|Posted on May 30, 2015 at 9:45 AM|
Wow, moving is such a huge undertaking! For the most part we are settled in and loving the quiet country life. We have picked back up with our breeding program, which is keep us very busy. There is still much clean up to be done here after winter and barn clean out. It is amazing how much stuff you accumulate after many years. We are expecting a another grand child this fall, that will make 3! Our lives are so blessed as our family increases to grow :). God Bless~
|Posted on January 9, 2015 at 7:50 AM|
We have relocated to a larger home and are now on the west side of Greenville going towards Union City, OH/IN. Off the busy road with more land for our children and pets, but still very easy to find. our Email address has changed for any of you that had the old one. email@example.com
|Posted on June 4, 2014 at 5:20 PM|
I realized I have not posted in over a year. Time flys and we rairly notice how much we have actually missed with all the busyness of life. Jacob is now a sophmore in college studying Engineering. Ian and Chloe are still homeschooled and doing great. We now have two beautiful granddaughters and our oldest now lives in Texas.
After a bout with cancer last year we slowed down on breeding and the rescues. Most have been placed, a few will never leave due to personality issues from abuse they lived through prior to coming here. I have realized life is too short to be so busy that I don't have time to enjoy my growing family. We do still have litters from time to time so please continue to check the site for updates.
God Bless! <3
|Posted on October 25, 2010 at 3:38 PM|
Wow, this year has been like a whirlwind. We started out spring with me having gallbladder surgery, to Samuel getting into a rather serious car accident, to Hopes wedding, then to Sams wedding. Consequently, I have decided to slow down on the amount of rescues I am taking in and cut back on some of my own pets. Jacob is now a sophmore at our local high school and Ian has started into first grade at home with me homeschooling him and Chloe.
Chloe's therapies have slowed down as she is walking and talking a mile a minute. We can now take a deep breath and attempt to relax momentarily.:)