*Sigh* ... even when I am out with the dogs, the newer camera is heavier and more awkward to handle when I am trying to handle one of the "Checkerboard Aussies" at the same time .... what to do, what to do?
I am not in the market for a new camera, as I have already put out enough "shekels" for this new Fuji, so I suppose I am going to have to make the best of things and carry on ....
Once I had been out and about, a few times I might add, outside this morning in-between bouts of rain with our "Checkerboard Aussies", I then resorted myself to cleaning up the kitchen, doing some dishes and sweeping up some Bandit up off the floors (not him per say, but parts of him meaning his hair, lol). I did all this as quietly as I could since my "Crabby Cabbie" hadn't arrived home until 3:30 am, and was in much need of his "de-crabbitize" himself sleep.
Upon checking my emails, I seen I had received an email from one of my "blog" readers, who I have been corresponding with on occasion. Marie had not too long ago lost a little dog companion. I could imagine how lonely it is not to have your best friend by your side day in and day out. Marie went on a quest to replace her loved one with another, hopefully as loving and much fantastic company as her last.
Finally Marie came upon a Rescue in the area of which she resides, where she applied for her "Sparkles", who is now in her life and adding many new "sparkles" to it. Here is Marie (with her permission, of course), and Sparkles story ....
We made it to my Niece's in Tara, however by that time the rain was coming down pretty good, so we took that time for Rob to have a tour of her new "digs". Finally the rain let up a bit, so we were able to get her appliances in and the old stove that had been left there, out into the garage for her.
I am pretty sure it was almost 6:00 pm by the time we arrived back home, both tired and hungry. We had picked up a Deli Chicken at the grocery store on our way through Wiarton, baked some french fries and I made up a coleslaw for our supper.
I was thrilled to find I had received some new photos of Injaca, one of our "Spectacular Six" puppies, from his new Masters .... two of Injaca's firsts !
I am so happy to have some of Injaca's firsts shared with us. Thanks Krystal and Bernadette. I look forward to many more of Injaca's firsts, but don't forget to skip over the "teenage" years, those I will pass on.... lol. xxx
Rob is tired, I am tired, the rain came down most of the day, so this is the way it was today, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".