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Madeline

Maddie

                     Jazz X George


Maddie in her dirtpile at fifteen weeks


Maddie in the woods
 

Lucy & Baily


 
              Photos above of Maddie and Max the cat

 

----- Original Message -----

From: "Candace"

To: <flyingw@bright.net>

Sent: Sunday, April 27, 2003 1:40 PM

Subject: a couple more pics of the girls

One of Lucy with her Shih Tzu friend, Bailey and one of my two being sweet with each other :-)

 

   

Hi Fredericka!

Thanks as always for your friendship and
support! Oh, and I'm not sure why more people don't get out and live their  dreams, but for me I think it had a LOT to do with being able to be less fearful by just turning the outcome over to the Lord Jesus. I believe  that "courage" is what happens when love reaches out and transforms fear, and to me that's what God is all about. With enough faith, much can be  accomplished, wouldn't you agree? I bet you would! Enjoy the pics and God's blessings to you in abundance :-) Love, Candy

 

*note from Fredericka, these are photos of C.Ware's two Flying W Farms American Mastiffs, Maddie and Lucy. Candace Ware left a very well paid full time job, stepped out in faith and developed her own business all revolving around dogs. Now she is much sought after as a consultant and trainer.

Hi, Fredericka!! (April 24, 2003)
Sorry I haven't written in so long. Got this cute picture of my two girls
yesterday and had to send it along. Lucy is doing wonderfully and she and
Maddie are so sweet with each other it'd bring a tear to your eye. Lucy was
from the 8/8 litter, Jazz and George were her parents. She is already 125
pounds. There's a good chance she'll be larger than Maddie, who at 165 lbs
(2 years old in 3 days) is pretty darn big. The attraction factor for the
Critter Rescue store has more than doubled. Many, many visitors come just to
see them. The other shopkeepers love it, and the guy who owns the building
has offered me training space downstairs. So I'll be moving my training
business there and will also do retail dog supplies and have a
do-it-yourself dog wash :-) And, since it's in the same building as Critter,
I can keep doing that too. In January I was appointed director of Critter
Rescue and can finally run it the way I was wanting to. So life is fun for
all of us. I hope all is well for you too. I think of you often. Don't be
surprised if sometime in the future I ask to get back on the list... for a
fawn boy this time, I think :-) These dogs of yours are addicting! God bless
you, Miss Fredericka, and all my best to Bob and Robin and all the dogs.
. Well, gonna go get the girls some supper. Be well and write if
you have time.
Love,
Candy, Lucy, Madeline, and of course Moxie the cat

George "Bob" Wagner Jr. & Fredericka Wagner
PO  Box 845  /  Piketon  /  Ohio  45661
Phone: 740-493-2401
Fax: 740-493-0072
 
flyingw@bright.net

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