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Just realized that I haven't written a blog for quite some time. Actually I've been very busy taking care of Indy because he was very, very sick. Two weeks ago he was so lethargic that I thought I was loosing him. The little stinker had eaten some peanuts shell and all that the neighborhood squirrels left after robbing my birdfeeders. It had been raining, so Indy also had a helping of worms. Who knows what else he had eaten off the ground outside?!! Needless to say, Indy got very ill. By the end of the week, he had stopped eating and drinking. I was giving him water with a medicine syringe. The whole week I kept praying and asking God not to give me this wonderful bundle of joy and then take him away so soon.

Well, my friends, be careful what you ask for! Last week Indy has improved by leaps and bounds!! We was leaping and bounding all over the house. Playtime was makeup time for the week he was so sick. Indy would find one of his toys and run through the house with it like a little tasmanian devil. Sunday afternoon he had some of  that energy knocked out of him. Chris, the trainer, came and Indy ran for cover!

This week Indy is at school....the whole week. My house echos of quiet. No barking when someone rings the doorbell. No puppy jumping up on me when he wants to go outside. No puppy in my chair. No Indy in my face first thing in the morning.

Dear Heavenly Father, is it Friday evening yet? I miss my Indy sooo very much! How did I get attached to that little 4 legged fur ball so quickly? Thank you for bringing into my life and giving me so much joy. Singing praises to You. Amen.

While Indy was sick I managed to make his quilt. As I finished each block, he would lift his head to give it a lick and attempt to wag his tail. I think that was his seal of approval. He had to take his blankey to school with him.

Is it Friday yet? Indy I miss you!!!!!!

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Comment by Irene Gallway on April 24, 2012 at 6:19pm

Linda, I'm sorry Indy was so sick.  I'm glad he is back to normal and bringing joy back into your life. These little guys win us over in no time at all, so it's hard when something happens to them.  I'm sure he will be as glad to see you on Friday as you will be to see him. 

Comment by June Johnson/Wi on April 24, 2012 at 8:28am

Linda,  I love Indy and I've not even met her.  She is such a sweetie.  Our dog is very large, as in obese; my DH feeds him too much of all the wrong things.  I get a lecture each time I take him to the vet.  His name is Harley D.  My DH found him on the onramp to the local 4 lane when he was just a pup; he's now about 10 years old.  He is very docile and a wimp so his size is very deceiving (105#).  We love him.

Comment by Linda Koller on April 24, 2012 at 5:15am

Marla, my Indy is pure Havanese. I'm sorry for your loss. I lost my Shadow (Keeshond) 15  years ago and I still miss her like it was yesterday. Indy is the first puppy I've been able to allow into my life since Shadow. I've always borrowed my friend's dogs when I got lonely. One of them was a Havanese. I finally put my name on the Havanese rescue site. It's taken 2 years to find the right one for me. The minute I saw Indy's photo I knew he was for me.  Have you gotten another puppy?  Hugs to you. Linda

Comment by Marla Southers on April 24, 2012 at 4:51am

Linda, your sweetie baby looks exactly like my little dog Molly who passed away over 2 years ago and still miss so very much. Is Indy part Malteese? My dog was part Malteese and part poodle. Friday will be here soon!

 

 

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