December 31, 2011
Today was my birthday. I turned 26. This year had been full of wonderful things and life changing events. I married my husband in May, and we moved to North Carolina. I took on my very first general manager position, where I learned quite a bit. We also adopted our second dog, June, in September. It had been quite a year, but unfortunately, the life changing events weren't over yet.
Friday, June 28, 2013
Wednesday, June 26, 2013
|Our Wedding Day|
I love my husband. He is my person. My kids adore him. He is a wonderful father to our fur kids, and he will be a wonderful father to our future two-legged children. I see him playing with my nephews or his younger cousins, and it makes my heart happy. He is a good man. My good man. I am so very lucky to have him at my side.
Saturday, June 22, 2013
|The Sea Dog Crew|
I absolutely LOVE my volunteering! Not only does it make a difference and save lives, but I get to hang out with some amazing people in the process. The volunteers at our rescue are top notch. We all care so much and love what we do. It is always a good time when we get together!
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
Our hounds get a little scared in certain situations. Miss June is terrified of fireworks, gunshots, and smoke detectors. Miss Willa, however, only has one thing she is terrified of: thunderstorms.
|June watching a storm roll in.|
Monday, June 17, 2013
This adorable stray found her way to my back step a few days after we moved into our new home. Where I live, hunting with dogs is very popular. Although there are hunters that take good care of their dogs, it is a sad truth that many hunters see their dogs as equipment instead of family. If you walk into any shelter here in North Carolina, you will see a plethora of unwanted hunting dogs. It is so sad to see as hounds make wonderful family pets. I can personally attest to this. My sweet girls, June & Willa, are simply the best!
Sunday, June 9, 2013
Ben, Cooper, June, Willa, Topaz, and I moved into our new rental house on Friday, April 26, 2013. It was quite a busy time for us. We had a lot of packing, lifting, unpacking, and cleaning to do. Not to mention we were still working our full time jobs and taking care of our three dogs and one foster. The Bruner household was a very full one indeed!
Thursday, June 6, 2013
After adopting our sweet Willa, I was quite sad at the fact that we could no longer foster as we had hit the city limit of three dogs. Unfortunately, Ben also had a limit of three dogs. I couldn't blame him for keeping me grounded. Sometimes enough is enough. I still felt, however, that one more wouldn't be any harder than three. Someday....maybe....he would agree.