Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Convo between Mr. & Mrs. McGoo

My Hubby: "Am I the funniest guy you know?"

Me: "I think so."

My Hubby: "You think so?"

Me: "Yeah, well as far as I know you are. ha ha"

My Hubby: "Is that one of the reasons why you love me?"

Me: "Yes."

My Hubby: "What number is it?"

Me: "Huh?"

My Hubby: "Where does that line up in the reasons that you love me?"

Me: "#5"

My Hubby: "#5? What are the ones before that?"

Me: "1. Because the way you love me.
2. You're compassion/giving/etc
3. You love the Lord
4. You're handsome
5. You're the funniest guy I know"

My Hubby: "Me loving the Lord is #3???"

Me: "Okay, it probably is higher than that."

My Hubby: "Is that all you have 5 reasons?"

Me: "uhhh... yes."

My Hubby: "That's it?"

Me: "You're such a woman."

My Hubby: "ha ha ha. Sorry, I just had to do that. See, #6 should be that I give you more blog material than you know what to do with."

ahhhh, Kellyisms. :)

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

Seriously, PRODUCTIVE does not even begin to scratch the surface of what we did this past weekend. The McGugan Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was exactly that - an EXTREME HOME MAKEOVER.

Over the Memorial Day "long" weekend, we did some major home changes. My amazing family came together and put in at least 30-40 hours worth of work EACH during the three day period. Craziness!!! My middle sis (Robin) and her hubby (Brent) traveled all the way from Nashville to be a part of the action, and Mom, Dad, and youngest sis (Kelsey) were ready and willing to get the job done. The hubby and I were and continue to be overwhelmed by my family's generosity in their time and labor. Even some of our buddies came by to help Saturday with the demolition of the shed... Thanks Riser!!! Thanks Keith! A job well done by everyone!

So, you might be asking yourself,
30-40 hours? What the heck did ya'll do?
Let me give you a tally, just to give you a small glimpse of the productivity this weekend:
  • Demo'd the backyard shed
  • Moved every single demo'd piece of material onto the curb
  • Dug up all the concrete, brick, and shingles that were under the shed
  • After priming the backroom, we painted it twice
  • Framed out the new window in the backroom
  • Painted the backroom trim
  • Painted two coats onto the master bedroom door and office doors
  • Stripped the kitchen cabinets, doors, and drawers with CitriStrip liquid - two times each piece
  • Sanded down (all the way through many layers, down to the plain wood) kitchen cabinets
  • Sanded down (down to the plain wood) kitchen doors and drawers
  • Primed the kitchen cabinets, doors, and drawers
  • Painted two coats of paint onto the kitchen cabinets, doors, and drawers - although we desired and had planned to stain the cabinets it turned out that different woods were used during the creation of each piece, as well as random bits of wood filler throughout the kitchen made us have to go with the painting process instead of stain
  • Primed the walls above the railing in the kitchen
  • Painted two coats of paint in the kitchen, above and below the center trim railing
  • Put new hardware of the kitchen cabinet doors and drawers
  • Cleaned and scrapped down existing hinges for the kitchen cabinet doors to reuse them
  • Primed, and painted two coats worth on the doors separating the kitchen and living room
  • Painted two coats in the area/hallway between the kitchen and bathroom
  • Replaced the door handles on both slat doors between the backroom & kitchen and the living room & kitchen to match the room they open into
  • Put new liner down into the cabinets and drawers
As you can see, we WORKED this past weekend. Below are "Before & After" photos of the kitchen. Before = white cabinets and green walls. After = brown cabinets and "pebble path" walls.

That's the same table before & after, the after just happens to be without the leaf folded out. I love that table, it was a grand buy after our wedding!

I'm thinking all the changes were worth all the work. Now all we have to do is save up for the new floors. ;) Always something, right? Thanks for all the help guys! My family rocks!!!


Jeff on vacation.

Once upon a time, I wondered why he was still single.
Now I know why...
Those tan lines are horrible. ha ha ha

In all seriousness though, that takes guts, I'll give him props on that. I'm sure wearing this on the beach is a piece of cake considering he wore it to a Halloween party (crowded party downtown) the year Borat came out on video. He must like that attention. ha ha.

Oh, our friends, they always give you something to talk about. Love you, Jeff!

Friday, May 22, 2009

McGugan Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

The below is the email my hubby sent out this week and fully explains what we're expecting to do all weekend long. I'm pumped and many "before and after" photos will be ready for display Monday night! Very exciting!!!

You Are Invited
McGugan Style -
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition

When: May 23 - 25th (Saturday, Sunday, Monday)
Where: McGugan's Casa
What: Drinks, Food, Fellowship, and Home Projects Galore
Why? To help the McGoo's actually finish 1,2,3, or 10 of the random projects they have started around the house in the last year or so.
Why else? Because you love us....that's why!
Food? Of course food will be served. Maybe even some drinks and music too

That's right ladies and gents. If you're looking for something RANDOM to do during your Memorial Day weekend, here is your answer! ....

We're taking the weekend to do some home repairs and to demo some things that need to be demoed. We do have some folks that are going to come over for a bit to help out but I thought I'd send something like this out to see if anyone else wanted to chip in for a day or two... or three. Currently, we're demolishing the backyard shed, repainting the backroom, and sanding down out cabinets and doors. We'd love to have help if anyone wants to help out. Please let us know if you could/would so we know how many peep we need to feed.

You'd make my wife a happy camper.

P.S. I'll give the prego's a free pass just this time...

Kelly "Ty" McGugan

Thursday, May 21, 2009

American Idol Finale

Your 2009 American Idol

In my opinion, last night was by far the best American Idol finale EVER! Man that was eventful and fully entertaining! From the exquisite list of performers that played with the top 13 AI contestants, to the awards ceremonies for best male, best female, and best attitude, to the final result... WOW, what a show!

Everywhere I go this morning, folks are talking about American Idol. It started with the TODAY show this am, then moved to the statuses all over Facebook, to the morning radio station I listen to on the way to the office, and then as soon as I walked into work - American Idol was on the lips of all my coworkers. This show made an impact on everyone it seems. Over 100 million votes cast to determine this year's AI winner, and I was not disappointed with the outcome. Wow! Seriously, I think regardless if Adam or Kris had won, I would have still been very impressed with this years finale, and still fully entertained. Congrats Kris.

The performances were fabulous. Danny Gokey with Lionel Richie - SWEET! Queen - Adam could totally be their "new" lead singer! Adam with KISS - could it fit any better?! Carlos Santana with the whole Top 13 crowd - I like! Steve Martin debuting a song he wrote while jamming on the banjo with Michael and Megan - surprising I enjoyed that. Lil with Queen Latifah... Black Eyed Peas, Fergie, the list goes on and on. Talk about an intense lineup. The live crowd was definitely entertained and I'm glad I got to see it!

Even with all these amazing appearances, the highlight of the entire night, though, had to be the entire interaction of the "binki girl". Hilarious... from the moment Ryan announced her to the point that Kara sheepishly ran off stage to once again get fully dressed, I was cracking up. Obviously the chick got some boob enhancements over the last few months, no once could deny that, and I loved how Ryan did not stray from comically making a point that he noticed too! And the look on that girls face when Kara came from behind and OUT SANG her! Wow Kara has a voice! You could see the binki girls face fuming from the surprise of Kara stealing the stage, as she attempted to sing over her again and AI finally cut her mic. ha ha! Loved it!

Ps. I was sort of in heaven last night when Kris Allen played with Keith Urban. Hubba Hubba! I love me some Keith Urban, ask my hubby. And I swear I had that little 12 year old girlie smile on my face the moment they announced that Kris Allen and Keith Urban were playing together. Very nice. ;)

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

$3 Date Night

So the hubby and I have now been able to take advantage of some "cheap" but fully eventful date nights as of late. These are the greatest! Lots of fun and minimal to no cost!

The first occurred a couple week ago when we went out for $12.00 total. We went downtown, had dinner (both of ate, and did NOT split a meal), and went to see Fiddler on the Roof at the Orpheum. Yup. $9 for dinner - thanks to a great buy one get one free coupon for South Philly + $3 for downtown parking. Orpheum tickets were a gift from a coworker that has season tickets and could not attend. NICE!

And again last night - Monday night - we had a $3.00 date night. Oh yeah! Another night downtown, Redbirds baseball game, dinner, drinks, and parking, all for a grand total of $3.00. Nice!

How? You might ask... well, along with a couple other coworkers Monday night, we were blessed to gain a couple tickets from work to socialize and be able to enjoy the Fed Ex Suite for the game. All thanks to my companies FedEx rep. It was fabulous.

Free food - hamburgers, 7 layer bean dip, hot dogs, ice cream sundaes, cookies, brownies, etc. Free drinks - all sorts of sodas, wine, and beer. Free Redbirds tickets - vs. the Reno Aces.

Now that's my kind of date night! We had a really good time.

Below is a good shot I caught (I took a few, he he) of our friends, Laura & Jay. They enjoyed the same "fits well in the budget" date night. We really enjoyed hanging with them!

Thursday, May 14, 2009

Bird Tempts Fate...

... and DIES!!!

My heart continues to beat from the adrenaline that was pumping due to what was seen not an hour ago. I came home after a superb coffee date with Observations of the Ordinary chick and let the boys out after a long period alone. I grabbed my Canon, intent on catching some more random shots with the longer lens as the sun was getting to the half setting stage, and walked out the backdoor with the pups. I hear a bird squawking with loud annoyance, and set myself down on the deck ready to attempt some action shots with the dogs. And then it happened...

Like dive bombs, two or three birds began to dive down onto the dogs, one squawking annoyingly and loud along the way. And before I could even catch up with the action, Dexter took ONE JUMP and caught one of the birds STRAIGHT IN HIS MOUTH. Ahhhhhh!!!!!!

I jump up from my seat, camera in hand, screaming at Dex (for those that have not heard me scream, this means my pitch increases even more than volume), DROP IT! DROP IT! DROP IT! DEXTER DROP IT! I finally make it to him in what seems like many seconds, but were probably only a few. I grab his mane (you know, where their mom's grab them) as tight as I can. One hand on Dex, one hand on the camera. Dexter locks his jaws! All I can see is half of the birds head, and the butt of the bird. The rest is in Dex's mouth. He looks up at me like, "What are you screaming for????? Crazy woman?!"

All I can think of is the bird flu, or all the nastiness that birds contain, and think, I'VE GOT TO GET THIS OUT OF MY DOG'S MOUTH, and I AM NOT TOUCHING IT! I continued to scream at Dexter, DROP IT, DROP IT, DROP IT. And FINALLY, he loosens his jaws and allows the bird to drop to the ground, motionless as it hits the grass. Relieved, I relax for negative two seconds and Dex bends down to scoop his trophey back up... NOOOOOOO!!!!!!! I grab his collar and drag him back to the backdoor, throwing him and the wide eyed, what is going on, Kodi, back into the house. Whoo!

I then do what any girl does when her hubby is out of town... I call him and say WHAT DO I DO?! ha ha. My heart was beating sooo fast and I had to be reassured that my furbaby was going to be okay. Kelly reassured me that he was fine, instructed me to either put on my "big girl panties" and throw the dead bird over the fence to the none existence neighbor's yeard, or to act girlie and go to the guy neighbors and ask for help. I took a deep breath, got of the phone, and went to do my big girl activitie.

Rake in hand, I walked into the back yard. The other birds continued to squawk. A bit nervous that they may dive bomb me, I quickly grabbed the bird with the rake and threw him over the fence. Thankful that it was all over and no more dead birds existed in the backyerd, I let the pups back out to play - camera back in hand. Below is the dead bird pic I took before throwing him over the fence.
Second part of the story.... dogs outside again, Dex and Kodi run over to the spot where the dead bird once existed, smelling all around.

And then the squaking begins again... over and over, louder and louder the bird squawks up in the tree near our shed. Dex runs over to confront him... and then they dive again. Dex jumps, misses by less than a foot! NO NO NO! Bird dives again, Dexter jumps! Miss again!!! Ah!!!

Unwilling to have another dead bird to deal with, I decided it was time to go in. Whoooo.... adrenaline rush, I swear. My hubby is disappointed that I did not stay to catch such action in freeze frame motion, or to video tape it. I on the other hand, without my man to pick up the dead birds repetitively, chose to come back inside. Wow.

Below is the second bird that was attempting to tempt his own fate also...

Pup Updates: Photos

For Christmas my hubby got an updated, longer lens for our Canon camera. We haven't played with it too much, mostly because we haven't stopped long enough to do so. While my hubby is out of town, I decided to piddle with the lens a bit this evening. It's zooms MUCH further than our other lens and my desire is to find some good "action" shots with my pups playing together. Too often, I'm too far away from them as I'm trying to get some good shots.

Needless to say, I know hardly anything technical about this lens, or the camera really. I can only imagine the beautiful nature of the pictures this camera could take if I actually knew the functionality of it. Already just by point and shoot, I get some "good" shots. Can't wait to see what happens when me and the hubby really study and learn about it.

So here are my favorite photos I got this evening. I was standing quite far away from them on all these shots, and trying out the zoom feature. Our pups are getting so big, especially that Dexter Doo, currently a little over a year old. After I did the photo shoot, with the help of my littlest sis, we washed those fur babies, so they are smelling mighty nice tonight. Enjoy.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

AI Elimination Bracket Standings - 10

Top 3 becomes Final 2 TONIGHT!

After an intense battle Tuesday night, Adam, Kris, and Danny had to sit through the excruciating, drawn out dramatics of Ryan Seacrest to find out who would stay and who would go tonight. I first want to give MY take on the songs and performances that unfolded Tuesday night. I LOVED Kris Allen's performances. Both of them! I definitely enjoyed "Apologize" even though it was a similar version of the original, but I LOVED his second performance of "Heartless". Wow. I'd buy a cd from this guy. In addition, I really enjoyed the beautiful rendition of "You are So Beautiful" by Danny Gokey. That raspy voice and those beautiful words put into a great format - ewww la la! It was fabulous! I always enjoy watching Danny perform, but I can admit that his "Dance Little Sister" performance wasn't to die for. I still smiled throughout it, though. :) I would buy a Danny Gokey cd.

And there is Adam Lambert. Okay, seriously, I completely believe this guy has a talent and is capable of much,... he'll make albums and have people that buy them. HOWEVER... I can't handle the screeching and the tongue sticking out while he screeches. Seriously. Way over done, and I often tune out halfway through his performances. Too theatrical and over the top and screechy for me. I would NOT purchase a Adam Lambert cd.

Now that is off my chest, let me get back to what America decided. P.S. I voted once for Kris last night, and once for Danny.

After all the votes: Unfortunately,
Danny Gokey leaves the competition!


So with these new results, that sums our competition up. There are NO MORE POINTS AVAILABLE TO ANYONE. No one has Adam labeled the winner OR Kris! Therefore the standings below are the FINAL standings.

Updated Standings:
  • Ashley C - 110 pts
  • Mr. McGoo - 106 pts
  • Kelly L - 105 pts
  • Steve R - 104 pts
  • Nicole T - 97 pts
  • Candace B -95 pts
  • Laura R - 91 pts
  • Erin Marie - 73 pts
  • Katy B - 73 pts

It looks like a Louisville girl beat a Kentucky boy this go around. When I told Mr. McGoo the news he said, "Guess I'll catch some Cardinals while in KY and fry some up for our winner's provided meal". I don't think he's ever made that before, so that will be a first and should be rather interesting.

Thanks everyone for playing! I'm looking forward to the finale.

New Song to Share: by Josh Bronleewe

My hubby went to our friend's church, Green Hills in Nashville, TN this past weekend while he was traveling through the city to make his way to Lexington to visit family. Yesterday evening while we chatted on gchat, Kelly mentioned that I needed to hear this song that Josh, the worship leader at Green Hills Church sang on Sunday.

Today, the co-pastor of Green Hills, Mike posted a link to Josh Bronleewe's song on his blog. The song is titled "Wake Up" and it's beautiful.

Take the time. Go listen to it. You won't be disappointed.

Josh's myspace link is below - click it and Wake Up is the first song in his playlist.

Tuesday, May 12, 2009


At church on Sunday, we sang a song that we've sung many times before: "Majesty (Here I Am)".

As we sang the words this particular morning, our worship leader stopped us after a few times through and helped us reflect on and take in the actual meaning of the words we sang. Something hit me in that moment and I've come to reflect on this song a bit more as the days have gone on.

First, let me share the lyrics with you. Below:
Majesty (Here I Am)

Here I am humbled by your Majesty
Covered by your grace so free
Here I am, knowing I'm a sinful man
Covered by the blood of the Lamb

Now I've found the greatest love of all is mine
Since you laid down your life
The greatest sacrifice

Majesty, Majesty
Your grace has found me just as I am
Empty handed, but alive in your hands
Majesty, Majesty
Forever I am changed by your love
In the presence of your Majesty

Here I am humbled by the love that you give
Forgiven so that I can forgive
Here I stand, knowing that I'm your desire
Sanctified by glory and fire

Now I've found the greatest love of all is mine
Since you laid down your life
The greatest sacrifice

Written by Stu Garrard/Martin Smith ©2003 Curious? Music UK
The lines that really get me are: "Your grace has found me just as I am; Empty handed, but alive in your hands".

I've churned these words over and over in my head the last few days and am continually amazed. Yup, I brought nothing to the table and the Lord still paid it all for me! It's only by HIS grace, and nothing that I've done that I'm saved. Wow!

How opposite is that compared to the world we live in? I think that is why we have tendencies to turn towards religion rather than to a relationship with our Lord. Because the world asks "what have you done for me lately?". What are YOUR successes, how have YOU produced a result, what have YOU done? It's all about me in this world and especially in American culture. It's all about what I can accomplish and do. Therefore our minds are set towards legalism and religion due to our culture. We are hindered in our relationship with the Lord with the tendency to try and earn grace, rather than to just accept it. We try to do X amount of Bible studies, or devote X amount of time to others to find that exact formula that will be enough for us to earn grace, even if we do not admit that to be our underlying motive. If we're just good enough, we subconsciously think, not being able to fully grasp the GIFT that is grace!

But that's not it at all, and yet it's the most humbling thing to attempt to wrap my mind around - it's NOT ABOUT ME AND WHAT I DO! I can't do it, regardless of how hard I try, or how much I do, or how good I am. I'm sinful, selfish, dirty, and unclean without the blood of Christ. And there in that spot, like a ragamuffin (as the author, Brennan Manning describes), Jesus finds me and makes me alive in His hand! Awesome.

I found a version of this song on youtube that is played along with some INTENSE scenes from The Passion of the Christ. Be aware of graphic images, but man these images truly helped hit home my thoughts on this song. All because of Him!

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Mother's Day

I remember my mother's prayers and they have always followed me.They have clung to me all my life.
- Abraham Lincoln

Today is Mother's Day and I have been pondering a bit about who my mom is, and what she means to me. I can tell you from the start that I'm super blessed to have Cindy Wilson as my momma! She's a keeper. That's for sure!

As I thought over the blessing that is my mom, I began to think over some of my favorite characteristics about her, and then started looking through some of the fun photos of mom that have been posted on Facebook. So below, I have put those photos together to label some of those favorite characteristics.

Love you, Mom. Thank you for being you! I can only hope to be 1/3rd of the mother that you are one day! Happy Mother's Day!

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Book Corner - Twilight by Stephenie Meyer

Being in the mood for some mindless reading and hearing all the good buzz about the series, I've joined the following and am reading TWILIGHT by Stephanie Meyer.

I'm borrowing the book from my youngest sis/mom. Mom bought the book for Kelsey, I think. Kelsey read it with a quickness and loved it. Mom read it after that, and has since finished the other three books in the series also. Mom really enjoyed them, so she passed the book over to me. I've heard about this series from everyone. From my cousin on Kelly's side of the family in Canada, to my immediate family, to friends all over, whenever you bring up the book someone else says, "Oh, I loved those".

My inquire about it sort of started because of the above mentioned McGugan Canadian cousin. Megan got the books for her birthday some months ago, and my hubby asked her about it. This inquiry led to Kelly and I renting the movie, Twilight. I enjoyed it and thus followed up about the books with those that mentioned them.

So far, I'm glad that I've picked the book up. I'm really enjoying the 196 pages I've read so far, only 302 more to go. I'm intrigued by the dynamics Meyer has created within the relationship of Edward, the vampire, and Bella. Plus I find it very easy to read.

"About three things I was absolutely positive.
First, Edward was a vampire.
Second, there was a part of him - and I didn't know how dominant that part might be - that thristed for my blood.
And third, I was unconditionally, and irrevocably in love with him."

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

PG-13 Kellyism - A Widget

Around the tail end of April, I posted information about a fundraiser for TSC and ways to pray for and support our friends who have a son diagnosed with TSC. The evening that I wrote my post about all of that, I told my hubby about it. When he inquired as to how I gave folks information about donating and how they could donate, I told him that I added a widget to my blog so people could donate.

"A widget," he said. "What's that?"

I responded to him, saying that
"A widget is an active button. If you push it, it does something. Like in this instance a widget on my blog takes you to the fundraising page."
I was pretty pleased with my on the fly 'technical' definition and flashed him a quick smile.

Kelly looked at me, smiled back, and responded,
"Oh, a widget, LIKE THIS...."
and he proceeded to grab my nipple.

I of course did something once he "pushed it" and therefore he has now been referring to my tatas as a widget ever sense.

Oh boy.
By the way, the true definition of widget according to Wikipedia is: "in computing, the term has become frequently used to refer to objects on a computer screen the user interacts with".

AI Elimination Bracket Standings - 9

This week we started with this (on the left: Adam, Kris, Danny, and Allison), and America voted it down to the TOP 3 after Tuesday's Rock'n'Roll performances.

Tonight the last girl is no longer standing, Allison Iraheta says goodbye to American Idol. Ladies and Gentlemen, we are down to the TOP 3 and they are all males!

With Allison gone, the standings have stayed the exact same, but some points have gotten closer and some farther away. Everyone got at least one of the Top 3 correct. Laura and Kelly L, however got two out of the TOP 3 correct. Congrats on that ladies.

Updated Standings:
  • Ashley C - 105 pts
  • Steve R - 104 pts
  • Mr. McGoo - 101 pts
  • Nicole T - 97 pts
  • Kelly L - 100 pts
  • Candace B -95 pts
  • Laura R - 91 pts
  • Erin Marie - 73 pts
  • Katy B - 73 pts

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

May - Holidays, Birthdays, Anniversaries...

So May is a PACKED month for the McGoo's involving Holidays, Birthdays, and Anniversaries. I'll list what my day planner looks like according to those items and will star the ones that are not immediate family involvement, just to give an idea about what I mean by "packed".
  • My Mom's Birthday - May 3
  • Joe's Birthday (Kelly's brother) - May 3
  • *Meredith's Birthday - May 5
  • My Parent's Anniversary - May 5
  • Al's Birthday (Kelly's Step-Dad) - May 7
  • Laurie's Birthday (Kelly's Mom) - May 9
  • Jessica's Birthday (Kelly's Sister) - May 10
  • Mother's Day (our mom's and grandmom's) - May 10
  • *Janna & Scott Maxwell's Anniversary - May 13
  • *Mike & Tabitha Harder's Anniversary - May 17
  • Memorial Day - May 25
We buy lots of cards in May. Oh, and just for kicks and giggles, we'll throw in the items that are not every year but fall into May presently.
  • + 2 Baby Showers
  • + 1 Going Away Party
  • + 1 Annual Company Picnic
This weekend we celebrated my Mom's birthday. On Sunday some of the fam got together for dinner at the Kooky Canuck where we ate and ate and ate for Mom's birthday dinner. We had a good.

Below are a few shots from dinner. The first one is of Mom & Dad. Dad is doing his best impressions of Mom's typical tilt the head pose. I think he pulled it off quite well. ha

Mom is working on getting Fiesta Ware as her new dish collection. She's super excited about them all - 12 new place settings heading her way between her birthday, anniversary, and Mother's Day. Happy Birthday Mom!!! Love you!

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Just found...

I just found this photo on my rents camera. LOVE IT! This was taken back in December 08. I miss these kiddos. They are my favorite KC cousin's children... two out of the three. I love how Clayton calls my man, Telly. Hope we get to visit again before they grow up too quickly! Had to share.

Friday, May 1, 2009

Fur Babies - Bro & Sis

A couple weeks ago we braved a weekend full of three dogs. Three full grown dogs, large dogs. They consisted of our ever faithful and well behaved, 8 year old Kodi Bear, our 1 year old Husky pup, Dexter, and our sister's dog (who happens to be Dexter's twin sis), also a 1 year old Husky pup, named Maeby.

It was an eventful weekend full of ever excited and talkative pups. We had our hands full while Brent and Robin enjoyed a good weekend out of town, knowing their little girl fur-baby was being well taken care of.

Along the way I took some good shots of these beautiful pups. I'm leaving Kodi out on this shoot, so I'll have to make that up at a later date. For now, here are some photos of the bro and sis husky pups: Dexter and Maeby!

I think we both (Robin & Brent and My Hubby & I) have beautiful pups!