I just noticed you are from Ottumwa IA. 4-5 years ago I picked up my 4 Corgi rescues from the Humane Society there. The USDA made the woman turn in 3 sets of 10 pembrokes. Do you ever hear of any puppy mills close to Ottumwa? I figure if she had to turn in 30 I can't imagine how many she actually had. I did see the papers on this at the time...just wondering.
Guess you and I are polar opposites. I pay no attention to detail. I stick my key in any black car. I actually reported some scratches and dents on my trunk. My husband looks at me like Ricky Ricardo looked at Lucy and says, "that's a rental car!' This Xmas I walked into what I thought was my best friend's house, even tho' my husband said I was wrong. I said, "helllooo, I think I'd know my best friend's house." Well, it was the same model as her house. I walked up the steps, the front door wasn't locked so I walked in. The house had the same floor plan. I wave hello to everyone in the living room, do the same as I pass the dining room. Once I'm in the kitchen the owner of the house looks at me and says, "Do I know you?" I look around and realized I didn't know anyone... I gulped and said, "No, I thought it was my friends house. He was nice enough to ask if I wanted something to eat!!!
Delighted to be friends! Thanks for working so hard helping Sam get the 365-day calendar completed. I'm still confused (my normal state). Did Sam want photos bigger or smaller than 5 MB for the 365-day calendar?
I just noticed you are from Ottumwa IA. It will be 4 years this April that I rescued 4 Corgis from the Humane society there. The woman had to give up 30 Corgis(have NO clue how many she must have had) Did you ever hear of this there? I picked them up at the Ottumwa Humane Society as she had 3 groups of 10 that she turned in. There were so many to pick from that day it was a hard choice especially after telling my hubby I'd get 1-2...ooops!
Al & Gwynnie may have the best mountains in the world, but y'know, a big farmyard with cornfields may be a lot better from a dog's-eye view. Most of the time, ours are stuck inside a small fenced yard, or walking around on a leash, or asleep on the couch.