I LOVE the story of Peppi and how she found her way home :) such a sweet story. She is very cute pointing already.
Kenleigh Acres, thanks. I do miss her very much, and I am hoping the joy of new lambs takes away the sadness of her going. I am very happy she has such a wonderful new home!
Kathy,She's doing great, trust me! I get to see her at least every weekend and sometimes during the week. My sister in law Carol and my brother Dan stop by the house a couple of times during the week and on weekends when they're either going out to take her for a romp in the woods or coming back. She's a ball of energy. Our two dogs (a Chihuahua and a miniature schnauzer) love her... though Rookie, the chihuahua gets grumpy fast... he's just an old fart though. I've taken the liberty to post some pics Carol and Dan sent us and play with some words on our blog. I hope you don't mind but I linked your blog in a post I made. If that's an inconvenience or bother let me know and I'll disable it. As for Peppi... she's in very, very good hands.Having known my brother all of my life (go figure) I know he'll treat Peppi right and that pup will be as much a part of their family as... well... I am... probably more.She's in a good home. You couldn't have found a better one actually.DennisP.S. Oh yeah... if you want to review our blog it's at this url... http://fyrcop.blogspot.com The story's still at the top.
frycop, thank-you, thank-you, thank-you! I have been out of commission lately and just now checked in here. I am so thankful little Peppi went to your brother's home and was discussing that with my daughter today. I will check out your blog right away and am flattered you would list me !