Tuesday, February 03, 2009

36 Days

Whitney wanted to join in.



Boy to keep.


Female-sold to the first legally married gay men we have met.

Female - to keep.

Female - to keep.

One of the other boys is also sold, but do not know which one.

Before these were born I said I wanted a male and 2 females to keep. I got my wish it seems. The three I have earmarked look very promising.

I have had a good day. I took two doses 6 hours apart and will take another before bed. I bathed two adults and 7 puppies with plenty of rest in between. I am now just going to do nothing and read and retire.

I think having a moan did me good but I do want to make it clear that I am not in agony 24/7! Not at all. Anyway, I fed up with this subject. I just wanted to spell out that there is no need to think I am suffering terribly, I am not, or that I am thinking of topping myself, I am not. I was just having a good old moan. I do think yesterday was the first in 5 years I have felt like that.


Suna Kendall said...

I am glad you got three good ones out of the litter (all look "good" to this novice, but you know the finer points).

I enjoyed yesterday's post, too, since I have been thinking about that issue for my own (far distant) future, and sadly, for my pembroke corgi who is blind and her back legs are almost gone. Lovely animal, though, of course, not a show-quality animal. She has been a good friend, but she can't be enjoying life now, poor dear.

Yarnhog said...

I'm glad you're doing better today. The puppies are, of course, gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Colin, those puppies are adorable. Whitney is gorgeous. You keep them in such good condition. So clean and groomed. I know that's a lot of hard work.

Hope your not hurting as much today. Damn medicine. Can't live without it and yet we know the side effects are killing us too.

Love reading your posts and watching the pups grow.
Sandy in Pa.

Lydee said...

Hello! thanks for stopping by my blog. Cute pups. I suppose they wouldn't get along with cats? :-( Too bad. I love my cats.

I am so sorry to hear about the pool bully. that is not right, I don't care how one looks at it. I bet the pool is good therapy. My husband enjoys swimming. I'm a sissy and don't like being wet in cold weather, or any weather...unless it's 90 degrees F!

Nan said...

Oh my goodness, I am made weak by the cuteness of those puppies. It's probably a good thing that I don't have space for a dog or I'd want puppies coming out of my ears.

Glad you're feeling better, Colin.

knitwych said...

I'm glad you're feeling better! Those babies of yours get cuter by the minute, and Whitney is stunning.

Anonymous said...

As usual, your babies are so pretty!

I read your previous post. I do understand what you say there - my DH has lived with pain 24/7 for nearly 15 years now. Eventually, he'll probably end up in a wheelchair. And as this house is not wheelchair-friendly, that is going to cause some major problems. We can't live by ourselves anymore because of various medical conditions (his & mine). The house isn't ours, it's our daughter & son-in-law's. We can't ask them to find another house. But I doubt very much that this place can be made wheelchair-friendly. It's too small.

Well, that's a bridge we'll face if we ever have to.

And yes, I so agree with you on Drs, idiots who think they have the right to tell others what they may or may not do based on *their* beliefs, and all the rest.