Auntie M. Yep that's me. My nieces and nephews call me auntie and I'm auntie to my friend's fuzzy children. I love everything about being an auntie. David and I never wanted kids and if given the choice of holding a newborn puppy or a newborn baby, I will choose the puppy because babies make me nervous until their heads stay on. Now that doesn't mean I wouldn't take my nieces and nephew in a heartbeat, it just means that it is way more fun to "kiss, kiss, love, love and then be happy when they go home and mess up their own house and drive my sister crazy 24/7.
However, being an auntie to animals is entirely different. I have a huge passion for pets. I truly love them and look forward to seeing them. I have been like that since I was a child. I can spend hours and hours with animals and never tire of them. Soooooo, with construction being in such a conflict now and me not knowing what the future of my job will be, I have started my own pet sitting business. The name of it is "Auntie M's Critter Care." When your critter needs a sitter, there's no place like home.
Most crazy pet people like me cringe at the thought of putting their babies in a kennel. Critters are much happier being at home with their own stuff and their own beds. I come to the house spend about 40 minutes taking care of them and giving them lots of love. This is the reason I bought a new car. My other car belongs to my boss at my construction job. I wasn't about to put critter's in his car or use his gas to operate my own business.
My good friends, Bridgette and Georgina, at Intandem http://www.intandeminc.com/ designed my new website for me. They did a fabulous job and I'm so delighted with everything they did. Check it out when you get a minute. http://www.auntiemscrittercare.com/
I'm not sure what the future will hold, but I'm excited about doing something I'm so passionate about. Keep me in mind if your critter needs a sitter. Auntie M, I am.
This week I want to say Happy Birthday to my Princess Chloe. She is 3. I also want to say Happy Birthday to Beth and Goldie who are 40. It's about time you caught up with me. Love you all.