Saturday, November 13, 2010

Doggy Sittin

Our friends, James and Laura, decided to go to the races for the weekend, so they left Callie with us!  We've had her since Thursday morning, and are having a great time.  She gets called "Lucky" as much as she does "Callie".  For those of you who didnt know me when I had my dogs, Lucky was my toy poodle. 

We're making sure she gets plenty of exercise, we go for 2 mile walks where we can take her off the leash.  She takes off running ahead of us, then back, then ahead, then back... sometimes bringing a stick for us to throw.  Callie got a bath yesterday, because Jeff threw her stick in a muddy pond, and she didnt hesitate to go in for it.  It stuck end down in the mud, and she couldnt get it out.  She tried... twice... then gave up.  By the time we got back, she was dry, but she wasnt getting in bed with us without a bath.

As soon as Callie's "parents" come back for her, Monday, we will be leaving for San Antonio, Texas.  We received a call yesterday offering us a job managing a Christmas tree lot there.  It will be work, but it pays good, and it will be yet another experience!  So that is where we will be for both Thanksgiving and Christmas.

It froze here last night, and we hadnt taken the precautions... but all is well.  We shouldnt have to worry about freezing in San Antonio.

We also decided that since we are going that far, we may as well keep going.  So after Christmas, we plan to go on to Florida.  I doubt we will stay long... we have someone we want to see, then we will make our way back to New Mexico by mid to late January, probably.

Now for some pics:

Jeff working on a bead project

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