It has been a crazy few weeks over here! My grandmother was in and out of the hospital with dehydration and we originally were told she was going into kidney failure but it turns out to be her kidney functions were "failing" due to the dehydration. Anyways, she is doing much better and I spent a lot of time giving my parents a hand with things around the house and getting ready for Christmas along with getting all my stuff done for Christmas, which still isn't done!! I haven't even started my Christmas cards and I have no picture good enough to use with the boys! Man!! What kind of Mom am I not to send out a picture with my Christmas cards! Hahaha!!
I am also puppy proofing my house!! We, I, am finally going to be a Fidelco Foster Mom!!!!! I am so excited about this! I am picking up the puppy on Saturday. It will be a girl and her name must start with a B which we get to pick. We came up with Bliss, Bindy, Brie and Believe so far. Not sure I am liking any of them. I really wanted to have a name with a really cool meaning behind it since these dogs are born to help the blind. If anyone has any ideas for a name feel free to let me know. I am up for suggestions!! I have 3 days from the time I pick her up to send in 3 names so they can check and make sure they are not in use right now. Oh and the name has to be 1 or 2 syllables. So, Yes craziness is the word for the past 2 weeks. I have not decided if I am going to start a new blog for the fostering or if I will do it right on this blog. I guess it all depends on if you all will like to read about it ;) I thought it would be fun to document all the hard times of raising the puppy and the good all the way up til it is time to hand her back over to become the dog she was bred to be.
I have to get back into entering into all the wonderful challenges! I miss them very much!!! I am not sure if I will be back as much I would like to in the next week or two but I will try.
Hope you are all having a wonderful week and please let me know if you think of any names and if you are interested in reading about my Fidelco adventure!