Dear Friends, Family, Followers, Clients, and all the Wonderful People who visit my blog........
After 2 1/2 years, and nearly 500 hundred posts, it is getting more and more difficult to post something that is new or interesting or useful, to you. I am not a Veterinarian, nor am I a scientist, or an animal behaviorist. (and I've never claimed to be) I am however, a dog lover, dog trainer, and bird dog breeder. My heart is devoted to the Gordon Setter, and will continue to be, always.
With hunting season being only 3 months of the year, and being so dismal the past two years, there are no hunting stories to share. We only breed our Gordon's once a year, and will continue to do that, posting pics and stories about the puppies. As for the rest of the year, I will try to post anything interesting, or helpful, or just entertaining, for anyone who still follows me. My blog will stay in tact for those who refer to the blog when they get their first Gordon, or for those who'd like to learn our training techniques, or opinions on bird dogs and puppies. I will also post information concerning breeding, with our Gordons, or other breeders, and adoption info, for anyone who'd like to post it.
But what I can't do, is continue to do 2 posts a week. I feel like my blog has somewhat, run it's course.
As you all know, sometimes life throws a curve ball, when we least expect it. And when this happens, we must take a look at our life, and sometimes reorganize, shuffle around, and pay attention to new priorities. This is where I am today. I need some time to deal with a situation that demands my full attention, time, and total devotion. I have to step back for a while and take care of these priorities.
Those of you who have become my "blogging buddies", thank you for your friendship, devotion, time, and comments you leave to let me know you were here. You'll never know how much it has meant to me, and still does. Thank You All!
You may see me make an appearance on your blog, when I can find the time, because frankly, I miss your posts and pictures and stories that have entertained or enlightened my knowledge of so many subjects and places. Through you're posts, I have blog traveled to Ohio, Texas, The UK, Alaska, Canada, Colorado, Maryland, and many other interesting places, that I have never visited in person. I have connected with people in my own state of Montana, as well as made friends in my home state of Tennessee. I have even had the pleasure of meeting one of them, LEIGH, in person. You have all enriched my life in some way or another.
I Thank you for that, and I will be back.
I'm not saying good-bye. I can still be reached through my blog, by email, or by comment. If anyone needs us, we will reply.