February 10, 2011

let's talk...


I realize I've let you guys down lately. I promised to be more diligent about blogging on a regular basis, and well... I've definitely dropped the ball on that one. Life just took over and somehow on my daily list of things to do, the blog got pushed to the bottom.

So now I shall attempt to prove to you that I am a changed woman, and I will attempt to reclaim my place in blogger-land by posting a lot more regularly.

One good piece of news that I have to share is that the precious nugget you see above is now living in her new forever home. Matilda was with me for almost a year and a half as a foster, so it wasn't easy parting with her, but it was what was best for her and the rest of my family of four-legged kids. She is the sweetest, snuggliest and most precious girl, but my Penny Sue hated her... with a vengeance... so she had to move on. She's with a great new family, and it's a wonderful situation for me because I will get to see her from time to time.

Because of Matilda's departure, I'm down to just my four dogs for the first time in a LONG time. I realize that four dogs might seem like a lot to many folks out there, but to me it feels downright calm and quiet! I kind of don't know what to do with myself. Well, that's not entirely true. Because it's chicken time people. That's right. I'm in the process of planning out my Palais de Poulet, and I hope to have my new coop built in the spring. Hopefully I'll have some feathered ladies moving in soon after, and I'll share them with you once they're settled.

So that's what's new with me... Oh, and there are fun new St. Patrick's Day collars in the shop so check 'em out!

1 comment:

Diane said...

Gosh do I EVER know what you are talking about. I have 6 of my own and 1-3 fosters at all times. In the rare cases that I am back down to just my 6 I spend most of time counting dogs. It feels like I've lost some because there are so few heads in the house! :-| I'm facing the same thing you just did, I've got a foster that I have had since October that is getting close to finding her furever home. One of my dogs does NOT like her and so for that reason it will make things much calmer, but I love that little girl and I'm having a very hard time thinking about her not be in my life anymore :( It's most difinitely the best/happiest/saddest job in the world! But I wouldn't give it up for anything :)
Diane (Just found your blog your colars and pups are beautiful) Hoping to had some of those pretty colars to my pack soon :)