Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Haven't posted in forever!

Hey guys, yes I still know I have a blog. However, I have to be rather selective on what I decide to share. There are some doggy world things going on that I can't discuss. Everything is going well at Beaguile there hasn't been much snow. Lyla is still a pain, Cezanne is still the sweetest cardigan ever, etc. Rosha is growing up nicely and everyday I look at her and am amazed at how she was sold twice but ultimately came back to live with us. We thought we were going to home her but buyers decided she did not have enough white on her head, and other things happened with another buyer. It's funny the way things work because now she is with us to stay. I have a feeling she will grow up to be a beautiful bitch, despite having a dark face. Also to alude slightly to new things for our future, there might be a new little man coming to Ohio. And no not a boyfriend for me, though I'm working on that. ;)

Saturday, September 19, 2009

Ferris B. coming to a Border's near you... I wish.

So I haven't been blogging very much because it's summer. I like to go out and be outside. So hmm what to talk about.... oh OK. So we had another dig fight last night between Cezanne, Brody, and Lyla... of course Lyla is always involved she is such an instigator. It was mostly Cezanne fault though she is tiny bald twit and is dumb. Hasn't she seen Lyla in action before? Lady is nuts. So she was posturing over Lyla... dumb so Lyla went after her. Brody just kind of joined in. Mom called me while I was out with friends telling me to come home. Yeah right, I knew she was exaggerating. I came home to see very little damage done to Cezanne and the other guys were fine. I had fun out last night stayed pretty tame.

I have been working on my writing off and on. Sometime I can't fall asleep because my head is swarming with my ideas and I want to put them on paper so I don't forget them. Other times I'm like damn, I don't feel like it. I have a long way to go but I am off to a good start. It started as a short story I wrote for a fiction writing class I took. Then I realized it could become so much more. I finally got a good beginning and decided where to start the story. I am up to 10,000 words so far. It's been fun and it's sounds pretty good. I'll give you and excerpt of what I wrote before bed last night:

"I felt my heart swell like it was the most sufficient part of my body. I could feel it pumping blood through it's ventricles, but what it was moving through it felt thicker. The faces of the ones I loved flashed through my thought like an effervescent mist When you love someone you give up a part of your heart hoping they will accept it, but this was different this love was one that added to my heart, made it stronger. This love was effortless, and exchange I made willingly instead of it being robbed of me because of the undeniable wrenching of hormones or attraction. This love was the trust of friendship."

Thankfully I will be going to a dog show soon. Might as well get those last points on Rosha. I think we will go to the one in Delaware. Also, I have a friend from college who lives down there who I am dying to see. That's all for now.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Dog's Eyes

So lately we have been having issues with our dogs eye. It seems as though all of them are having lots of eye discharge. We have to wipe them several times a day and have been giving drop and terrimyacin. (sp.) At the Western Reserve show Lyla's eyes looked particularly awful that it looked like she was crying and the eyes balls themselves seemed to be pointing outwards and the a lot of the whites of her eyes could be seen. So after we began cleaning, putting drops, and the goop in they got all better. So she doesn't look nearly as ugly as she did before. She's back to her lovely self.

Thursday, August 13, 2009


Hey guys. So I know that a lot of people were unable to attend the show in Oberlin, OH. because of the travel expenses. I think it's safe to say, you sure did miss out. We had so much fun. The show was nice and there were several nice dogs there. The quality wasn't as high as in past years, that is surely due to people unable to come up with the funds to make it. The judging was... fair. I ended up not doing much of anything, but I don't mid losing to good dogs, so I am OK with that. What matters most is seeing the dogs, the people, and having fun. I thought my Rosha puppy was looking good but she was a little over weight. Lyla was fat too, and Cezanne was too skinny and bald. No wonder I didn't do much. lol I got to catch up with the Geisler's and the Parkers. Susan Parker's b-day was over the weekend and she turned 21, though she remained rather tame because of early mornings in the show ring. We celebrated enough for everyone though. Many of you probably heard of out jello shot drinking, that was a blast and caused the saying of many hysterical and sexual innuendos that are sure to bring the lols. For example: "You have to go around perimeter with your tongue."_ me or "I can't have anymore, I might slip in the shower."_ Emily Geisler even, "This might be a big apple bottom kind of night." _ Carl Geisler. Last year we all drank and danced to that song. We have a new way of giving people nicknames; if you take the first two letters of a person's name you get their nickname. Garrett becomes Gaga, I become Fefe, Mom is Jojo, etc. Carl Geisler became Caca! Ahaha. We had a lot of fun while Garrett came to visit us here at home, we tried to take him to places or interest. He seemed to enjoy the Holden Arboretum which was formed when land was donated by Helen Bole Jones' family. It is the largest arboretum in North America by acreage and collection. He also went swimming in lake Erie. So that all for know, back to job hunting.

Monday, July 27, 2009

Saturday Night

OK so Saturday night was so amazing and one of the best nights of my life. The evening began with dinner with the guys: Drew, Gene, and Josh. Me and my Mom met them for Mexican food, we had a lot of fun. Drank margaritas. The waiter even gave them to go cups to take the rest of the pitcher with them us (he didn't know it was illegal.) So then Mom went home and I drove out to Mayfield with the guys to "The Bone Yard." There was a band playing and we drank and danced a lot. I always seem to with those guys. Linda was always there who is my cousin Drew's... friend? So danced the night away and as Josh said, "The Rednecks took over the Bone Yard." I'm not a redneck but are those kind of country boys who wear boots and plaid and drive pickups. So after that we drove Linda back home and she insisted we go swimming. At 3 am!... sure why not. So we drove to a private beach that happened to have the gates unlocked. We don't know who's beach it was but who cares? We jumped in and were diving off the floating dock. It was great. Then we remember, holy crap Josh has to get to the airport, his plane takes off a 5am. So we are rushing to the Cleveland airport and her gets there at 5:20 the lady at the counter was frantically making calls and checking his bag. So we sent him off and he made it, thankfully. We even watched him go through security at everything while we cheered him on and made jokes. He texted after he got through that he was tankful and that meant a lot to him that we sent him off. So it's about 6am and we are sitting in the parking garage watching the sunrise and see the planes take off it was a blast. I didn't get to bed until 3pm the next day! I will never forget how much fun we has. As Laura Marrocco said, "I'm tired just from reading all you did. Oh, to be in your 20's and have so much energy."

I'm back!

Hey guys and gals. So I haven't wrote anything in a while so I figured I'd sign on and let you know what's up. So I've been really busy looking for a job. Let me tell you, that is not going well at all. Every time I think I'm going to an interview for serious adult employment it ends up being something I am entirely to educated or ambitious to do. IE: selling Kirby vacuums or door to door sales in Cleveland. Let's face it, that just not safe for a young lady to be doing. So that's been really tough. Depressing really, I really want to succeed and do well for myself and make money so I can do what I want and have fun. I keep coming up empty handed though. Boo!

Let's talk about Yankee Lake. So recently I have been hanging out a lot with my cousin Drew and his guy friends. OMG I love them, they are so much fun. We always have a blast together. I actually feel honored to be accepted by them to hang out. I like to feel like I can get along with the opposite sex on a platonic level, I really enjoy that. ANYWAYS... Yankee Lake is this place that used to be a lake and now it's a mud pit. So people go there in their truck to go off roading and get muddy while people watch. There is a lot of cute country men, beer drinking, and dancing to country music. Let's face it not exactly my scene. I am so the kind of girl who feels awkward if I'm not: #1 wearing heels, or #2 perfectly coiffed when in public. But I really am a very outdoorsy girl, I feel in my element when I am nature, it's like a religious thing to me. But I had a blast hanging out with rednecks, drinking beer, standing around in the mud, and dancing to country music. The guys are such good dancers. Especially my friend Josh, he is my favorite dance partner because he leads well and knows classic dance technique not the 8th grade slow dance thing. So me and my Mom and the guys went out there and it was so much fun! I can't wait to go back. I even wore boots... lol! So I have a lot to talk about so I am dividing this into two posts.

Thursday, July 9, 2009


I am so sick and tired of hearing about Michael Jackson. I dug his music certainly but has no respect for the man because of immoral relations with children. I understand he is innocent in the aspect of not molesting them.. but sharing a bed with them is still inappropriate. So I think Bill O'Reilly really sums it up nicely offering some very strong opinions on Michael Jackson's current place in America.
Here are some HIGHlights:

“Yes the man was an all star entertainer, but that’s it.”

“Jackson’s interaction with children were unacceptable for any adult.”

“His incredible selfishness spending hundreds of millions of dollars on himself while singing We Are The World should make any clear thinking American nauseous."

“Why are Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton making this a racial deal. Jackson bleached his own skin and then chose white men to provide existence to his children. To hear Sharpton speak today, you’d think Jackson was Martin Luther King, Jr.”

“Why is he being held up in the African American Community as a pillar of Black America when he bleached his skin.”

“The crowd outside the service was much smaller than predicted. The service itself was well done. But the media coverage was bizarre."

"…and after Michael Jackson was found 'Not Guilty' the American media did not exactly elevate him to hero status. Did it? But now that he’s dead (most likely from an accidental drug overdose). He is a hero. How does that work?"

Also: The city of L.A. is in debt $530 Million. So what do they do.... spend more on a private event to burden the tax payers. According to the mayor's office, the memorial service for the King of Pop cost the city of Los Angeles $1.4 million! Expenses for Tuesday's event included putting extra police on the streets, trash pickup, sanitation and traffic control.
“The city attorney does not want something like this happening again, the city paying (the initial costs) for a private event,” said spokesman for Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich. “That’s especially in a cash-strapped city, where people have been furloughed or even lost jobs.”

Another thing not liking Michael Jackson, or calling him a pedophile does not make a person a racist. Shame on the NAACP for playing the race card. It doesn't matter what his race is, even it he was white, his actions still cause the same opinions.

I am beginning to love Bill O'Reilly for being reasonable and making sense of all of this. Check out this video... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KaqaoGUNjvc&feature=player_embedded
didn't know how to post it. So anyways I'm just sating the facts. I agree with Bill O'Reilly and thinks it was all to much. That's my 2 dollars! =)