The upcoming solar eclipse is an exciting event – but I cannot help but worry about my horses and outdoor pets. Is that silly? Should I be concerned?
I can keep my house dogs in the house, I will just shut the dog door.
I think Gertie Goose is nearly blind already, so no worries for her. I think Flip Flop Kitty will be OK.
But what about my red mares? I know they are little stinkers, but they are my little stinkers and I love them.
We desperately needed the rain here in Virginia, and I was glad to see it. But, after every storm there are fences to be checked, branches and debris to cleanup. This is when Charlie dons his working harness and pulls a small wagon. He sits anxiously awaiting my call: “Let’s go to work”!! We walk the fence line together. I gather up the fallen limbs while he hauls the little wagon. He is a huge help.
Of course, after a hard day at work, there is nothing like an afternoon nap. Notice the “Farm Dog” collar? Well earned, fine Charlie, well earned – a label of love and honor!! I couldn’t make it without you!! God Bless Farm Dogs!!!
Thanks to the miracle of coffee, I dragged my ragged, worn carcass out of bed this morning to do farm chores and then head off to work. My husband sleepily praised me “Honey, you work like a dog!” Hmmm! Really? I am heading off to muck stalls and Charlie is sleeping late. But look at that sweet face!!!
Last year, our dear Rocky crossed over rainbow bridge. Rocky was such a sweet, scruffy mutt. As a wee pup, some wicked soul threw him from a moving vehicle. We were happy to rescue him and fortunate to have him for 11 years.
Today, as everyday, I was missing my son so much – and look – a doggie cloud!! Rocky came to lift my spirits!!
Baby is very aggravated with me. She had to get an EXTRA bath this week. Big Brother Charlie peed on her head!
I gave Charlie a stern “talking to” but I don’t think he is sorry.
We could all learn a thing or two from our doggies – like the best way to spend a rainy day
Our spirits needed a lift, Mommy and Daddy were feeling low. Baby Dawg to the rescue in her Super Girl Suit
I would like to introduce you to another sojourner, sharing this journey with me. This is Baby Dawg. She is 10 pounds of lovin!! Baby is a rescued Maltese who, sadly, has known sorrow, grief, loneliness, and pain. Charlie and I are so happy to have her journey with us and I am grateful GOD brought us together.
Spirit helpers come in many forms – My sweet Charlie helps me start my day – EARLY, very EARLY