Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Happy Valentines, Happy St. Patricks, Presidents & MLK and many happy birthdays

One could say I’ve been away a long time, and I have.

Computer was down during the holidays, and that was great, being with family, my amazing family, then the equally amazing friends who stopped in during that time. ;o)

1/1/11 My children surprised me with a Morkie – Maltese/Yorkie – a funny little guy about 2 lbs. Smart, too. ‘Way smarter than I it seems. The more I ‘pup’ protected the more he found ways around it. One evening I attempted to turn on my computer to bask in all my birthday wishes. After 7 minutes, it dies. Turned on the lamp. Nada. The radio, not so much. Cell phone, followed by land line. Some shaggy 3# pup sat, head down, looking like he’d just lost his only friend. Holding all the chewed cords, I thought he might be right. Oh, ok, he was never in much trouble. But it took weeks to replace all the chargers. But in the meantime I fell in love with just watching this goofy puppy, now named “Lord Beanni Frizzlebottom”. Watching him grow, chase his tail, seeing the world from my shoulder…

And then I became afraid of turning on the computer. Bad sign. But on this freezing, quasi Spring day, with the B’s presence and fortified with Jesus, I thought I’d just take a try at it.

Love & Blessings to you all.

Papa? I’m finally back, Vicki oh! and the Beanni

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  1. Welcome back, Vicki! And welcome, Beanni. You’re a cutie (No more cord-chewing, OK?).

  2. I think “No more cord-chewing” could be dreaming in technicolor but he sure is cute – how could you get mad at an innocent-looking face like that?

    Glad you’re – back – you were missed!

    • JACKIE CERQUA on March 27, 2011 at 4:42 pm
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    WELCOME BACK…. really missed you…
    Is your Beanni trained yet? I have a cat that likes to play with the cords to anything plugged in… waiting to see his fur stand on end…. He is all black and can hide in the darnest places….
    Enjoy your little one….

    • Sue on March 28, 2011 at 9:03 am
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    I have to say Vicki, Beanni has the look of mischief in his eyes, kind of like his owner or should I say roommate. What a precious piece of God’s work. They all bring so much comfort just when we need it. Glad to see you back on line, I have my whole family following this site, you are a wonderment to us all. Love

    • Fran on March 30, 2011 at 4:39 am
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    Welcome back!
    Your little lord beanni is adorable! I’m sure he’ll teach you a few ways to raise mischief and you will teach him as well! You are in my daily prayers.

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