Even Audrey was all full of herself and in my face the second I walked in the door. I was 3 hours late giving them dinner. That is just unheard of (at least that is what they`d tell ya). Now they are calm and ignoring me so all is back to normal.
We need to know where to dig a well on our property and the retired-guy was set on hiring a dowser to tell us where and how deep to go. Two dowsers arrived and got right down to business.
Look how dry the grass is. Dead.
Interesting, I thought. I watched from afar for awhile, didn`t want to get in the way, and I have to admit I thought the whole thing looked ridiculous. I then joined them and listened to `Lloyd``explain what he was doing. OK...maybe it works. Lloyd is a 6 generation dowser so I have to have faith in that. It took all of 10 minutes to locate the best spot and how deep we will have to go to find water. Then they let us try our hand at it. We`ll see when the crew arrive to actually dig in that spot that he recommended if he was right on.
The weekend keys have been picked up and this weekend I have 2 tabby & white, 1 calico & Toad to care for. Travel is slowing down now for my clients until mid August when it gets busy once again. I have so many other responsibilities right now that the lull is much appreciated.
We have birthdays, a baby shower, a very intimate, small wedding and a new baby arriving all within the next 2 months. I have some serious shopping to do.
Someone very special to us turns 12 today.
Painting by Frank van Boxtel`Happy Birthday, `Kane`. We love ya, buddy. I suppose a little ice cream is in order.
and a long bush walk has been requested.
We wish you many more, Kanie.