WW while in lock down…..yeah….

not so much….I have managed to stay the same weight since lock down started, which was still up 7lbs, fighting the covid 15!  Got a trike and a cat box so I can bike with the cat.



She likes it so far, but we don’t go for a long time as I forgot how hard biking is 🙂  but much more fun then a stationary bike!   Also don’t have to worry about touching the ground or tipping over!

So I am hoping the exercise will balance out the extra snacks we are eating.  But I am glad because I am using the skills I learned while going to keep the weight off!

Damn cat……so she had mats

LOTS of them, she doesn’t like me to comb her, so its hard.  I have an appt. set up every 3 months to groom her…but we had to shave her down this time and I am NOT upset at all, since she horked a hairball in my sandal right before we left.




Damn cat, had to wash my feet and sandal!!!!

Not sure why they left the tail, like a duster 🙂


OMG….a puppy is like a baby!!

Someone smack me, what was  I thinking???  The pooping, the crying, the lack of sleep…..aaauugggghhh.

At least human babies don’t have worms…..ug, yack, disgusting, how can so much c

ome out of something only 2.8 lbs????

Thank goodness she is worth it, the cat however is NOT amused, and Mushy is still like “WTF is this furry thing???”

We said “good bye” to our JRT mix

We had Rudder for 16 yrs.  We got him because our boys were getting older and we wanted someone for Dempsey our Boxer, plus Vance wanted a dog, of course he wanted a big dog like a Husky, we said no, to much shedding, they went to a breeder, supposedly he wouldn’t shed. HA!  He shed more then my mom’s goldens!!  And not only that, it was sharp fur and would stick in you!  But he was a wonderful dog, when Dempsey died 2 years later, we got Iggy, a Pug, those two were together for 10 years.

They would go in the same cage at the groomers and boarders, they didn’t like to be separated.  When Iggy died 10 years later, we got Mushu, (sorry Rudder), he seemed lonely and sad, but Mushu is … well…cray cray!  But they made it thru.

Rudder was mostly healthy, but just recently, his health started to fail, and over the Memorial Day Holiday, we had to let him go, he is now running in great health and playing with his Mama Dempsey, and his Bestie Iggy.

All of my furries are greatly missed as there is never a more pure/true/loyal love then that of your dog.