So, I guess I need to add my NY resolutions out in the blogosphere...
2014 is a year of two beach vacations. We are going to Myrtle Beach with Jeff's family in July and then the beginning of August going to Provincetown for Nicholas and Kara's wedding. I am so excited for both trips.
With two beach trips means two weeks I am going to have to wear a swimsuit.
This said I give you my 2014 Resolutions.
Be able to wear a non-mom/non-triathlete swimsuit. I don't mean I want to wear dental floss, but I would like to wear a nice fairly 'hot' swimsuit this year.
In order to get into said swimsuit, I have a plan.
Jeff and I did the Advocare 24 day challenge in November. We will do (I think) 2 more challenges before the beach.
I also have plans to run 500 miles in 2014. (My original goal was 1000. After reviewing the numbers, I am not sure that is attainable, so I lowered it to 500, but may increase it to 800)
I want to run at least 2 half marathons - possibly more if time and money permit.
I would really, really like to run a sub 2 hour half marathon. I don't care if it is 2:59:59...I just want to see a 2 on the clock. I am hopeful that this is attainable...with weight loss and strength training. Fingers crossed.
So far, my resolutions have all been health conscious. I have a couple more resolutions that I am going to hold in my heart for now.
Friday, December 27, 2013
Getting ready to head to Kentucky.
Our tree after Santa visited.
Lillie isn't s sure what to think! She was still SO tired.
Posted by Michelle at 10:06 AM
Monday, December 23, 2013
After Lillie was born we basically kept the two separated. We were on pins and needles whenever they were close together. We had the dogs barricaded in the kitchen. If anyone came to visit they went to their crates.
Cali was good with Lillie. She would go over and lick Lill, she would sniff her and watch. But we were on edge because what if she snapped...would Lillie move to fast and Cali go off? we just never knew.
Each evening after Lille would go to sleep we would let the pups out and Cali would curl up with me under the blanket for night snuggles. (that was time when I believe Cali would relax )
Last Saturday, Cali bit Jeff. It was unprovoked, he was petting her and she lashed out.
That was the final straw for us. We needed to do something to ensure Lillie's safety.
I called the Vet and spoke with him for quite awhile about what to do. We brought her in to visit him. We came to the conclusion that the smartest thing to do was let her sleep. She had several disorders and we could probably correct one but another would/ could become stronger. He (the Vet) said we could try medications but that it could make the behavior worse.
We made a very tough decision, very tough.
Cali girl~ you were a beautiful pup. You were a good friend and a wonderful neighborhood watch dog. Thank you for all your snuggles. Thank you for protecting us from the leaves, the wind and letting us know when anyone was walking by. You were a loved dog. Please rest now, baby.
Posted by Michelle at 8:34 AM