Posted on | March 25, 2015
My husband is such a hard working guy. He has a full time job as a truck driver hauling heavy equipment. He works 5 to 6 days a week many days more than 10 hours a day. When he is not driving truck he does crop farming and tractor work. Along with all of this he makes sure he catches some of his grandchildren’s sporting events.
Posted on | March 24, 2015
I would LOVE to since today is St. Patrick’s Day Nominate my two Irish Wolfhounds…. “Beringer” the scruffier of the two is my Heart Hound…
He was a show dog and loved by his owner, born into her home and raised to show… when he was 1.5 years of age the decision was made to retire
him from showing and find him a forever home… A mutual friend notified me knowing my last IW had passed away and I was looking for and she
so wonderfully went down to Arizona for a dog show with her hound and brought Beringer back to me in CA…
He is almost 4 now and you could not ask for a better parter in crime…. lol
“Vandal” the younger of the two was posted for sale online from a gal who bought him from a breeder in Oregon…
We drove to Placerville last Saturday and picked him up and brought him home… at 8 months old this poor lad was confined to a crate for 12 hours
a day, underfed and under exercised.. he has been with us a week and has learned all kinds of proper manners and is 90 percent housebroken..
My passion is to rescue and rehome sighthounds and place them into loving forever homes… I sure hope you love these two dressed up to Celebrate
and choose them for KKBN’s Pet of the Week…
Bear and Vandal
Posted on | March 18, 2015
Thinking about a road trip of the Lower 48? Here’s one for you!
Posted on | March 18, 2015
My Daddy is the hardest working man I know. He commutes every single day to French Camp from Sonora to his job as a diesel mechanic. There has never been a time that this man hasn’t worked his fingers to the bone to provide for his family. He currently supports my mom, me and my two kids and has a developmentally challenged son who lives on the property. He provides a home in Stockton where his other son lives. My dad was preparing to be off work from a hernia surgery last Dec but made time to actually rebuild/assemble a car I had bought in less than 30 days so I would have something to drive. He worked in the snow and up until 9:00pm Sunday night and had surgery at 7:00 am Monday morning. There isn’t anything he wont do for his kids and he doesn’t know the word no. I have never seen him turn anyone away that needed anything. He has the biggest heart and is the kindest soul that I have ever met. My dad deserves this award for all of his hard work and dedication and I would b!
e honored if you could present him with this award. He never asks for help or for anything in return, My dad has some health issues that cause him discomfort in his joints and muscles and he never complains in his line of work I know I couldn’t do it. We all love him very much and thinks he is beyond deserving of this award. Thanks for listening.
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