Here is a pic of Laura and Chelsea. Laura is so photogenic, a beautiful smile. She rarely wears make-up and looks wonderful every time. I can't go out without at least concealer! Chelsea is a natural beauty, too.
Chelsea, nine weeks.
She gained a pound this week and is now up to a whopping four pounds!
Saturday, we did the Fourth Street Festival and I found a dragonfly pin. Saturday night, we celebrated Bradley's 21st birthday and Laura, Bradley, Dug and I went to Chili's.
Sunday morning, Laura and I were up early so that we might hit Cracker Barrel (something she can't get on the east coast) for breakfast. Then on to the Indy airport.
After I returned home, John & Kathy showed up for a visit. Dug & I had to give Chelsea her second puppy injection and it was awful. Dug held her and I injected and Chelsea screamed. She did recover quickly, but the during was awful. Kathy and I then visited Fourth Street and I found a pottery dragonfly plate and a bee pin. Then, she accompanied me to buy my new camera (I finally decided upon the Nikon P80). Then home for more merriment. At bedtime, we put Chelsea in her kennel and after awhile, she started to howl. Then, I heard Dug call for me - as if something was wrong. Chelsea had her teeth caught in the wire mesh of the kennel. It scared me to death. After about five minutes, we were able to get her loose. No blood. Just scary. A tough day for puprs!
Yesterday, John & Kathy & Dug & I visited T.C. Steele and did some hiking then ate at the Corn Crib. Then, Dug & I went to Nashville and I got a new duck that looks old for my flower garden.
A lot of running around, a lot of mileage on my Honda, but all in all, a wonderful weekend with loved ones.
After we returned home last night, I charged the battery for the camera and got the day, date programmed. I'm eager to read my owner's manual and start shooting and see what it can do. As always, any/all advice is appreciated.