Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Ahoy There!

Did you forget about us? We're still here-alive and (mostly) well. Mum and the fella took a trip to Texas and while they were gone, I stayed with Grammie. 

Mum went to a football game and met a real live Glen of Imaal Terrier. She said she was very sweet and friendly. 

Meanwhile, back at the ranch, I was tending to Grammie...see while mum was gone, we got the news that Grampie can't come home. He can't walk reliably and their house just isn't set up to accommodate a wheelchair. Grammie's havin a real ruff time trying to choose an assisted living place for them. And because Grammie's having a ruff time, mum's having a ruff time. I've been real busy trying to make sure everyone gets their walks and snuggles and all of that. 

As you can see...it's exhausting!

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  1. His gramma called those places "boobie hatches". She got put in one at age 98 and lived five more years.

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    1. Grampie is only 72, but has Parkinson's. Mum says it will be a long row to hoe - whatever that means

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  2. Edgar when there's that kind of stress around, a pup's got a lot on his paws. You're going to be very busy spreading the cuddles around. Hope every thing gets settled soon.

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    1. Thanks, furiends. I just hope they find a place that is "pet friendly"

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  3. Awwwww we are sorry to hear the news about your grampie and grammie... We hope they find a wonderful place and find it soon so they can be together.
    We will send some our OUR cuddles fur everybuddy, too.

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    1. We hope so too - Grampie hasn't been home for almost 2 months now :(

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  4. I hate to hear this about grampie, we will keep everyone in our prayers to keep their spirits lifted. I know you will do your part too, hang in there.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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    1. Thanks, Sully - it's sure appreciated!

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  5. Keeping your families spirits up and keep cuddling. Hope everything works out for all.
    Bentley

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    1. Thanks, Bentley - we are sure it will get all smoothed out - just hope it's sooner rather than later.

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  6. Edgar, we are sorry to hear your Grampie can't come home. We hope things go smoothly for all of you. We'll be thinking of you and your family. Be sure to share huggies, they really do help!
    Waggies,
    Braeden, Seth and Riley

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  7. Dude dis is just terribles! I knows it be tuff fur da grandpeeps to leave their home and where they is comfy. I hope they will adjust so big hugs to them and to your mom.

    Puddles

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