Many of you were probably expecting me to blog about the orchestra tirp to Chicago this mornig, but I’m still working on my recap of the weekend. Look for that tomorrow or Wendsday.
Today we’re very excited around the house because Lily goes to see Freedom tonight (Freedom is the stud we used from Blair’s Bullies last year that gave us George, the lone puppy). I attempted to use the puppy experience to get back into regular blogging, so you don’t have to look too far back to see his baby pics. We’re hoping we have the kinks worked out of this breeding thing and will get a full litter of baby bullies around the middle of May.
For any new readers, here is one of the last pictures we took of momma and son before George went off to his forever home:
Last Thursday, the little guy came for a visit at Brad’s office and spent a couple hours playing with Lily and visiting with us, Marla, and all the people who work in the surrounding offices who fell in love with him as a puppy. As we prep for the new litter comming out way, I thought I’d share a few pics of baby George… whose not such a baby anymore.
What a face!!
Such a good boy!
A Couple of Random Thoughts:
I didn’t get the chance to share my thoughts on ER last week, because I left for Chicago very early the next morning. There isn’t much to say, this show was definitely a gift from a fine crew of writers to a loyal audience. How poignant and awesome to see George Clooney back on the small screen!
I do have to admit I’m a bit concerned. We’re getting really close to the wire here, and there was not even a mention of how my favorite (somewhat underdog) couple is fairing. If I don’t get some final closure with Archie and Claudia, I’m going to have to write my own happy ending!
I hope to get a new Goodie Bag feature done on BC today (but tomorrow is more likely) and also have a review filed by the end of the week, so stay tuned. I’m also in the final coutdown, hoping to finish this latest novel by the end of the month (First draft) so I may be a little hard to reach and a little frazzled, as I dig into the most intense part of this story.