The dogs love to rumble, especially in the morning. I tried to get a good shot but this was the best one before I had to give them a time out before one of them got hurt.
Jackson, the one on top and the smaller of the two, thinks he is the dominant one until Colby gets a bit more agressive...out of my face and leave me alone....They bark at each other, chase each other and of course bite each other but not that they hurt each other. I usually step in before that happens. It's all play and usually for only a few minutes then it's nap time.
This past weekend I was visiting with my old neighbor at her home in Michigan. September is very nice in the Grand Rapids area, warm days and cooler nights. It was refreshing to escape the humidity of SW Florida. There are sooooo many apple orchards in the area, and she chose one that she had not been too. So here are just a few pictures. No pumpkin patch or pumpkins. Enjoy!
They say as you get older you should continue to learn something new to keep your body and mind active. Well, I certainly qualify for this. In December, I took sailing lessons, it was fun, frustrating and fantastic. This has been fun on so many levels. Just being on the water takes me to a very relaxing space. Along with learning to sail comes taking pictures of the adventure, which isn't new, but taking videos is something new and then what do you do with all those videos. Well, you learn how to create something with them, which I did. I have created a YouTube channel to share this new adventure. My friend and I are avid coffee drinkers and not decaf, which we incorporated in our channel name. Our channel name is DeepSixDecaf . So after about 3 weeks of pictures and videos today I was able to post a video. Please stop over to the channel and take a look, here is a link for you. Thanking you for taking the time to check it out! Stay tuned for more adventures o
September 10, 2017 is a date that I will remember for a long time. It is like 9/11, we remember where we were and what we were doing at a particular moment in time. The days leading up to September 10 were very busy, not only in my personal life, but at the office and with our staff. Making sure that before we left that Friday we had all our equipment away from windows, stuffed in closets and covered with trash bags, just in case. Everything was moved but the desks. It had been a long time since the desks were that empty, almost like we were moving either into or out of this office. Also, keeping in contact with the staff to make sure everyone was safe. The plan was that I would text everyone several times a day and they needed to respond to me that all was okay. They did a great job keeping up with this throughout the storm and afterwards. Leading up to the weekend, I had been preparing at home. Making sure my truck had a full tank of gas, going to the grocery store to mak