Friday, January 29, 2010

Good Intentions...


Really, I had every intention of blogging with greater frequency, but life with Miss Lucy is a lot like life with a toddler. No surfaces are safe. I spend tons of time prying stuff from her mouth (sticks, socks,trash on the street). Unlike life with a toddler, we're out in the frigid cold taking walks a lot . Goodbye, discretionary time.

I've yet to figure out how to transfer photos from my phone (where I have many picutres of Lucy) to the computer. One day I will. I was on a roll with fifty things I was going to accomplish this fiftieth year, but that's gone by the wayside. I have several unfinished knitting projects and have much less time to read for pleasure. However, we have a happy, healthy fifteen week old puppy who is thriving.

And I'm getting in lots of aerobic exercise.

photo of one of Lucy's kin.

12 comments:

Purple said...

"However, we have a happy, healthy fifteen week old puppy who is thriving"

That's good enough for me...
I have always said: our pets teach us much about life and love. Enjoy Lucy as much as she enjoys being in your family.

Mompriest said...

Very sweet - so glad she is healthy and all are happy! (if busier than anticipated....)

Mompriest said...

OH, and when I'm back in town we'll have to meet for coffee!

Jan said...

Our puppies are almost the same age, so I can imagine how busy you are, plus having a job, etc. Maisie is approximately 12 weeks old, plus or minus days or weeks. Busy, busy. Enjoy!

Songbird said...

Puppies are consuming! I'm glad you're having such fun with her.

Diane said...

oh, puppy hood! Hope I get to meet yours someday!

Deb said...

I'm slightly jealous, but I know that I just can't handle a puppy at this time in my life. Enjoy yours, because I know how rewarding it is to have a dog join your family.

Ruth Hull Chatlien said...

Oh, I love puppies. They do keep their owners busy for several months.

Barbara B. said...

Yay for the puppy and for the exercise!

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

hee hee... parenting a pup indeed! i think lucy is just the healing and bundle of furry love you needed... giving your heart to one of god's creatures with wild ambition... beautiful!

小孩 said...

good, excellent, nice job!!........................................

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

thank you for your prayers...
i know you know the depth of grief all too well.

my doggie is keeping close tabs on me... i hope your little pup, who is probably not so little now... is bringing you new life.