These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
Also including information on raw feeding, canine epilepsy, positive training, and lots and lots of Sheltie hair!

Monday, February 16, 2009

We're Home!

The new home, that is. The Shaw guy just left after hooking up my phone and internet. There were a few tense moments when he couldn't get a signal off of the mystery cable coming from the wall in the spare room/office/currently full of boxes room. He muttered something about having to crawl under the trailer and that he was not willing to do that with the snow drifts outside. I had a small panic attack as my brain ran through the potential of not having internet until spring-time! But he is an internet-wizard and got it all figured out. PHEW! Anyways, as priority dictates, I jumped right online as soon as he was out the door.

Yesterday was moving day, complete with attractive young males with strong strapping backs. Fabulous!

Gio and Romeo have settled in well with the help of the almighty Kong.

The unpacking situation is a little scary ... Everywhere I look there are boxes.

I'm slowly making my way through the boxes. Finding new homes for all my crap ... err ... I mean "very important stuff".

Romeo has decided that it is safest if he stays out of the way:

Either in a different room chewing on a toy

Or camping out in Gio's crate.

Gio, on the other hand, has to be right in the middle of the activity. Nothing exciting is going to happen without him knowing about it!

And, when nothing exciting is happening at the moment, he parks himself right in the doorway of the room I happen to be in to ensure that he is alerted to impending fun.

Once all my stuff is assembled in a somewhat presentable fashion, I will post update pictures of my new place!


Josh and Jess said...

Yay, you've made it! You're in your new home, congratulations!!! Hope you will be getting used to all the new smells and sights real soon.

Diana said...

Wow, you have done very well putting away the boxes. You can already walk in to the kitchen. Diana

Ricky the Sheltie said...

Congratulations! You're in your new home!!!! Good luck with the unpacking and we'll look forward to seeing the photos of your new place!


Absolutely pawsome. There is nothing quite like your own home. All that home needs is some sheltie hair, but I am sure you are doing quite nicely adding some to the decorum.

Essex & Deacon

Cool Design Shelties said...

Welcome home :o)


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