June 14, 2018
Good morning. The sun is shining, there's a nice breeze and the temps are seventy degrees and going higher. I woke up this morning and saw this amazing little doggie sitting up in his chair, just looking at me. He was wanting his breakfast, but he was going to let me sleep longer before waking me up. I think to myself, what did I ever do to deserve this awesome little guy.
I guess this is a case of who rescued who. My beautiful Tootsie had gone off to Rainbow Bridge and I was missing my best friend. Then one day the shelter folks came by to do a home check and brought this adorable little fellow named Pogo with them. It was love at first sight, and those shelter folks left him with me.
Here's a photo from that first year. My little guy was afraid of being left alone, so I took him to work with me whenever I could. This was also one of the last times that he wore a collar. I bought him a harness after that. I also bought him just about every little shirt in his size. Isn't he just precious?
Life is simply awesome with this little guy. So whatever I did to deserve having him in my life, I hope I keep on doing it.
Yesterday, I got a couple more packages in the mail. One was the yarn that I had ordered, and the other one was a couple things that I had ordered. One of those things is a Conway Twitty CD. It's an album of "never before released recordings" put together by his daughter Joni Twitty Ryles.
This guy is one of my all time favorite country singers. Today I'm going to enjoy listening to my new CD. Speaking of music, the coffee mug that I'm drinking from has a photo on it of my little guy singing his heart out. (I had the photo on my Christmas card printed on a mug)
Today I thought I'd share photos of my Rhododendrons. I have a lilac bush and a white bush.
I have more photos from my garden, but I'll save them for another day. Today is a gorgeous "porch" day so I'm thinking I'll grab a bottle of cold water and my crocheting, and Pogo and I will go sit on the porch. So, till tomorrow, Y'all have a fantabulous day.
Hugs, Edna B.