Monday, July 30, 2007

Deconstruction




And the list of things to be removed resolved or changed is long and seems over night to get more complicated. This morning I will remove every item from the only remaining and working bathroom and then later this morning it will be gutted and the the tile guy will be able to start the processes of putting the travertine ( from Turkey) on the floor and up the wall....I hear I will not be with out the toilet longer then a day...How this is possible I do not know...

I have been going for some 12 and 14 hours a day The fence is now up not just string between some trees, it is painted and the house is about to be painted as well..no tv no puter and little sleep. Hope you are all very well..Bruno and I both need a month or two off....

Liz came by the other day a sweet lab mix in her car...Out leaps this little sweetie ( who reminded me of Buluga ) She is about two years old and clearly likes it here, and will start some farm training this next week. I will get her shots as well as fixed, She has had a litter in the last 6 months and that is enough. I have named her Daizy Mae. Liz rescued her off the little highway down the way after nearly being hit herself, Liz took matters into her own hands ( this is normal) and after some assistance got the poor dog into her rig. She then came by here some time later and her she is.....I know she looks a lot lot Buluga and they do have some traits in common..... She will try to love the bunnies and care for them like they are pups...The kittens are still hissing at her and it is slowing down ...The last photo is of the kittens and Savannah on my lap....the three ended up sound to sleep there for sometime...

Anyway Bruno came home and he decided we could keep her....so we now have a new addition...7 months after losing Buluga....to the day!

3 comments:

Farm Wife said...

Congrats on Daizy Mae! She will be loved!

a wandering heart said...

Oh, I'm so happy for you. She has such a lovable face!

Inkling said...

I'm so glad Daizy Mae has a good home with a new mom and dad to love her. And I'm glad you have a big heart that lets you take in oodles of animals and really love and care for them well.

Here's hoping you don't have to use a dunny hole for more than a day!

And just so you know....I love the bracelets you are wearing in the pictures. They suit you. Strong, bold, bright, and timelessly beautiful.