Do you remember this face? A face only a mother could love :) My Annie was the last pug I fostered, a pug wannabee, who was with me for 16 months. I wondered if she would ever get adopted.
If there was such a thing as a pug lottery, Annie won it and I am so happy for her. I got an update from her furever mom Kas the other day. Let me tell you, that girl has a better social life than I do. She goes to coffee shops and wineries, hikes and even goes on bike rides.
This girl has it made.
Do you think she may be just a bit spoiled?
Meet our newest work cat, HeShe. HeShe was probably born last Thursday or Friday. She was found alone Friday in the complex where I work, in the shop area where equipment is stored (trucks, excavators, street sweepers, etc). She was found crying, lying in filth. Our office seasonal worker brought her in the office, cleaned her up and went and bought kitty formula. She spent the weekend with Nora and today joined us at the office. Nora plans to take care of her until she is old enough to be adopted. We know there is a chance she may not survive, but Nora is doing all she can to see that doesn't happen.
I have been agonizing over what rug to take to work on at Katie's retreat at Lakeside this week. Of course I should be taking a rug that I will give as a Christmas gift, but just couldn't decide, so I went to my stash and pulled the wool for this pattern I purchased a couple years ago.
I've also drawn up a little Magdalena Briner inspired rug to take with me, so I have a choice of what to work on, but first I will finish the birthday rug I am working on. I am very close to being done.
I snagged this off Facebook. Isn't this the truth??? I wish I could give credit to the designer/hooker, but I have no information to pass one.
The other night there was the most incredible sunset. This picture was taken through my windshield.
I was down to the lakefront in about two minutes and by the time I got there, most of the really good color was gone, but I did manage to get a couple pictures with my phone. The sky was absolutely breathtaking!
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)