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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Silly about Sally

Before I forget, (and like anyone cares), I put photos on the gardening blog showing how some plants fared the winter and tulips that are coming up.

We were informed yesterday that our grandson, in 5th grade, has a 4.0 grade average on his report card. He is a smart booger. His feet are one ize bigger than mine already!

Sally got a bit of walking and exploring in yesterday. Himself walked her all over the property while I pitchforked straw off the garden beds. She tasted everything she could. Yes, we were careful. She had a good time. She was so tired, we had to wake her to eat dinner and go to her last puppy socialization class. She was ran over so many times last night, she squeaked in warning. She wanted to go home by time the class was over. It was the first she has ever been slightly grouchy, pulling on her leash to leave. She is not like that after her shot and the other undignified things the vet does when she goes in. She was one tired puppy.




I took a couple of her on the porch this morn. I caught a smile...

...And I caught her sticking out her tongue. This one ended up being our daughter's background today when I sent the photo to her.

night...


1 comment :

  1. Sally is so cute in these pictures...she really is showing her personality. I took our Finley to the groomers today. He was looking a little shaggy.
    Sound like you had a very good day...Hugs, Mary

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