Wednesday, April 20, 2011
She is well on her way to being house trained and we are starting to work on "stay" and "lay down". Having two pets is very time consuming, but well worth the challenge. This weekend we will be making our first trip down to the Goss Farm with our two pets. It should be interesting!
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Sunday we went to an organized MS Walk to support my cousin (http://www.nationalmssociety.org/index.aspx) and had a great time. We had a big chili dinner that afternoon and got to catch up with all the cousins!
The rest of the week was filled with new dining experiences, trying new beer and wine and of course more gambling! Some of my most favorite moments of the trip were just sitting around and getting to spend time with family that we don't get to see very often.
While we were there my new nephew was born on the Goss side: Noah Edward Goss 7 lb 10 ounces 3:41 AM on April 6th. We are very excited to go meet him on Easter Weekend!
Also, Sunday when we got back home we got our new little addition to the family, our puppy Lady who is "Cockalier" or part King Charles Cavalier and Cocker Spaniel. We are having a blast with her and Bosko is getting used to her. I think he is trying to keep his cool as the older more mature dog.
http://www.cockerrescue.net/Happy_Endings2011/happy2011.html) click on the left on Lindsey Now "Lady". If you are interested in adopting a Cocker Spaniel you can also view Dogs Available for Adoption: http://www.cockerrescue.net/cockersavailable/cockers.html.
As you can see the past couple of weeks have really been busy and exciting. I believe stepping outside the box every once and awhile can have a really positive impact on your life, but then again it is also nice once again to get back to that familar routine.