Sunday, January 11, 2009


Calfkeeper said...

Hey, are these Mr. N's pups? Our neighbor who moved?

Hubby talked to him a couple of weeks ago. He and wife are doing pretty well. He emailed a pic of his place in WI, tons of snow, temps in the single digits. hubby thinks anyone who lives there is nuts.


Anonymous said...

Aw, how cute. :o) How's it goin', Janice?

Robin said...

Hi Jel - how adorable! Are they your puppies?

Corry said...

So cute.
I bet in the lower picture, the bigger dog is showing the little one how to shut up. haha.


God's Grace.

Jim said...

Cute doggies there JEL. I always wondered why some don't have all their ears or digits!

We just returned to the cold (30's around here in the evenings last couple of nights) from a 10 day Caribbean cruise on the Queen Mary 2.

I have started to blog again now after a two week break (did put on a poem on the other blog yesterday). I hope I can keep up now but it may still be slow going for me.
-->So come see me at Jim's Little Blog <--

Bob said...

Adorable. I luv puppy pics.

I'm feeling much better, jan. thanks for your kind thoughts and prayers.


Robin said...

My brother, Robert is very congested and saw a doctor earlier (officially yesterday afternoon). The doctor wasn’t concerned so much about his sore throat, but most concerned about his heart rate it was almost 200 while he was just sitting in the office. The doctor told him he needed to admit to the hospital ASAP, but he said no because he doesn’t have health insurance - so he left the office with RX for antibiotics. He called me about 2:00 am asking what to do because his heart felt like it’s beating out of his chest - I told him he needs to follow his doctor’s advice and get to the hospital. I asked him if he needed me to call an ambulance and he said NO… he’s on his way to a hospital in TX, but I don’t know which one… Please pray!

Robin said...

Hi Jel - thanks for stopping by my blog to ask about my brother. He made it to the ER and is now back home. The doctor he saw yesterday gave him a medication to lower his heart rate (but it actually ended up being the wrong medication and it increased his heart rate instead). The ER doctor gave him something to counteract the medication from the first doctor. Please continue to pray for him as he recovers from his respiratory illness also. Thanks!

Fred said...

They are adorable!