Ok, not really but Lady is feeling a bit overwhelmed with the work and getting ready for mini-BAR etc. etc. so we are going to take a short blogging break. We are going to try and keep visiting you all as best we can. We will be back in a couple weeks! We will be ready to party when we return. Early September will march 7 years of having Hailey and blogging!
Monday, August 14, 2017
Sunday, August 13, 2017
Saturday, August 12, 2017
Friday, August 11, 2017
In the 1930s my great-grandparents had a shack moved from a family property to the shores of Lake Huron (Point Clark, Ontario). 12 years ago my parents covered the cottage and the additions into their permanent home.
|The front yard|
I am the 5th generation of my family who has visited the lake. Our family always spent the first week after school there. We lived about 20 minutes away. We also visited over the summer and spent time with my grandparents and the extended family there. It is where most of my family memories come from.
My earliest memory is from there. I remember my great-grandmother putting me in her room for a nap. I couldn't have been older than 4, likely closer to 3.
I was lucky to get to share the lake with the 6th generation - my niece and nephew.
There is beauty in memories, the beach, the lake and family.
Thursday, August 10, 2017
We are a little late in formally accepting the Blogger Recognition Award that Pets Overload honoured us with recently. We greatly appreciate being thought of for an award!
We are going to follow most of the rules in accepting our award.
We will share how we got started blogging and share 2 pieces of advice to new bloggers.
How this blog came to being:
Rewind almost 7 years ago and you have a crazy Lady trying to navigate her way through a challenging dog (aka Hailey). I wanted a place to show the people who had rescued her that she was ok and to share the journey of having a challenging pup. I created this blog, never thinking more than a handful of people would read it. Now, I am part of an awesome community of bloggers.
My two pieces of advice:
Be yourself and tell your story. It is easy to be 'fake' and hid behind your computer, but people sense that.
Have fun! My favourite posts from others are often ones where I can tell how much fun they had in the moment or creating the post.
Thanks again to Pets Overload. If you don't know them, be sure to pop over and say hi!
Wednesday, August 9, 2017
Tuesday, August 8, 2017
|Lee sniffing under the deck, something is living under there|
Here are some recent encounters.
-A coyote was dead in the middle of the road and Hailey had to bark at it the first day. It was there for about 4 days. Now Hailey wants to pee on the road where it.
-About 8 feet from us a skunk came out of the ditch. It was lifting it's tail but was not pointing at us. I froze. It looked at us, put the tail down and ran away. We stood (well I stood, Emma stood and Phod stood while Hailey jumped and screamed) in that spot until it was far away.
-We encountered a wild turkey and her brood of babies on a road. I just turned us around and we went the other way.
-We caught a mouse in our humane trap in our house. The Man took the poor little thing for a drive to release it.
Do you have any wildlife encounters on your walks?