A few days ago, we reported the fact that Nash and Missy were adopted together by a couple from St. George, UT. Barbara has spoken with them at least once, possibly a couple of times, but we also got the following from them in email:
Hi, that was a very nice blog on the kids. They [...]
Oh, happy day! We recently got a phone call from a senior-ish couple down in St. George, UT, who had adopted another Sheltie, Lizzie, from us several years ago. We knew that these people were special, because Lizzie was very fearful, was a bit of a biter, and had known health problems. In spite of [...]
When Nash came to us a few months ago from Boise, his name (if we understood the people who turned him over to us) was “Bashful” because he was “shy”. Well, we decided that a more respectful name was in order, so “Nash” he became.
Nash is, indeed, somewhat shy. This is caused in part by [...]
It’s been a while since we posted anything. I’ve been down with what I suspect is flu (probably H1N1…I’m such a pig !) for 11 days, some days not even able to get out of bed! I’m definitely on the road to recovery, but not nearly back to 100%. Barbara’s been overwhelmed with [...]
I’m back from Korea. Got in mid-afternoon on Saturday after a long, but uneventful trip involving a taxi, three planes, and a train. Don’t ask… Barbara picked me up at the airport with Abby and Star in the car, which was really, really nice. The girls (all three of them ) were happy [...]
After all of the doom-and-gloom over the past month, punctuated by the occasional travelogue, I thought I’d give a brief update on everybody else.
Star and Abby (whom we adopted ourselves) are doing great. Star continues to be a bit anxious about life in general, but especially about getting enough attention, while Abby is thrilled to [...]