Monday, July 18, 2016
Hi Susan, this is Paul and Christine. Just wanted to let you see how Bella is doing. I'm the one who grooms her. I'm now letting her skirt grow out. She is beautiful and fills our home with lots of love. She touches the hearts of everyone she meets.
Thank you for such a wonderful addition to our family and life.
Posted by Susan at 6:05 PM
Friday, July 15, 2016
I have been meaning to drop you a line to tell you how delighted we were to see the photos of Jamie - Sasha's litter mate and brother. I have to believe he is an awesome fellow since Sasha is such a fantastic little gal. She is smart and adorable - and definitely runs our home. Her internal alarm clock gets us up at the same time every morning and, at the end of the day, when bedtime comes, she announces that it is "time". ( That is a canine first for us).
I am sure that you must miss having all the litters. Know that the High Calling family is still out here - and we all know that our cocker companions are the most beautiful ever!
I hope you are enjoying South Carolina. We think of you often and continue to thank you for our Sasha.
Pat & Ron and Sasha
Posted by Susan at 12:34 PM
Just wanted to check in and see how you and the family are doing? It has really been HOT here in the mountains. In fact, we had the hottest May on record and I think June may be right up there too.
I sent some new photos of the girls which I hope you received and enjoyed. They are so much fun and have a blast when my niece, Shannon and her children come for a visit. Bethany is just like a puppy with her tail and body doing the “Cocker Twist”. Tiffany loves to play fetch with anyone and everyone! She runs like the wind and is hard to keep up with her! Both are so happy when they get up and have so much love to give. They bring joy and happiness into the lives of everyone around them. Needless to say, how is Miss Ladybug doing? If she’s anything like her sister I know she brings much laughter and joy into your lives.
Last Monday we said good-bye to Clay, Shannon’s eldest son, he’s off to Fort Benning, GA for training. Before he left, I was able to continue a family tradition of blessing the one leaving for the military and giving them their unique verse selected for him from the Bible. This is something we’ve always done and is always a special moment.
I keep you in my thoughts and prayers and hope everything is going well and that everyone’s health is improving.
Have a great July 4th! I do miss our family gatherings on these special holidays. But remember how much fun everyone had. Since it’s just me and the girls I usually fix a hamburger for us. Their patty is small but they get to enjoy a special treat.
Love and much happiness through Christ,
Cherrie’, Bethany and Tiffany
Posted by Susan at 12:30 PM