The one thing I did want to get accomplished today, if nothing else, was the outside dog, run immediately off our basement from the walkout, cleaned. Rob was hard at work giving me a hand, or I should say actually getting the bulk of it done himself. I want to make sure when the puppies are being weaned in two more weeks we are prepared with a place for them outside in good weather.
Sometime after the photos had been sent off, I received a phone call from the couple that they would definitely like to give Semah a Forever Home. I could barely speak to them at first as I welled up with tears (as I am doing right now typing about this). You see I didn't want Semah to go to just any home, I wanted him to go to a home where he would get lots of love, attention and be taught obedience to make him flourish as a proud Australian Shepherd that he is now and what he will be when at his full potential. This was all promised to me by this couple. They will be arriving this next Saturday all the way from Windsor to pick this handsome boy up. Six weeks later, their daughter and her family will be making the same trip to pickup her new boy.
I will be trying to find time to do a post this week over on the Checkerboard Aussies Blog, so stay tuned for some cuteness coming your way.
I am ever so grateful for anyone that took time out of their own lives to say a "prayer" for us. Thank YOU.
Rob is resting his back. I am going to finish up here to have a little rest myself before it is time to take our Aussies out & about for their last run of the day, Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard.