Thursday, July 9, 2009
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Dragon Hawke, the black and white Papillion, wants to say hello again, too. We are doing fine and just terribly busy. My Lady has been working hard, too hard, and hurt her back, but wants the place to be neat and tidy because Great Sir and Great Lady are coming to visit. Oh, what fun we have when they come! Of course, they are stopping to see Ashton and Damien, the great grandsons, first in Nashville, but then they will be here for a week! Whee! That is always exciting. They are even bring some antique furniture that My Lady has always wanted. Since the Greats have moved into a tiny little house, they had to get rid of the beautiful old (150+ years) hand carved bedroom set with dresser, chest, side table, head and foot boards and short rails. My Lady told me people used to be much shorter, so the bed is about six inches shorter than a regular full bed size. I am anxious to see how that works. Well, I will tell you more about it when they bring the stuff. Dragon Hawke thinks he knows all about it, but I will get the scoop from My Lady and fill you in more soon. Love from Kheldar, the Yorkie.
Thursday, July 2, 2009
Here I am back and busy as can be. Have you missed me? I am sorry I was not able to get my emanuensis to write all the interesting things that have been going on with me because they were moving. Imagine being too busy moving to write my blog! She is back in business again, however, and not only have they moved, they are coming to visit me in person soon. How exciting that is! I always get special treatment and gifts when they come, and she will be more excited about getting my blog out. I hear they did get the dog book published at Amazon.com along with another book called Crossbreed about a werewolf and vampire who has a huge wolf hound that is special. Boy, I would really like him. My blog address is on the cover of both books though. Now they are busy writing Volume II of Hear What Your Dog Says! which is about other dogs that My Lady had when she was very young. If you like dogs, and who doesn't, you will love these books about dogs. Can you believe that My Lady and her family had eleven dogs all at one time? That was before she had a Yorkie. She did have a couple of other dogs though when she began apartment dwelling, as you probably know, before I came along, but she found they were not enough. She had to have a Yorkie. Four years ago she got me. The Chinese Crested Puff and the Papillion came to live with her before I was born, so they are nice older brothers for me now. Naturally, however, I am the boss! Well, will try to keep up better these days and get back in the groove. More soon. Love from Kheldar the Yorkie.