Saturday, August 1, 2009

I miss my puppy!



We head back to Michigan on Saturday morning and I'm looking forward to seeing my puppy!

I have to say that Wisconsin is a beautiful state! I had such a great time at the log home training and meeting all the other people. (I recently joined Expedition Log Homes as a dealer. The previous company I worked for unfortunately went out of business.) I have some great mill photos to share with you later this week.

I had our breeder watch Scout and knew she would have a good time with the other dogs there. The above photo is of Scout greeting and kissing her mom. It was so sweet!

Looking forward to catching up with all of you! Let me know if I missed something major! (Betsy, Leedra and Mildred - weren't you glad you had a break from reading my 50 blogs? Ha,ha!)

22 comments:

Mildred said...

We have missed you Shelley! That's the cutest photo of Scout with her Mommy. I look forward to hearing more about your trip. Give Scout a hug from Harriet!

Barbara said...

Shelly, Glad you had a good time, hope the weather was better. I understand missing Scout. Mine are all older dogs, but after a few days I am beginning to worry about them.
I know he will be happy to see you.

Barbara

basketsnprims said...

Shelley,
I'm glad you had a good time and good luck with your new venture. I'm sure Scout will be ecstatic to see you, just to get a little more spoiled. She's so cute.
hugs,
Pam

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

I know how you feel! I can hardly stand to go away for one day when my "puppies" are not with me! Give that little Scout a kiss on the nose (one for me, too)!

Calming Scents said...

Ohhh I was hoping you were close to me, we could have met for lunch or supper. If you come back to Wisconsin let me know where you are. It is a beautiful state, I agree, but I have to say, the winters are getting to much to bear. I wish it were about 6 weeks less.

Busy Bee Suz said...

I bet she misses her new MOMMY too!!!

itsJUSTme-wendy said...

Aww, that picture is adorable! Glad you had a good. I have been to Wisconsin, I thought it was really pretty too.
And, we'll never tire of reading your 50+ blogs! LOL

rosemarie said...

hi shelley,i know how that feels ,when we go away i cant wait to see my cats.they give me joy ,which im sure you know about that..i live in wisconsin and yes they have alot of things to do..i love up north ,its so awsome..have a safe trip..

NCmountainwoman said...

No matter how happy we know our doggies are, we think of them all the time when we're away from them. I suspect they don't even give us a second thought.

Tricia said...

Awww that's her momma? Yes, sooo sweet!!!

Just a little something from Judy said...

What a sweet picture of Scout and her mother! I missed you! Looking forward to having you share what you learned.

Cedar ... said...

awwwww.... that is such a sweet pic,..

Ginger said...

Hi Shelley:
What a darling picture of Scout and her mom. I know how much you must miss that puppy.
Come by and see my blog...I posted a couple of pictures of Karen and I from our visit.

Jen said...

Never a dull moment with you! I would imagine you taught them a thing a two also. ;)

grammy said...

Glad you had a good time and hopefully learned a lot. The Mama dog looks like she could have been a little more excited (o:

Judy said...

I'm glad you had a good time. I bet Scout will be so happy to see you too!

reliv4life said...

welcome home!!!

Rural Rambler said...

Shelley hope you are home with your puppy! Glad you had a nice time but you know how nice it is to be "home sweet homey". Don't forget to get the Marvin kitty a scritch!

Carol said...

I know you'll be happy to be back home with Scout. Sounds like you had a good trip to Wisconsin.

Sharon said...

I would have babysat SCOUT! Sharon

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Hi Shelley,
I bet your Scout was glad to see you too:)
Rondell♥

Constance said...

I am back from Yellowstone and will be posting some pictures soon. I enjoyed the pictures of Scout (the one with Marvin is hysterical!) and I'm looking forward to your sharing about your training!
Connie