So, lots of catching up to do. I had my surgery for a torn ACL on May 4th. I'm pretty much stuck on the couch or in a chair with my leg up until I get the go ahead to do ANYTHING from my Dr. I'm also on lots of painkillers, because it really hurts like the dickens. I'm not even able to be at the computer all that long, so its mostly me and the pups hanging out in the LR going nutz and watching loads of TV and Movies and playing insided games until Jay gets home. Then he is a saint and helps me go outside with the crew for a while. Well, if the weather is permitable, otherwise we just get to go stir crazy some more.
I've had to send my Rebel back again to get some sort of Battery problem fixed and will hopefully get it back soon. Though I guess it is a mixed blessing to be using my old Olympus, since it has such a great zoom (18x!!!). Lets say that it is very helpful in taking pictures when I'm in a stationary position outside. :)
Bosker is 16 weeks and is getting HUGE, not sure on his weight right now, but he's just a smidge under Kedge's height. I'll try and get Tori to get a weight on him for me soon. Really love the Wii Fit, it has a Puppy Section so that you can keep track of their weights as well. Not doing me that much good for a couple more weeks, so better than nothing. lol
We've started a beginners class with Bosker, I took him to the first class since it was before my surgery, and Jay and the kids will be taking him to the others. Its great seeing them bond and work with Bosker, though I do admit to wishing that I could just jump in there and do it. Its a good learning experience for them. :)
Kedge just had his big brag about getting his ASCA CD last month, feel free to look back and see pix of him with all his ribbons and whatnot. Sorry, just had to show off. I'm so proud of him!!!
I must say that Kedge has been a great help around the house with me not being able to get around much. He picks up things that I drop or if I can't reach them. Doesn't sound like a big deal, but it is a HUGE help! :) Jay and the kids have been amazing too. Its nice having a good support system to help out until this is over and done with.
Oh, and one bitty disclaimer, please don't mind the disheveled looks of the pups' coats. They are due for a good brushing and I'm trying to figure out a way to get them on my level without worrying about them stepping or bumping my leg. So its a work in progress. I might just talk Jay into bringin Bosker to the groomers a couple times, since he has that thick lamb's wool undercoat. We'll see how it works out today though.
Ok, enough of the ramblings, on to the pictures from the past couple of weeks!