‘Blogroll’ Category


    August 10, 2012 by myeye

    Blogger blew up on me.  My Blog is on WordPress (thank goodness), but my Blogroll is on Blogger.  I tried to add a friend’s blog (LawyerChuck), and my entire blogroll disappeared.  You all may not know that I am a computer-Luddite.  My Blog and Chase’s website were built and are maintained by Carolyn Cannon.  She has no help at her job right now and is pretty overwhelmed.  I felt very guilty telling her that my Blogroll had disappeared and I could not keep track of my friends.  Somehow she found/made the time to figure out what I had done (I know I did something) to cause Blogger to freak out.

    My Blogroll is back this afternoon — Oh, thank you, Carolyn.  To my Blogroll:  I don’t know where you’ve been, but I hope you had a great time.

  2. A New Blog On The Block

    October 22, 2011 by myeye

    Cheryl Kienast has her act together — just in time for the birth of the Chatre (that would be Chase and Treasure puppies).  Puppies are most likely due Thursday.  So, please add http://bluefoxtn.blogspot.com to your blogroll, drop in to say hi, and watch for a birth announcement.

  3. A Couple of Blog Format Changes

    February 18, 2011 by myeye

    As always when Carolyn has been here, my blog is new and improved.  My blog roll — which is very long — has been relocated to its own page.  The link is under NOLA CAM on the right sidebar.  Speaking of Nola Cam, since so many people have been watching her grow up, I’ve left the “Puppy Cam” aimed at her puppy pen so everyone might continue to enjoy her.  She is often out of the pen for long periods of time because when I’m home, she gets to play with the big dogs, and explore the back yard.

    We tried to take stacked photos of her just before Tom and Carolyn left yesterday — so how did that work out for us?  Nola wasn’t overly cooperative, hunched her back a little and did not want to place her feet properly.  She is a red girl after all.

    Not nice to stick your tongue out at the readers

    Being a show dog might be okay with more cheese – please

    Nola is unfortunately marked on her stifle with white moving from her hocks all the way up.  It gives the illusion that her hocks are v-e-r-y  l-o-n-g, which they aren’t.  In any case, let’s see how she grows.  She is cute as a button and very sweet.