Showing posts from January, 2018

Is it Spring Yet?

So, today's FiveSibes Monday Meme hits pretty close to home, and it should really say "Not feeling good AGAIN ?" What a winter this has been here! It's been 10 days since I've been here in Blogville! First, as you know from a previous post, I was sick through all the holidays with bronchitis, and then I just started to feel better and Wham! I was slammed with a nasty stomach flu. Ugh! And no sooner was I feeling better, then I had a relapse. Double Ugh! This photo is pretty much the scene here for over a month! Having a compromised immune system due to my RA and Fibromyalgia, I can get sick more easily and it takes me longer to fight it off. I am so thankful that Harley, Wolf, Bandit, and Chloe sure are great company and they have stayed right by me through it all. Today, I headed out for the first time since getting over the stomach bug, and let me tell you...I craved socialization so much that it was fun to go to my chiropractor just so I could talk with hum

Birthday Trifecta! Our Pupsters Turn 10!

Woo! It is a special day here; a trifecta of birthdays!!! Our #FiveSibes “Pupsters” Chloe, Wolfgang, and Bandit turn 10!!! It seems like only yesterday we brought them home at 2 months old to join our 3-year-old Harley and 2-year-old Gibson...and our FiveSibes Family was born! I can’t believe it was a decade ago!  There is something so special about raising three littermates; watching them grow up together and knowing they will never be separated. They have such a close bond! To this day, they do everything in tandum, including "potty off the deck!" This Flashback Friday photo is from when they had their first bath and would snuggle up to each other to nap! Raising three Husky puppies at the same time, along with two young Huskies, has been such a joy! Sometimes a bit chaotic, but so much fun! And, oh, the love and Husky kisses: priceless!  Here are some more pics from today's Birthday celebration! "Happy Birthday to you..." Mama

It's Merry Meme Monday, And We Want to Feature Your Husky Pics!

We've been doing fun Merry Meme Mondays here on and off for several years and there have been so many wonderful photos and creative captions! If you'd like your Husky, Northern Breed Dog, or Any Breed/Mixed Breed Dog that is *Posed with a Husky*, join us for some fun! We post your photo on our FiveSibes: Siberian Husky K9 News & Reviews Facebook page for folks to comment with their entries for a caption, they are voted on by number of "likes," and the winning caption and writer's name, as well as photographer's name are credited on a a Merry Meme poster I create and share for all to enjoy! It's been such a fun time, we are continuing it for 2018! What Kind of Photo Do I Submit? Any clear photo that obviously tells some kind of story, shows something funny, silly, or perfect for a creative caption! Do I Have to be the Photographer? Preferably, yes. If you had someone else take the photo, we would need their written permission also to create,

Party North of the Rainbow Bridge, Gib!

Happy Birthday to my beautiful furangel, Gibson. Today, he would be 12 years old! My, how time keeps marching on.  Have a wonderful party North of the Rainbow Bridge, Gibbie. I know you have Hu-Nanny and so many furfriends there. Enjoy some fun snow zoomies, and as I see the snow falling here, know I will be thinking of you on your special day.  Love you, G-man. For always. “We may not be together in the way we used to be. We are still connected  by a cord no eye can see. So whenever you need to find me, we’re never far apart. If you look beyond the Rainbow and listen with your heart.” ~Unknown Author Oh, I so miss those precious Gibbie kisses! Gibson's 9th Birthday in 2014, his last with us. "Today's special moments are  tomorrow's memories." ~Genie, The Return of Jafar Return to Home Page


Happy New Year!  So you have been wondering where we've been...since my last post was way before Christmas on December 18! I feel like I missed the whole holiday season (oh, wait, I did!) due to a case of bronchitis, complicated, as many of you know, by my having Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) and Fibromyalgia, two things that can give my immune system a beating and cause chronic exhaustion and pain, that can make recovery a slow process.  So, it's been a long three weeks of rest, cough-filled sleep, doctor visits, medication, liquids, Vicks, essential oils, chicken soup, and four furry nurses to keep me company under the glow of the colorful Christmas tree while I caught up on every show I think I have ever been interested in! As you can see from the photo above, my boy Wolf and sister Chloe keep a very close eye on me! While I pretty much isolated myself from the rest of my family, Christmas Day came and went way too fast for me. And it was also the first Christmas with