Howdy friends everywhere… literally everywhere!
What an overwhelming response from my last blog entry! Geesh! This one sure has spread like wildfire and Itoday I received the most hits of my blog’s history. You CCI folk sure know how to get the word out :-).
Thank you for all the incredible support, and I’m truly sorry to not be posting the “rest of my story at team training” blog entry tonight. I’ve been so overwhelmed (in a good way) and busy catching up to all the Facebook messages, e-mails, and blog comments that the graduation post will have to wait until tomorrow.
Hi Mike! My name I Matt Alt, Bruce's son. Please take care of our Caleb I'm sure you will. He was my Pop's favorite pup that he has raised to date. I can't express the happiness and sadness it brought that Caleb was being placed (no big surprise though). I will be following your blog from now on. If you care to follow my wife and myself, and care to get to know us in a sense please visit <a href="http://elisabethmatthew.blogspot.com/http://elisabethmatthew.blogspot.com/<br />I know Caleb is right where he belongs. Take care and please keep in touch. I sent you a friend request on facebook. I hope that we can chat someday…
Hey Matt! Super great to hear from you both on here and Facebook. From what I understand I owe you a HUGE thank you for getting Bruce into this whole puppy raising business in the first place, which eventually led to me getting the COOLEST dog in the world. I'm sure it's tough to give away such a wonderful, loving creature, but have no doubt that I'll use and love Caleb to the absolute fullest. We're already making a really awesome bond together and have had such a great time over the past week. Checked in on your blog and it looks like there is plenty to be excited for on your end. Thanks again for the message and let's plan on staying in touch!
Sorry about the email overload, I just wanted everyone to share your love and joy receiving Caleb V (he is the 5th and last Caleb). It is incredible how you have taken life's lemons and turned them into the best drink of lemonade you could imagine.
Nothing to be sorry about… It was a super, as in super great, e-mail overload! Quite enjoyed it and am sure I'll be staying in touch with many of the folks!Always enjoyed lemonade, and have always had the attitude pre-/post injury that we all might just as well make the most of life. It's far more fun that way! Hope you don't mind, but I was thinking I'd post a few pictures of us from graduation.