Yes. Corgis spoon.
Saturday, March 1, 2014
Thursday, February 27, 2014
When I look out the window I "see" spring....
But walking out the door....
I "feel" winter....
If it's not going to SNOW - then I want it to be warm. I want the grass to turn green, the leaves to come out and the sun to shine.
I think I miss being in the desert.
|Pheonix, Arizon - Sunset 2/13/14|
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Monday, February 17, 2014
Here is a little hand painted sunflower I did a while ago as part of a larger cloth. I cut this piece off to make a little needle book.
Saturday, February 15, 2014
Sunday, February 2, 2014
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Sunday, January 26, 2014
was wandering the streets
four months ago.
Barely a year old…
he was hungry, cold, scared.
My sweet son rescued him several months ago.
He brought him home.
Since then Max has been
nursed back to health.
He hasgotten all of his shots.
He has been neutered.
Sweet Max went from being a cold scared, starving pup
to a sweet, playful ball of LOVE.
So appreciative. So special.
He plays with Toby and Gizmo
and he plays with Daisy and Harley.
He loves to be held (yes he LOVES TO BE HELD!)
He sits on Sal's lap - with his head on Sal's shoulder.
Not budging. Not moving a muscle.
So happy to be loved.
Sal has two dogs. We have two dogs.
We would love to see THIS PRECIOUS GUY
go to a home where someone will
love him, play with him and take extra good care of him.
If you or someone you know has a hole in their life
that THIS GUY can fill…
send me an e-mail.
We can get together, and see if Max likes you.
And if Max likes you….
CHANCES are…..we will like you.
He is a beautiful brindle
with a gorgeous coat, gentle eyes, the sweetest disposition,
and a kind, gentle, loving nature.
We both want him so badly,
but with two dogs each it is just too much.
a loving, fun home.
Is it Yours???
Do you have room in your life for Max?
He so wants (and deserves) a family of his own.
Monday, January 20, 2014
... And a few of my water colored pictures, varnished with acrylic wax (a la Frances Pickering) being prepared for journal pages.