This was Anneliese’s first and only litter of puppies. They were born on April 26, 2009. Two boys and two girls. Anneliese was a great mother. Here we are in the little kiddie pool that was her whelping box!
Today is the seventh birthday of Anneliese’s only litter of pups. Bogart, Baerbel, Birgit (AKA: Ali) and Baron. Time has flown by! Here is a little video so you can take a walk down memory lane with me, and with their owners!
Today is the sixth birthday of Anneliese’s only litter of pups. Bogart, Baerbel, Birgit (AKA: Ali) and Baron. Time has flown by! Here is a little video so you can take a walk down memory lane with me, and with their owners!
I realized on the way home today, that I had not posted anything on the Blog! This never happens, but honestly, when we got back to the Inn last night I was exhausted! Those 72 & 73 year olds wore me out. I’ll write a more detailed post tonight for tomorrow, but I didn’t want anyone to worry or to think I’d dropped off the face of the earth!
This was half way through our four mile hike UP HILL! I made it both up and down, and I admit I worried a little, but I made it, and only limped a little afterward!
Today is the second birthday for Anneliese’s babies, Baron, Bogart, Baerbel and Birgit (aka Ali)! I’m going to show the montage I made last year with their baby pictures, so we can all remember those sweet little babies!
Yesterday, I was truly amazed at the lake in front of our house. It appeared to have small rivers running between the ice, but when I walked down to the beach to look and take some pictures, this is what I found.
Can you see the ice? There were these really odd icicles in between each chunk of ice. Here is a close up.
It was cold and windy and I didn’t stay out too long. I walked back up the hill to our house, and thought, perhaps I would snap a picture.
Friday the sun was out and it was a much nicer day! I decided to put on my crummy jeans and sweat-shirt and do some spring stuff.
Since there was no snow left in the yard, that meant one thing for me…time to plant my seeds for the garden! So, out to the green house I went, to clean it out, working planting seeds, and then clean it all up again!
Our weather was beautiful and it was actually the perfect day for working in the green house. Our temperatures reached 60 degrees. I so enjoyed the sunshine and watching the effect that it had on our lake. By nightfall we had finally had ice out on our own little lake here in Dackel Princess Land!
We woke up on Monday to round three of snow! It seems we just get paths dug for the dackels, when it snows and we have to do it all over again. This has been a bad weekend for snow and then we started the week with another storm. At least this one didn’t drop as much snow. They were forecasting 4-6 inches, but I think we only got 2 this time.
Hubby arrived home after going skiing in the morning and he casually mentioned that the car slid off the road into a snow bank. He was not phased by this, in fact he was rather pleased that several people stopped to help push him out of the snow bank.
While he was off skiing I worked washing cabinets. Definitely not glamor work, but a real necessity. In fact, I found a place on the stove top hood, that was a bit neglected, so I took the time to scrub that out.
Anneliese has just about 5 or 6 days left of her heat and then she will be all over it. I can hardly wait. Last night it was a real challenge to keep Arnie and his sister apart!
I was also thrilled to death with most of the Oscar Awards. I love Colin Firth, The Kings Speech was phenomenal, and Christian Slater Bale, well he may be one of the finest actors of our time. I do like Melissa Leo, but felt, like almost everyone else in the world, that she should not have used the F-bomb during her acceptance speech. I mean, after all, in the top four categories of Best Actors, there wasn’t any surprises now, were there.
Now we, the movie audiences of the world, can go back to our regular viewing, wondering, who might give us a stellar performance next year!