"Could I have this dance for the rest of my life?" - Anne Murray

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Meet Honey!

Well, we did it. We got a puppy. We did some searching around in Southern California and found a litter with three females that were born in November. We met the only female left, and her sire, dam and owner at their home on a rainy Sunday. (The whole transaction happened out in the yard in the rain.) We brought her home that same day and named her Honey. Here she is napping in her crate on the way home.

It took us a day to figure out her sleep (about 45 minutes), wake and potty (immediately!) and play (about 15 minutes) pattern.  Once we got that, there've been no accidents in the house. She's learning so quickly! She took to her crate easily and even slept through the whole night on her third night in the RV. She seems happy in  our little home.

Honey's new home

Check out those bright white little toe nails!

Honey's quite a cuddly little girl, and has already made friends in typical golden style, with her "godparents" - our friends Glenn and Lynn.

 Honey with her godfather Glenn.

Kisses for godmother Lynn!

You can bet you'll be seeing a lot more of Honey in future posts. We're looking forward to plenty of adventures together. 

Goodnight Honey!


  1. What an adorable little girl! Oh the fun you three are going to have! Congratulations!

  2. Very cute pup. Disappointing to read you purchased a puppy instead of adopting , you could have saved A LOT of money and a life. Please consider adopting next time and not purchasing. K~

    1. ❤️🐾
      We appreciate the need for dogs in shelters and rescue organizations to find homes and we considered that option. After much thought regarding our circumstances and the timing of our lives on the road we decided this was the best option. Yes, maybe next time.

    2. Appreciate the need? There's no excuse to buy a dog in this day and age when so many need homes and are being killed. All breeders fuel the animal overpopulation crisis, and every time someone purchases a puppy or a kitten instead of adopting from an animal shelter, homeless animals lose their chance of finding a home—and will be euthanized. Adopt don't shop

  3. Honey is absolutely adorable! Happy days ahead ...

  4. We've been reading about your Angel with great compassion. We lost our golden about a year ago and appreciate your situation. But it's all part of life and all worth living from beginning to end. Angel is so fortunate to have you. Honey sends her love to Angel.


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