Happy Saturday! Lots of work to do in the next week! I have Christmas orders to finish, a few orders for early January, going out of town right after Christmas, I am moving, and then I start school again! Not really sure when I’m supposed to rest 🤣
🎶 Guess who’s back, back again. Brady’s back, tell a friend 🎶 (Pupdate ⬇️)
PUPDATE: After three nights recovering in the hospital, I’M HOME! The doctors think my surgery went very well and now time will tell on how I recover and respond to the procedure. If you need me, you’ll find me at home all week doing zero activity 😠 while hanging in my cone and splint. Ma mentioned I’m also missing my 🥜 but I haven’t been able to check yet and can’t imagine they’d do that to me. Some cruel joke... Thank you again for all the love and support, it means so much to my pawrents and to me (I love attention). 💕 Stay tuned for more updates from ME now that I’m back at the helm!
Heart explosion 💗
I have a story to share...
We’re currently living with my parents. They have generously offered for us to stay with them during transition out to our new piece of land in March.
My parents have been looking for a pup to join the family for some time now.
One day, a few weeks back, they found exactly what they were looking for!
We all went to go visit the pups and see which would be the right fit.
I brought the kiddos so they could take part in the process.
Part way through I notice Owen is getting really attached to one of the pups (Oakley).
We start entertaining the idea that we also bring home a pup.
I have never seen him so happy, and so disappointed when we couldn’t come to agreement by the time we left.
He was heartbroken.
On the way home, Avery says to me (in her typically wise fairy way 🧚♀️), “Owen never asks for anything. I think we should give him this.”
Holy heart wrenching!
And it’s true. He doesn’t. Ever
So, this is exactly what we did.
A pup that is his responsibility.
A companion as we transition out to rural living.
Friends for life 💝