Monday, January 5, 2009

Hi, I'm B.G.

Hi, my name is B.G. and I’m 2 ½ years old. I know my mama, O.C., mentioned me in one of her first blogs. She decided to let me do a blog today because she is trying to share, and Dotty already sneaked a turn. You’ve seen pictures of my mama, so I’ll tell you a little about my daddy.

He is a Chihuahua/Doxie mix that lives a couple of houses down from Mimi’s house. He comes by, every once in a while, when we go for a visit. Mimi’s two dogs are his daughter’s too. Mom says he needs to take a trip to the vet for an “attitude adjustment…” Dotty got his size and looks, and mama’s coat, while I got his coat and mama’s size. Dott’s Master says I have a Doxie nose with the bump on it, but Mom says I have an aristocratic nose.

I have been learning from Auntie Sadie and Mama, and know all sorts of tricks AND several ways to help Mom and Dad. I pick up things she drops and put them into her hand, help her with getting wood for the fire, and wash her face when she comes home after being gone for awhile.

I wake Dad up as soon as the alarm goes off , and sometimes a little before, by positioning myself right on his chest and staring down into his face until he opens his eyes and THEN I wash HIS face for him while I give him CPR by dancing in place to get him going.

I’m proud to say that I must be living up to my Grandpa’s name (Butter Butt) because they are starting to call me “Chunky Butt” lately!

Mom says to tell those who are praying for her DIL, that they were able to remove the ventilator tube today, though she is still on oxygen. She still has some major health problems, but is doing much better than was expected, so thank you all so much for your prayers and Praise God for His answers.


a corgi said...

so glad mom's DIL is doing better! thank you Lord!! nice to meet you B.G.!

I hope you all have a good day


Mango said...

I like the way you look. Your legs are nice and long and the fur on your back is so pretty.


Niamh said...

Hi BG! That is so good that you know how to wash your people's faces. What would they do without you.

Your friend,

Corgidogmama~ said...

Oh,I do love corgi photos. Corgis are just so 'em!
My niece was on a vent for a month, and now is home. Prayer truly works. We had her on so many prayer chains in 5 states! Such a blessing that she survived. God bless your DIL!

ocmist said...

Thanks so much for your encouraging words... I KNOW prayer works, but sometimes our wants are not His ways, so I just keep praying that HIS will be done and his Love be shown throughout this, for His will is best for all of us anyway...

I've seen many miracles happens, and heard of more and more recently... so we shall see... OC's Mom