Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Laughter is still a great medicine

Hope all is well with you dear reader.
I have been working from home, like many of you, for the past 2 weeks.
Though I am off work this week - which doesn't feel any different than a typical day, work day or non work day, given the quarantine and such.

We are keeping our spirits high by actively playing with our pets, reading and watching some streamed movies.

It is April 1st. Things are quite uncertain, which is the way things really are, all the time, if you ask me, but it just seems as though things are steady. That said, I bet none of us would mind if this Corona pandemic went away right now, eh?

Y'all stay healthy and keep the spirit and the flesh high. If the monotony bug bites ya, just laugh it off, knowing that monotony too shall change. Furthermore, laughter is still a great medicine.

I will leave you with a glimpse of puppy Genghis showing off his pearly whites.

God Speed!

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Along came Genghis & Lakshmi

Happy WE everypawdy!
All is well with me and I hope all is well with you.

I quickly want to introduce you to two of our newest  family members.

Meet our youngest feline family member Lakshmi. 
Lakshmi is a rescue, Calico female, 6-8 months old. 
Very cute, naughty and wild, but still a good gal. 
Once she was a "Sinkerella" in order to avoid Black Kitty.
Lil baby :)
Slowly gaining territory...
Protector of the kitchen (where the food is)...
Collage for your visual pleasure ....
Can you top this look? :)

Next up...
Meet our youngest Canine baby, Baby Genghis 9 weeks old
Breed - Chow Chow!

Around 7 weeks of age...

8.5 week look. Chilling with Sister Coco.

That's all the paw updates for now.

Have a Happy WE!

Hoping to see y'all soon.
Peace :)

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Coco returns

Coco ran away on Jan 4th within minutes of us arriving in Swan Antonio-Texas, where we on vacation. It was a wilderness area she ran into, with packs of Coyotes, Bobcats, Mountain Lions, Rattlesnakes, Foxes and Wild Hogs. We were worried sick and spent countless hours searching for her, which became our ‘vacation’. On Jan 11th, we drove back, heavy-hearted to Dallas. Two days after we came home, a young boy saw Coco and thought she was a Black Bear and told his Grandpa, who in turn alerted our dear friends Kate and John, who took Coco to their home. We drove back to San Antonio and brought Coco back home last night. It is a miracle how she survived 10 days in the wilderness. We are more than happy, more than grateful

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Please help find Coco

Coco is a beautiful Chow who was rescued by us.
Ran off the leash in Grey Forest (Helotes-Texas area) on Jan. 4th around 2:30 PM.
Last seen in the Helotes area, Texas.
Coco is very skittish and scared of all things-people, animals and vehicles.
She sometimes warms up to women.
Please, please help us find Coco.
314-489-9446 or 314-570-8475
Instagram: HopVelo
Thank you so very much.
#findcoco ##lostdog

Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Merry Christmas

\Hi Everyone!

We went to see the Ice exhibit at the Gaylord Texan Resort yesterday. It was a unique experience to see so much ice in our area. The sculptures were quite unique and enjoyable.

And Charlie Brown and entourage were there to entertain both kids and adults alike.

Wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Healthy & Happy 2020 and beyond!

Warm wishes :)

Monday, December 23, 2019

Murals of Lewisville -Texas

Some fantastic murals that I saw along Mill Street in Lewisville.

Linking with Monday Murals.

Have a Happy Day!
Peace :)