Sunday, November 01, 2009

What A Surprise

We traveled to the cabin Saturday to a most awesome weekend of weather.  Saturday night, Halloween, several cabinites went to a nearby ranch for a hot dog and hamburger dinner. 

We spent the evening petting horses, eating, chatting and singing around the campfire to the musical stylings of a guitar picker. 

It was a fabulous evening.  Unfortunately little Clayton was too excited to have us home later on and could not sleep well.  The Hubby took him for a walk before bed and a couple of hours into sleep as did I about two hours later.  Needless to say I'm tired.  It's like having a 2 year old.  His ride home was good until just before we hit town when he lost his breakfast.  Poor little guy.  Somethings got to change for him.  Tomorrow is a call to the vet.  We had to stop at Daddy's to drop off a few boxes to begin the packing process and took him out to run in the backyard a bit while The Hubby cleaned out his cage.  He sat him inside the front door and Clayton immediately took off towards Daddy's chair and side table.  I was quicker and saw the stance he was getting ready to take to hike his leg.  Whew.  The previous owner said that he would mark in a house that was previously marked and he almost did.  My Daddy's house has had 40+ years of marking animals so I had no doubt of his reaction.  Quick scoop up and out the back door he went to do his business.

First I have to say that on Saturday my friend Harri picked me up to take me to the cabin as The Hubby had a bunch of office work to do so I left the house before him.  Now on to the story.  When we arrived home I walked in from the garage and there sitting on the island, sparkling and bright were a dozen red roses.  He has not done that in a very, very long time and I was tickled.  He is a very sweet considerate man and I love The Hubby!  ....all together now...Awwwwww.....

 

4 comments:

Kay said...

Oh yes... Awwwwww! That is so sweet!

Char said...

that's a sweet husband!!!

the party sounds like fun too

√ Abraham Lincoln said...

That is a neat post. I smiled and enjoyed the read.

Ruth said...

Nothing like a bonfire with happy people.

Your hubby sounds like a good one.