His story.... He was in a loving home with 4 other dogs until the man was put in a retirement home and his children were trusted to care for his dogs. They kept the young dogs and sent Cooper to a kill shelter. When the man found out he called the place where we got him to tell them what happened and they agreed to take him and adopt him out. Thank goodness they did! I cannot imagine how someone could be so heartless and cast this sweet dog away!
He enjoyed walking outside on the leash with us. I was able to get a few pictures of my hostas growing nicely on the hillside.
Jerry worked hard on raised flower beds for us this weekend and put a small wire fence around it to keep the dogs away. However nothing planted yet...it's a little late but we will attempt something!
He also enjoys cooking on Sundays and he treated himself to a new smoker for cooking all kinds of meat. He did a pork and chicken and ribs this weekend and it was delicious! We will be doing meats regularly and using them in our salads, and for sandwiches, etc.
This is my final week of school for my Bachelors of Science Degree in Early Childhood Education/Teaching.
I am so excited to be wrapping this up finally! After 14 years of college, all the moves we did, all the sacrifices I have made...it's going to be worth it. In September I am looking to start my Masters degree. :-)
"You are educated. Your certification is your degree. You may think of it as the ticket to the good life. Let me ask you to think of it as your ticket to change the world" --Tom Brokaw