Thursday, May 6, 2010

Scenes From This Week..............


Misty moving pretty well. Maybe her glucosamine is beginning to work for her.

It's still quite windy here this week................

For once Kola relaxed for our self portrait.......................

Misty always does................They're so tolerant of me............

A stupid plum tree seriously bit me while I was mowing the lawn. And it still hurts loads!

As I said, still quite windy here this week............Mina showing off her ears!

12 comments:

Gail said...

Wonderful animals...I think I would be trimming that plum up a little higher.

Callie said...

Oh, Gail, that plum tree is going down completely, LOL, going down with a chain saw! have too many of thoe spiny nasty little trees anyhow! Thanks, they are great animals/children ;)

Cheyenne said...

Liked them, good pics, and the wind? Those scratches are really parallel.

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

Ouch. That looks like it hurts. Every time I see pictures of Mina I think she looks like an alien from outer space. She's too unique to be a dog.

Grey Horse Matters said...

Ouch! That tree has got to go. Love all the pics.

Callie said...

Thanks, ladies, it does hurt everytime I flex my leg I stretch it and it starts to pop open again. Yeah, Mina is pretty odd looking which is why we couldn't resist adopting her from the shelter. Her ears were blowing in the wind!

Paint Girl said...

Everybody looks so good!
I had enough wind on Monday to last a year!! I think it is finally going to warm up to the 60's now.

Beth said...

Ouch on that scratch! I have barberry bush i am dying to get ride of. I am so not in to thorns.

Everyone else look so cute and happy.

I had a cat named Mina, never heard anyone else have that name. :)

GoLightly said...

OWTCH! Use warm salt water to clean/soak the wound, and be careful! Those spines can give a NASTY infection.

I hate spiny things.
I am ripping out the English Tea Roses this year. Never wanted them around in the first place!
I'll need kevlar...

Your animals are obviously in heaven:)

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Thanks!

Jean said...

Oooh, nasty plum tree. It's usually the holly that gets me, if it's not a wild rose briar. I thought the lawn was supposed to get mown, not the person mowing it.

Midlife Mom said...

OUCH Callie! Those are nasty scratches!! Yes, I'd get my chain saw out too!!!

It's been terribly windy here too. Lost a few trees and the cottage next door to ours now has a tree on the roof! I hope we're not next!

It's raining buckets too. The Hubs and I took Miss T and Kipper out for a ride and ended up getting drenched before we got back.

Love the picture of Mina, great ears! She is sweet looking!