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I love creating art. I love the Creator! And through that love, I find a little slice of heaven on earth and I give Him all the glory! It's a great adventure and I'm excited to see what's around the bend! Come join me, won't you?
Showing posts with label Georgia The Puppy. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Georgia The Puppy. Show all posts

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Just Doggin' Around ~

Hi there,

While I have lots of little projects finishing up... and while I get photos figured out... here's a couple of my most favorite pics taken lately! 

My favorite guy!  Isn't this picture of him so fun?   Love this picture of Brian and Georgia.  Georgia... yeah... she always has to get in 'her licks' and she always brings big smiles, too!
Georgia  loves her 'pappa' and at 10 months old now,  I'm not sure she has stopped growing?!  She sure is an outgoing dog, not a shy bone in her!  And... super, super affectionate ... as her tongue will testify!

A dog's tongue is an amazing thing...!  {just when you think you're safe!}... NOT!
And playtime together is always amusing for Brian and I to watch with these two pups!
Savannah and Georgia constantly seem to be playing "tag - you're it" --- really funny to watch them outside in the snow, and it never ends, inside as well!

Kids... will be kids!  Rough-housin' and affectionate, all in the same bite... or more.

They sure are a fun pair and we enjoy them so much.

Hope you have a great day, wherever you are!

Thursday, April 26, 2012

A Georgia Welcome ~

We lost our sweet Micah, my Blue Merle Sheltie in early March.  It was a hard loss.  She truly was God's provision to me, and they were bright, full years of love and companionship that taught me so much about God's love and faithfulness... oh, if only we would turn to God the way a dog turns to us to meet their every need without fear!  Anyway, we (especially me!) found living without a dog really... strange.  I didn't think we'd get another, but here she is!  "Georgia" came home to live with us last Sunday afternoon.  She is 8 weeks old, and my husband is 'over-the-moon' for her!  A good thing, for sure.  They are fast becoming buddies.  I found this poem I had written in a journal over 20 years ago, so I thought I would share it, as I was reciting it to Brian...
You can't buy loyalty, they say.
We bought it though, the other day;
You can't buy friendship, tried and true,
But just the same, we bought that too.

We made our bid, and on the spot
Bought love and faith and a whole job lot

Of happiness, so all in all
The purchase price was pretty small

We bought a single trusting heart,
That gave devotion from the start
If you think these things are not for sale,
Buy a brown-blue eye

puppy with a wagging tail.

 She's definitely making herself at home, and we couldn't be more delighted.  Welcome Home Miss Georgia!
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