Wednesday, July 11, 2007

New Blog!

I have realized that so much goes on in our daily life that I am used to sharing with our families and friends, but since we don't live close to anyone anymore, I forget to pass on any of that information. So, in order to keep everyone updated on what is going on and to share pictures of our growing puppies, here is our site!

Some of you might be wondering what is the meaning behind our page name, Weigle, Inc. Most of you know that I quit my job at the beginning of April in order to stay home and, possibly, go back to school to get my master's degree in counseling. I told Tim after the first week of being home that I was busier than I ever was at work. It seems like there is always something to clean, organize, or rearrange! Tim teases me that I am the home manager of our home business, Weigle, Inc. He, of course, is the CEO!

Now, an update on our life. There have been quite a few changes in the past month and a half. We moved out of our wonderful apartment into a house that we are now renting. Our apartment was very nice, and if it wasn't for our crazy neighbor or my burning desire for a couple of dogs, we probably would have stayed there our entire time here in Amarillo. We are now completely settled and absolutely love it. We are so happy, and I am much less lonely while Tim is at work since our two puppies keep me quite busy! Speaking of puppies, that is another change we have encountered. Several weeks before we moved into our house, some friends of ours knew of some people who were giving away rottweiler mix puppies. We weren't completely sold on getting one, since we already had a dachshund puppy lined up to get after we moved, but we went to look at them anyways. Some of you have not had the pleasure of spending a lot of time with my husband, but he might seem like a man's man on the surface, but deep inside he is such a softy! He started playing with the little boy puppy and he was smitten! Thus is the beginning of our family! Our friends kept Leo at their house while we were still in our apartment. The weekend after we moved into our house, we went to Arkansas to pick up precious little Annie, who my mom and aunt had gone and gotten for me. Now, picture a petite, 3 pound dachshund puppy and a lanky, 20 pound rottweiler/labrador/catahoula puppy meeting each other for the first time! It was quite interesting. It has been so fun to watch them growing up together. They go out in the back yard and explore together. They wrestle on the floor and run around the house with each other. Both of them are so sweet and funny in their own ways. A day has not gone by that we have not laughed at something that our clumsy Leo has done or swooned over a sweet face our little girl has made. We are pathetic parents!!

Tim is working full time this summer as an intern pharmacist and is really enjoying the added responsibility. He is now allowed to counsel customers and take new prescriptions and transfers from other pharmacies. The CVS where he works is not as busy as the others in town, so it is fairly calm throughout the day and the pharmacists he works for are pretty laid back. We are both enjoying him being off on the weekends, since he works, pretty much, every Saturday during the school year. I got Tim a grill for our anniversary, so since then, we have grilled almost every meal. He is very good at coming up with various creations and surprising me with them. He is also becoming quite the handyman around the house. Our house is kind of old, so it seems like every time we turn around, there is something that needs to be repaired. Tim has learned that with some caulk, a drill, and a staple gun, anything is possible!

We will be taking a trip at the beginning of August to Little Rock to see my brother and sister-in-law and for my 5 year high school reunion, then heading down to Dallas, La Feria, and San Antonio to visit Tim's family. I am very much looking forward to seeing old friends with which I have lost touch.

For right now, that is all. I will do my best to keep this updated, so no one is left out on what is going on, but not so much that it is boring!

We love you all!

1 comment:

Gloria/Mom said...

Thanks for doing this. It will make me feel less out of the loop of your lives.
I enjoyed your sense of humor. Keep it coming.