Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Work Work Work

It has been a long time since I have blogged but some times work get in the way.  I finished my contracts with a few business and tonight I am doing what I want. 
Just wanted you to know Sitting Bull is still there doing his thing. 
Last Sat when Deb and I were leaving the store. It started storming  we were putting some bags in the back of her van and up come a very scared dog  and jumped in the car.  Very friendly but scared.    Went to the Humane Society to have him checked for a Micro chip.  None so while we were there a lady keep taking his picture and we found she was with  Pet finder and today the owner came and picked up the dog from my house.  We just entertained him for a few days.  Happy ending.  Just couldn't leave him at the rescue center.It was through Pet Finders the owner made a connection with the dog.

I also want to let you know the story about the farm house was in the April issue of HomesandLifestylesMagazine.com.   I thought they did a great job on the article..

Maybe I can get back to blogging more often.  We have a garden show in Bloomington,  In at the National Guard Armory this weekend Saturday only..  Our shop in town is going well.
Until next time take care.


  1. Sittting Bull is too funny-but sad looking too. I am glad you found the dogs owner.

  2. My first bull that I bought when I was 12yrs old was named Sitting Bull.. Great name!

  3. Sounds like you are wuite the busy lady. Hang in there, we will be here still when life settles down a bit. Great ending to your dog story:-)

  4. Oh my goodness! I just read your article in the magazine online. What a great story and such fabulous photos! LOVE it!

    1. Thanks Lana,
      It was fun doing the shooting and to see all my collectibles in print.

  5. Haha oh my it sure it a great picture! And is that a porter potty (don't know if i spelled that right) in the background? I was just wondering what it was doing there???

    Glad the dog has found its way back!
    Big hugs

    1. Leontien
      That is the port a pot for the construction workers that are building the bridge next to our feed lot.