Those best things in life certainly can come in small packages. When my kids suggested getting a pet I hoped it wasn't one they wanted to give me as has happened in the past. I raised Boxers for years and took them to shows, so had that doggie love in my blood, but had been without a dog for a few years. I saw an ad for Lily and had the kennel send me a picture. I called back and said I would be there in an hour. It was love at first sight. I have her for the only love in my life outside of my two girls and two grandchildren. We have walked miles together and spent three years together in a variety of places.She is a mix of Yorkie and Maltese so very small, which is a plus especially cleaning up after her. LOL Liking to travel I wasn't sure I wanted this responsibility, but now have a hard time imagining life without her.
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Lily got all her winter growth trimmed back, she catches a lot of snow on her paws and belly making her a tiny snowball at times.
A wave of geese flowed across the prairie, a progression to return to nesting grounds to the north. Hundreds of birds assembled in a following of various leaders forming different shaped V's. One long flight was followed by another group of ducks, another huge flock of Northern Shoveler. A few Snow geese intermixed with Canadians soon catch up with the flights ahead. Spring is just around the corner, and the migrations along the Missouri River are a sight to behold.Meadowlarks and Red- winged Blackbirds are some of the early arrivals along with the Robins The calls in the forest of Cardinals and Tufted Titmouse tell me they are ready to begin nesting . I have the weekend off and hope to stay very busy trying to see this symphony of pleasure to be seen out on the prairie.