Sunday, November 25, 2007

I just wanted to say personally thank you

Hello all of our blogging friends,
This is Jen Ozzy and Romeo's mom. I want to start by thanking every single one of you for all of those heartfelt wishes. They don't replace the love of my life and my boys dad but they do help. These last few days have been nothing but a blur and a fog to me. I get online and read things just to take my mind off of things. The boys of course are doing what I'm sure daddy asked them to do stick to mommy like glue. WE were the lucky ones we knew what we had and how much we loved each other. I am going to include his obitituary which is online. The paper is not in my good graces right now they put in the wrong wedding date. Mistakes happen but I have to say dang it not on my important day. David would say typical Jen don't screw up something important to her. My sister in law is now all alone. David had lost his parents at age 15 & 16yrs old. They were all they had left. I feel more for her than I do for myself most times. Life will definitely different now. What I love most about his last day was we were doing what we loved best being outdoors with the boys walking and just being together. Hold on to what you all have and cherish it. Tell your loved ones you love them any chance you get we always did. Take care all. We'll be mind blown for the next few days.

Jen Ozzy & Romeo
for the pasting I fixed our wedding date in true Jen fashion.

David J. Kovach
WAPPINGERS FALLS - David J. Kovach, 29, of Wappingers Falls, died November 22, 2007 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. He had worked as a Shift Supervisor for Southeastern Container of Wappingers Falls. A local resident since 2005, he had resided previously in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. David enjoyed Florida State University football and taking his dogs, Ozzie and Romeo on long walks. Born Dec. 16, 1977 in Binghamton, NY, he was the son of James and Laura Shaut Kovach. On Jan. 19, 2007, in the Town of Poughkeepsie, he married Jennifer R. White, who survives at home. In addition to his wife, he is survived by his sister, Vicki Bransfield, Pembroke Pines, FL and several aunts and uncles. There will be no calling hours. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10am, Tues., Nov. 27, 2007 at St. Martin de Porres Church, Cedar Valley Road, Poughkeepsie. Burial will be at the convenience of he family. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society: Dog Walks Against Cancer, Hope Lodge, 45 Reade Place, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. If you need directions or wish to send condolences, please visit our website at

Thank you all

Well I wanted to do a quick post. I wanted to thank you for the kind words they are just the nicest things we could ask for. This has been a tough time for mom she's had us crated with all our friends dropping by or when she goes out for whatever. But we did get a nice dinner of salmon and pumpkin. WOW how lucky we were.
Mom says that when things settle down she'll let me do a nice post about Dad. We do miss him alot. So thank you all again.
Take care,

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Hello friends it is I the birthday boy! Mom won't tell me what my day will entail but I have to say I am sure it will be fun. My brother and I have been having a blast playing around and fighting ok the good fighting as mom puts it not the one that gets me my muzzle on. I do remember last year we ended up getting Romeo for my birthday and I have to admit I really hope I'm not getting another sibling for this birthday.
Oh geez I've been busted mom must have thought I was just wandering the house. I gotta go snuggles with her now. Have a great day all. I know I will.

Wirey hugs,
Ozzy the birthday pup

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Hello my friends,
I have finally found some time to get on here. Mom has sent a very revealing picture of me to our friends at the Wire Fox Terrier lists. I'm not too pleased with this so I figured I'd counter balance this with posting the picture here.
Yes my brother was the cop and for some reason which I'm not too sure on I am a convict. Are they trying to say I'm perpetually bad? I'm really not sure. The guy holding the leashes is of course my father who is a huge FSU fanatic. Mom bought him the shirt and is getting ready to buy him his latest shirts from them. In this photo we were all in New Paltz for our friends at Paws of Distinction's annual Halloween Parade. We had such a great time. People kept coming up and saying how cute we were. Not to mention one lady took a picture of us. How cool is that? We also did the local rail trail which was right next door to the store. It was awfully muggy that day. Mom says that we will be able to go on our own rail trail in the near future near us. Apparently there is one opening up next month and mom is going to the groundbreaking ceremony tomorrow. How cool is that going to be? She promises walkies as often as possible and weather permitting. I did mention the new bed we got for the new home right? Well here is the latest picture of us snuggled up in our beds while they are watching TV and obviously taking pictures of us. They are a bit obsessed with taking our pictures lately. I really don't get it. If you're wondering about the blanket it's usually used to cover up Romeo he's a bit odd that way and likes to be covered and burrowed under the blankets. Go figure. He's a bit odd that way.
Mom has even mentioned to dad that now that we have this camcorder we should figure out how to get it to load onto our computer. Oh geez not another thing to have lugged around. I am a bit scraggly looking but I hear I am due for a visit to my friend the groomer. Mom assures me it's only for a light trim down since I'll need my fur this winter to keep warm. Thank goodness. She's even adamant that Grandma not be allowed to try grooming me or to let me get cut short like last year in the freezing cold. I am sooo thankful for that. That was not fun last year and mom has learned not to listen to my grandmother.
Well I'm outta here I would like to get my daily run in and mom hates to be kept waiting. Take care all and hope you had a Happy Halloween.
Wirey hugs,