Sunday, November 01, 2009

If dreams were thunder and lightning was desire

Guess what's frozen?? No, not my heart. The trails! The mud bogs and puddles are frozen! Oh, happy day.
That's the most exciting thing I have to report. Oh! I got another sponsor. Lee Smith of Wasilla joined our team and it couldn't have come at a better time! We're making plans for ordering a few hundred pounds of meat and signing up for races this season, so yeah, we are very, very appreciative. Thank you!
We've been busy moving things around and getting dog-yard chores done before everything is buried in snow. It's a nice time of year.
Halloween was uneventful. I didn't dress up, though some woman said I looked 'very festive' and I had to explain to her that I wasn't wearing a costume. Sigh.
Everything else is great, especially- despite what some think - my fashion sense.


Alaskan Dave Down Under said...

So cool that folks are lining up behind you to help, good on ya! I was going to donate some kibbles from B.A.R.K. but it's a bit difficult from out of country. Prolly just send you cash instead.

Love the cabin. Nice foyer... I'm assuming that leads to the actual cabin? I joke, of course.

Any pics of your halloween "costume" or should we just assume it has something to do with standard musher attire? *and standard musher scent*

TerryLynnJohnson said...

I LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog. New follower here. Don't want to sound old - but you sound just like me 15 years ago. Way to go you! I had a kennel before I became a Conservation Officer. I seriously miss it and reading your blog helps. Thanks.

AKbushbaby said...

Ahhh, yes. A foyer. I wish I had one. We got the first steps done to adding on to the cabin, so it will be a bit bigger. More room for dogs.
Terry, thank you so much for your kind words and welcome to my world!