praise. Everyone burst out laughing as it was quite a sight for those that did not experience it before. He got the praise and dropped the ball. For us it brought back a lot of memories from the first time he did it and it brought a lot of laughter from the couple on the green."
I wish I had a video of that!
|Lucky with a ball that is not a golf ball!
|Puppy School Graduate. She gets an A+ for cuteness!
Not Dog News At All
"TERMS OF SURRENDER"
OUT AUGUST 7, 2015
|Trevor with Josh, his guitar, and his dad's street rod
Back to the LhasasThe photo of Josh's National Owner Handler Series Best in Show arrived. I am happy to share it with you! It was an exciting win and made for a great Mother's Day!
Life is better when you have a Lhasa to love you!