About Me

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I live in Mooringsport La. and work in construction full time and dabble in art when ever I can. I would love to be able to do my art full time--who knows, maybe one day I will. In the past year, I started doing Festivals, trying to sell my Art. It is ALOT of work, but worth it. I have met so many people with the same interests as myself.

My Babies

This is Lenore.  She was a rescue and I call her my "50 Lb. shadow).  She follows me everywhere.
This is a picture of me and "Stubby".  I called him that because the neighbors dogs played "tug of war" with him and he lost part of his tail.  He also was in a tree that got struck by lightening and his one foot/leg was terribly deformed.  He was a regular around our house for several years and one day he went away and never came back.
This guy was my heart.  I called him Henry.  We found him on the side of the road, on  a bridge on late night about 3 years ago.  He had been hit by a car and left there.  We picked him up and took him to the Docs.  He had a broken pelvis, heart worms, intestional worms and was very malnourished.  He was only about 2 when we found him.  He was the most devoted and loyal friend that I ever had.  One day, last July, God called for him.  I found him dead in my back yard ( I had just visited with him about an hour before and he was fine).  He and the other dogs stay in the fenced in area when I am at work and I had a bit of gardening to do before I was going to let them in.  I found him lying in the yard.  My heart broke that night.  He will always be remembered.  Doc said that it was probably something genetic.   Maybe a heart attack or stroke.  But it is hard to say goodbye when they are so young and outwardly healthy.
This is John.  He a a rescue that we got with Lenore.  They were running together (and had been for months) out on one of our job sites.  John was very sick when we got him.  He was malnourished, anemic from ticks and fleas, had heart and intestional worms.  He is doing very well now.
Lenore--our rescue, was also very sick when we got her.  She had pyometra.  It is an infection of the uterus.  She is doing very well now.
Ringo--Our horse baby.  Not the smallest but the youngest.
Archie--Our Oldest Pooch.  He was a rescue  that I found at McDonald.  He is 14.
This is Honey.  She was a rescue that we  found when was 3 weeks old..  Her mother abandoned her and left her to die.  She is a real ham.
This is Sebastian (aka Dam Cat--We found him at the Dam).
Lacy- A rescue horse
Savannah.  She has been with me since she was a wee little miss and she is full of heart-and life!
This is Zoey.  She is my girl also.  She has always been "old", even though she is pretty young.
Katie.  My oldest Kitty.  This isn't a real flattering picture of her.  She is about 13.
Henry again
Shay (a.k.a. Sugar Bugger)  My heart.  She is 7 and a pound puppy.  She is a Mama's Girl.
This is a picture of Josie (front) and  Titus.  Titus is member of a litter of 8 and Josie was with them and their mama at the bayou.  Someone dropped them off and left them.  We found a home for every one of the kittens, but Josie wasn't so easy to place.  She has a mental disability so she stayed with us.
Savannah, Ringo and Zoey



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