Unfortunately I went to bed last night with a headache, only to arise with another this morning. I am sure the pressure change, along with pollen in the air, are both contributing factors, along with my neck problems. Medications just don't seem to help sometimes, causing an upset tummy, so unless I am to the point of tears I try not to medicate myself, and NEVER when I need to drive.
Yesterday I had received a call from someone who was interested in the last "One & Only" Checkerboard Aussie puppy. We made arrangements for them to come today to see him. This morning, just before 9:00 am, I had a call letting me know they had decided against coming. We had a wonderful chat leaving it that they would come after all.
The "One & Only" and I, spent an hour or so before their arrival practising our very best behaviour so we could make a lasting first impression. What does everyone think?
I can not begin to explain how "Over the Moon with Happiness" I am with every home the 2012 "Checkerboard Aussie" litter has been placed with. I am so looking forward to updates and photos from every single one ! All the work and effort in making my "Checkerboard Aussies" loving with great personalities really does "shine" through !
I would like to thank all the 2011-2012 "Checkerboard Aussie" owners for providing such loving homes, as well as to my own family and friends who always show their support and encouragement with each litter that comes along.
I have called since Pete and Marg had left, with the report "Jake" was a totally awesome little guy all the way home, and still at the time of my phone call. Really now, was there any doubt he would be anything less then the "best"? I did tell Marg, when he begins his "teenage" months, I would rather no updates at those time .... lol.
Only Scout, the little Red Merle female remains for her new family to pick her up next Friday. I suppose I will start her with the crate training before then. I am sure I will be hearing some "howling" tonight myself, as I am sure she will be missing all of her litter mates. This will be a post on another day real soon I am sure !
After a bit of lay down to try to rid myself of this day's headache, I took a trip over to Tara to see my niece's new home come this Monday ....
After Tara, I headed over to Southampton to have a coffee with my "Crabby Cabbie", as he was having a bit of a lull in his day. It really was nice to have a little "catch-up" with each other.
Once back home again, I had a "catch-up" with the "pack" in, out, around and about. Already it is that time of evening to be doing it all over again just before bedtime, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".