And They Call it Puppy Love

Ivy Queen Mackenzie Lewis
Life w/Ivy is going well. It’s kind of like having a new born but easier. You can’t just leave a newborn in the crate or backyard unattended when necessary like you can do w/a pup.   I am crate training and feel it’s been successful. There have only been a few accidents in the crate (pee) which isn’t bad for an almost 10 wk old pup. Of course there have also been accidents in the house but she is learning. 













I’m grateful to be able to bring her to work w/me everyday. Everyone likes having her around. She is crated at work too but I let her have some free time on and off the leash.

Look at that belly!

Ivy and Inka still aren’t BFFs but they will be.  Inka really needs to relax. Ivy just wants to taste her tail.  =)

I just realized I slept a full 5 hrs last night (the longest interval w/o Ivy interruption since I got her 2 weeks ago).  I’d like more sleep BUT I like sewing/quilting more and I stay up super late on Friday/Saturday nights to get quality sew time in.

Ivy is growing faster that I thought she would but she is a delightful companion!

A Thread for Life
Never run away with the idea that it does not matter much what we believe or think; it does. What we think and believe, we are; not what we say we think and believe, but what we really do think and believe, we are; there is no divorce at all. To believe, in the sense our Lord used the word, is never an intellectual act but a moral act.” –Oswald Chambers, in The Moral Foundations of Life from The Quotable Oswald Chambers.

4 thoughts on “And They Call it Puppy Love

  1. Zenia, I just had to look at one more post. Ivy is doing great!
    I really like your “Thread for Life” that you add to your posts! Do you come up with them yourself?

  2. Ivy is a delight.😊 About A Thread for Life, it's usually scripture, but occasionally I put lyrics from a song I like or words of wisdom from a daily devotion. Whatever I decide at the time. Thank you again for stopping by and showing 💗.

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