Welcome! - Cheeka Tales
Welcome to my blog!  I've had many requests for a place for readers to make comments and ask questions.  I want this site to be a fun and happy place, and for my blog to reflect that as well.  For this reason, all posts will be reviewed before posting.  Please use the following guidelines when posting:
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3/15/2011 12:55:49 am

This is a great idea. I love the new grooming school addition.

3/15/2011 01:00:33 am

Thank you! I'm glad you enjoy the site!

3/15/2011 01:28:18 am

I just LOVE the new pictures, etc. Lakota is sooo cute and you look adorable with your lion cut.

I bet the grooming school was fun, exept for the time you got your cut and had to stay still maybe...

Keep Lakota on her toes and show her who's the boss! And have lots of fun playing with her...

3/15/2011 01:56:56 am

Thank you Maggie! Grooming school was fun and I'm having a great time with Lakota! I've decided I like her pretty good and we have fun playing "chase" in the yard!

Uncle RJ
3/22/2011 03:38:17 pm

Hi Cheeka, How are you doing, Lion cut and all? We really enjoyed your visit last september. I know you had a good time and I was looking forward to hearing your stories about the picnic, life jacket,swimming and driving the Paito Boat at Diamond Lake, but I couldn't find it.

3/25/2011 08:18:14 pm

Not a whole lot has been happening this week. Mom and her friend got busy and planted a garden. I will have mom take some pictures to show when there is something besides dirt to see. We are looking forward to having corn, green beans, black eyed peas, carrots, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, potatoes, spinach, onions, and swiss chard. Mom says there are some other things that she will plant later.

3/25/2011 08:31:23 pm

Hi Uncle RJ! It's good to hear from you! I really had fun at your place last summer. The pictures and tale of the adventure at Diamond Lake, which was a lot of fun, is located under the Umpqua National Forest page in the Oregon link. Go to Current Trails and Tales, Vacation 2010 pages, Tales from Oregon, and select Umpqua National Forest. The Diamond Lake stories are about half way down the page. Sorry you had difficulty finding them. Hope you and everyone there are doing ok!


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    I'm Cheeka, a Pomeranian living in Oklahoma.


    March 2011