About me ...
I am a daughter, sister, wife, mother and grandmother to 5 beautiful
grandchildren and a
With the help of our 4-H leader, Betty Culbreth and friend Barbara Cecil
we acquired our first
Papillon from Dorthea Robinson in 1987.
# 1 Junior Handler for the sate of Texas as well as the Papillon Club of
America in 1990. When Amanda left dogs to pursue other activities I took
over the showing of the dogs and began to have an interest later in breeding.
I had grown up showing horses, so showing dog came naturally and after all
how hard could it be, I had watch my daughter win over and over for years.
I had been involved in 4-H and participated in showing livestock as well as
Quarter horse judging in my
continued to attend each National every year possible, missing only 2 in
the last 20 years due to
dogs I keep so that we can travel, I have limited my breeding in the past
couple of years, which has allowed me to pursue more hobbies and interest.
I continue to work part time for U S Customs and Border Protection and
probably will for several
Secretary/Treasure of that small up and coming Papillon club. We are hopeful
to become AKC certified and to host the Papillon National here in Houston
Texas. I also continue to be
a member of the Papillon Club of America.
Hospitality Chairman. Quilting has become very important as I am teaching
my daughter and daughter in law as well as the grandchildren this life long
skill. Even my life long friend Betty Culbreth Rich has joined me in quilting
these days as well as our mutual friend Connia Webb. We all raised our kids
together and now the kids
all are in there 30ís with grandkids.
I will post my class information here on this website as soon as I have
worked it out.
Thank you to those emailing with interest, I am sure we will meet soon.