More rugs from the Ann Arbor hook-in.
This framed piece of the birds was hooked with such a fine cut ~ a two or three would be my guess.
Melissa and Bobbie hard (???) at work.
The vendor area was full of beautiful wools and LOTS of buyers! These were taken later in the day when there was room to move around.
Poor Annie. She's probably beginning to feel like Little Orphan Annie. Another application came in that sounded perfect for her. They were willing to take a pug mix, had a fenced yard, etc. When I spoke with the woman and I mentioned that she was most probably a mix and had a bit of a snout, the conversation quickly ended. She wanted a flat faced dog that looked like a pug. She wouldn't listen that Annie looks a lot like a pug - just with a snout. End of story . . . sigh.Ohio Pug Rescue was set up at an adoptathon yesterday and I thought maybe it would be her lucky day. I'm sad to say it was not, but she is welcome to stay with me until that perfect furever comes along! She really was worn out at the end of the day.
The moon last night really was super!
Pug hugs :)