Whew. What a whirlwind these past few months have been. Mostly positive, but still a true test of strength and dignity.
First off, this space will be my personal online space. I wasn’t very good at the mixing of professional and personal, so all things ME related will stay here, on the Anchored Heart. All things professional will be moving to a new site, tsmarketingservices.com. It’s blank there right now, but feel free to bookmark that site and look for a new facebook page starting up for the business. It is the same business, same services, etc. Just with a new updated space and name so I can keep things a little more separated.
Onto the farm: Things at home are going good.
We are as busy as ever, always taking on new projects or pets, or both. lol Our lives are never simple and easy, but that’s okay.
Danger is growing like a weed, loving 4th grade, and is maturing faster than I care to mention. She is into drawing (and is quite good at it), playing Minecraft and doing typical 9 yr old girl stuff. She has really stepped up taking on responsibilities around the house which is helpful and very much welcomed.Why is that important? Well. Because….Keep reading……
Several weeks ago, we welcomed a new puppy into our home. Meet Archer the Brindle Boxer. He is a small fireball but so squishy and lovey. We love him more and more each day. See told ya our house was never boring. If you want to see more of him, just follow me on IG. Beware its puppy overload. This is Danger’s first real dog of her own. She’s definitely stepped up to the plate like she said she would and has impressed us all with her mature attitude.
J is working from home with his business (Sanoptic IT Consulting) so this was great timing. Such great timing, that we will be adding another puppy to our home in a few weeks. I know. I know. Please don’t say we have enough furs, or we have enough responsibilities. We have the space on our farm, we have the love in our hearts, and we have the time right now with J being home. Archer was / is Danger’s dog. This new dog will be a family dog, more J’s dog, since he has wanted one for forever, and finally after searching and searching, the time was finally right. Meet Rhino. He will come home to us in a few weeks (March 5th).
After losing sevearl of our older dogs this past year, we felt our house was quiet and empty. I don’t know how that could be still with our other dogs and cats, but it did. Luckily, with J’s work circumstances becoming what they are we have found the right opportunity to get back into the puppy game. Our house will be filled with potty training, crate training, puppy snorts, and lots of laugh and love. We wouldn’t have it any other way. The more the merrier.