Heh... my blog post was not meant to be in public yet. I just couldn't remove it. I'm using Opera as my browser and obviously this site is not working correctly with it. Anyway, the photo is in my photos. I'll try later to add it in the blog again...
I goofed. If you were once on my friend list and now you don't see yourself , please ask me to be your friend.
I thought I was on a different friends list and I was cleaning out some request I'd sent out that have never replied, and I started removing people and after about 5 people I realized I was removing people I want to still be my friend.
If you find I've bumped you, please forgive me. Gosh I hate days like this.
One of Toby's greatest talents is being a ham, especially when he's in costume. He's very lovable but not too bright or coordinated. He had to wear shirts for two weeks to protect sutures and staples holding his armpit back together after he tore it open. Scrub tops fit perfectly and helped save the necks of my t-shirts. Just couldn't help putting my stethoscope around his neck and snapping a pic for fun!
I was gone for the weekend and left shortly after subscribing.
I confess not to understanding exactly how this list works, but I guess as time goes on, I will learn.
I'm on Setter's L, too. I live in Minntonka, MN
Thanks for commenting on Jessa's video -ewwwwww no, it's not an animal, she's playing with a pine cone that has fallen from the tree. Being an only child, she has fun with just about anything. Thank goodness no small dead animals yet!!
Loma, you might remember fixing up this photo() for me, of my grand old lady Sasha, on Settersteps. Thanks again for doing that.
Hi Loma, We live in the Maryland area of the States. I have owned four setters in my life, usually one at a time while owning other breeds. I had shown our first dog (a red doberman) in obediendce and my husband fell in love with Golden Retrievers, since that time we have rescued two of them which have shared the home with our setters. The last ten years we also shared our home with a little long hair dachshund.This past summer we lost our 12 1/2 yr Irish and 14 yr dachshund within weeks of each other, this left our 9 yr Golden going down quickly from grief, refusing to eat, etc. I came across Riley in the rescue dogs in Blackburg and we brought him into our home, I have no doubt that he has saved Sasha's life by coming to our home. He is a very fun guy! My first male dog since my doberman 30+ years ago. My setters have always been home pets, no breed showing as they are usually rescued dogs. As a very little girl I fell in love with the Irish, they are truly my heart dogs.
We live back on 18 acres surrounded by trees on the sides of the property and on two sides we have Antietam Creek. The dogs have a 2 acre area enclosed by invisible fencing which they mind well, we also take them on long walks thru the other areas nearly everyday.
I hope this gives you an insight to who we are. Blessings, Mary
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