Sweet Annie Bananie has been with me for three days now. Here are a few things I've learned about her.
She LOVES to give kisses!
She has exceptionally long legs and it's hard to get a good picture of her because she moves so quickly.
I've also learned that she's a real lover, a true lap dog. At night she snuggles so close in bed that it's hard to move. She also barks. A lot. Way too much. She doesn't walk well on the leash. We need to work on that since I don't have a fenced yard. She will sneak out the door if you are not careful. If a car is going by she will chase it. She scared the bejesus out of me!
I liken her to a Cabbage Patch doll. So homely she's cute. At least that's how I hope someone will feel :)
A face only a mother could love?
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Today was a perfect day for an outdoor craft show. One was held in Wellington, Ohio. The town is most famous for the painting that Archibald M. Willard painted there, the "Spirit of '76". He was inspired after having seen a parade pass through the town square.
I didn't buy much, but did buy this pumpkin tub and the mum sitting in it. I also purchased a few pumpkin and gourds. I wonder how long before the squirrels start eating the pumpkins. Any suggestions on how to prevent that?
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Many months after (finally) finishing the hooking on this rug I steamed it. Now that it is laying flat, I see that I need to reverse hook that goldish area by the red horse. It's just way too bright!
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The weekend is ending long before the majority of the items are crossed off my lenghty "to-do" list. That seems to be the story of my life.
I'm not sure where my mind was on Thursday when I mentioned on my post that I hoped everyones week was off to a good start. OOPS!!!
Pug hugs :)