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***Welcome! Corgially Yours, Beezie***

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About Me:
I love Corgis! I'm in my mid-50's, and enjoy a bit of flower gardening (especially roses), cooking, and I volunteer my time working for a worldwide missing persons and unidentified remains database. Married, no children, but two beautiful neices. I also love cats and all animals but have a serious aversion to spiders. My home state is Ohio but I live in the mid-South after having spent several years living in Australia with my Australian hubby. I'm also a retired travel agent, real estate agent and paralegal (never could decide what I wanted to be when I grew up).
About My Corgi(s):
Beezie is now 7 months old. We first joined MyCorgi when she was only 9 weeks old. She is a Pembroke red-headed tri and is the light of my life. I've had two other PWC's: Angharad (Annie), a red headed tri, and Andrew (Drewie-dog), a sable. Both have gone to Rainbow Bridge but I still miss them very much.

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I do believe I take the worst pictures of my baby in the world! She is such a pretty little thing but I manage to make her look like everything from a devil dog to a Plain Jane!

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Strong herding instinct!

Posted on January 12, 2009 at 4:20pm 3 Comments

I'd forgotten what it was like to have a baby with strong herding instincts! Beezie is a little over 7 months old and she is major into herding my mother's elderly dog. Thank heavens said old doggy is laid back and usually puts up with it!



Our first Corgi (Angharad - aka Annie) herded us to the bone box or to the door to go out but Beezie herds for the sheer joy of it. She sidles close to the "direct", swings her little bunny butt around and pushes from that way - whatever it takes… Continue

Notice to Pet Owners

Posted on January 1, 2009 at 3:00pm 10 Comments

To be posted VERY LOW on the refrigerator door - nose height.



Dear Dogs and Cats,



The dishes with the paw print are yours and contain your food. The other dishes are mine and contain my food. Please note, placing a paw print in the middle of my plate and food does not stake a claim for it becoming your food and dish, nor do I find that aesthetically pleasing in the slightest.



The stairway was not designed by NASCAR and is not a racetrack. Beating me to… Continue

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At 7:31pm on March 16, 2009, Tina and Cooper said…
Beezie is so sweet,,,Im kinda new to my corgi and love it so far,,Love all the stories in corgi's caught in the crime lol :o) `tina~
At 12:30pm on January 12, 2009, disraeli ears said…
Your little Beezie reminds me of my little Andy. :) Especially in pictures 2 and 8.
At 4:51pm on January 1, 2009, Kathy and Jillie said…
Happy New Year! Enjoyed reading your "Notice to Pet Owners"...so true!
We have two children with 2 dogs and 3 cats! Our son just graduated from college and our daughter is in her second year at the University of South Carolina! So we sure can relate to the money for college....uuuugh!
At 3:24pm on January 1, 2009, Cristi said…
My new little girl's name is also Beezie! Hello to your Beezie.
At 10:48am on November 24, 2008, Boots and Superstar! said…
i like the photo of her sleeping under the drawer!haha!
At 2:10am on October 28, 2008, Florence said…
Hello hello Beezie,
I just saw your message, sooooo late, SORRY !!!!!!!!!!!!!
I was just very busy with too many things, but I'm back, and happy to "see" you again !

Love from Florence in Japan,
and love too from Nana and Uyanga !
At 8:30am on September 17, 2008, Nancy Geddes said…
Dear Susan and Beezie: I hope that you will come back to visit Williamsburg and we would then have the pleasure of meeting you and sitting down with a Pimms Cup! (from the description, you may have been at The Trellis or perhaps in one of the garden taverns in Colonial Williamsburg?) My mother was a master gardener here so I have also inherited the desire to pull weeds! Mom was nearing the rainbow bridge when I got Tasha from a kennel in Smithfield and I remember the smile on her face when she met my pup. Beezie's pictures brings back those bittersweet memories. Now, that was six years ago and Tasha is my alpha girl with Bear the curmudgeon and Linus my fluffy fool. Tasha has earned her therapy title and is in novice agility running on top of the tunnel instead of through it! She's always the rebel racing straight to the A-frame when we are to do the tire....
My paternal family was based in Rockford and there are times that I dearly miss the Forest City and my grandfather's ranch in Winnebago County (I could have raised a gazillion corgis out there!).

So, in your travels, come to Virginia and have dinner at my house (I'm a Certified Executive Chef by profession) and we can walk our beautiful corgis proudly down Duke of Gloucester Street in Colonial Williamsburg where people, usually at a loss for words when seeing my oncoming triple corgi wedge say, "Aren't those the dogs the Queen has?".
Corgi hugs from Bear, Tasha and wee Linus (and, of course, the outnumbered human, Nan). P.S. We are attending the NC Corgi picnic this coming weekend and all three corgis have their Virginia Tech football jerseys for the parade! Now, this might be a foolish thing being in the heart of Tarheel country. (My daughter Kate is a senior at VT and is driving from Blacksburg to join me!)
At 10:52pm on September 16, 2008, Susan said…
Hi ya back...hope everyone gets to feeling better down there. Did you get any of the rain fallout from TX? We actually had a rainy weekend in northeastern Indiana...but not sure if it was from the hurricanes! hehee. Anyway, hope you don't get the virus in your household. I gave my girl Addie a bath tonight in the kitchen sink, and she looks like a fuzzy bear! Very cute, but, the biscuit jar is considerably lower now! sigh.
At 11:24pm on September 10, 2008, Pa'ani said…
I LOVE the picture!! so cute! it looks just like them!
At 10:16pm on September 9, 2008, Lucy Hicks said…
Welcome to you both!!!
 
 
 

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