Friday, July 17, 2020

Going To The Dogs

Banjo is ready to make his debut in the 
"Breeding World".

Banjo's story click here.

Banjo is a stud and will be used for breeding.
His breeder wanted pictures of him so buyers could see what the male 
dog looks like.

So off to the groomers we went.

Before picture:

We drove with the top down. 

Banjo loves the fresh air.

"I can't see you!
 Boy, do I need a trim"


These are the pictures that the Breeder
 took for her portfolio.

We love this breeder. 
She involves all 7 of her children.
And she does it in her home!!

It was a very hot evening .
Banjo was such a good dog.

Then we went inside for 
a different type of picture.

The look on Banjo's face says it all!

Almost done...

Banjo's puppies will be born in September!!
Well, he won't be having puppies but
Murphy is.

What a STUD!


And Jesus said to him, " 'If You can?' All things are possible to him who believes."

Mark 9:23

Saturday, July 11, 2020

4th of July in McCall

This is the trip I have been waiting for since the virus
stopped us from visiting Seattle way back in March.

I finally get to kiss and hug our 
grandchildren who live in Seattle!

Banjo was packed and ready to go.

Here we are (all of us) at the beach.
You can see my buttons bursting
and I'm grinning from ear to ear.


(Kimmy and Marks youngest)
(Todd and Steph's youngest)

Even the dogs had play pals!
Well, that's what Banjo thought.
Not so much Abram.

Still hugging and holding!

"You have one, too???"

Uncle Mark ?
 I know you!

Levi and Trey were inseparable.

Huxley and Banjo.

Father, son...Father, son!

The beach was the best playground.

Below, are just three of the 20  pictures,
that we took of all the grandchildren.

They were all so good but 
the sun was right in their eyes.

How quickly they grow!


Shopping Buddies!

All the girls,
 walked to town,
 to do a little shopping.

More hugs and kisses

I loved watching all the play times and players.

Trey and Ommie

Trey and Levi with "Ommie-Goo"

Isaac and Banjo 
I always had a partner when I took Banjo for a walk.

One last dip in the lake!

Thanks McCall for the weather, water, and wonderful time.
Until we see you again,
I will cherish these memories.


"But Mary treasured all these things, and ponder them in her heart."
Luke 2:19

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