You bet! Of course we would, and now are! You have some very adorable pictures of your little brood. It's fun to go back and look at the kids when they were just that, kids. I have moments of nostalgia on occasion. How much they change and all too quickly! This summer I have not been on this site as much as I would like. I was (am) retired. Well semi-retired now. The VA Hospital here in Roseburg, Oregon bamboozled me into coming back for what was supposed to be a 12 hour week which my first day turned into a 20 hour week. Told them they could have one more year and that was it, final answer! :) Long story short, last summer instead of doing my 'promised myself' projects around the house, I would brew my coffee, fire up this site and before I knew it, it would be late afternoon and nothing at all done. This summer I have had to force myself to stay away from here to do what should have already be accomplished. My projects are now starting to wind down for the year. My addiction to this site is once again starting to rear it's head. Hope to share many conversations and picture comments with you in the near future! Have a super day and give all those lovelies of yours a big hug from all of us here!
I should really proof my stuff before I click the comment link, it should be they instead of that. I really like your profile picture. Cute family and I'm really liking the way those steps have been finished out, nice!
You will get no argument from me about pugs. My clan consists of Father, Mother, two brothers and one monster little sister along with a brindle rescue I was blessed to accept about three months ago. The Brindle and the youngest brother Lucas are both 40 pounders. Lucas being 14 months old and Mo the brindle at 10 years of age.
Welcome to Pugslife. I know that have some meetups in NY, look on the welcome page at the groups. They seem to be pretty active.
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