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My dogs…

Well, they were a constant bone of contention here at BAD and in my real life. I can frankly admit that I went too far in the “rescue” operation. We won’t delve into the psychology of this statement here, but know that I’m definitely doing some self-work these days. (And I loved the anonymous debtor suggestion in my last post, thank you.)

But now… the two will be heading to their new home next month.

Jake

We have an 80 pound retriever mix that a gymnast adopted (well, I did) his junior year of high school. The plan was for him to move to Texas once he was established as a gymnast there. But instead, he will go to live with the princess during her final year of college. She is moving into a one-bedroom apartment. Having a big, scary looking dog would help me feel better about her living on her own. It will make her feel more confident and comfortable too, since she has never lived alone before.

It stays in the family. But moving with one of the children, is not what we originally planned.

Sufi

Sophie was not someone we intended to adopt. She came to us incubator, pregnant, and completely afraid of everything. That was 4-5 years ago. I got stuck. But she was never anyone’s dog. Only in the past two years has she become a somewhat model dog. Although most people have never seen her because she stays under a blanket or in her crate almost all the time. (By her choice).

But recently a good friend of the twins expressed interest in getting them since she lost her chihuahua a year or so ago. Sophie will be moving to Virginia next month when Sea Cadet brings this friend to Georgia to pick her up. I’m sure it will be a good place for her. Especially as she gets older. (She is now between 8 and 10 years old.)

Sophie - Chihuahua 3 lbs

Then there were three! (I’m working on someone else who will live on the twin, but that’s a longer game plan because he’s halfway across the country.)

Effects of money

All dogs are up to date on shots, etc. And I’ll probably continue to help put food on the table for Jake since the princess has another year as a broke college student. But I’m slowly making progress cutting back on my expenses. Make better decisions.




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