Friday, November 12, 2010

More puppy pics. Macca is desperate to get in and wash the puppies, but they need to be a bit more robust. Bonnie did let him lie next to her and have a good look at them. He's been super interested since the day they were born, but Jessie's hair went up on her back and she crept out as quickly as she could, no doubt remembering the liberties taken by the last lot of puppies. Dolly just pretends there's nothing there- what puppies?
Their eyes have opened since these pictures were taken , and the cuteness factor has tripled. This was supposed to be Bonnies last litter, but it's so much fun to watch them develop; the novelty hasn't worn off yet. Two of these puppies have found homes already, which is good.
The moving of the big things, in particular Millhouse, went well, but the removalists were two hours late which didn't help the stress levels. When they were leaving they thanked us for being so organised, apparently the people who they shifted before us weren't, hence the delay. So this week has been spent on clean-up, and the brilliant-at-the-time idea of a garage sale. Once that's out of the way this weekend, we should be free to wander aimlessly around muttering "Where the hell did we put (insert any item)...."

I don't know how Keryn got Millhouse up and stitching all by herself, but she did. I'm full of admiration; I looked at the tangle of cords and leads, the nuts and bolts and heaven knows what and limited myself to fetching tools, holding bits together and generally just doing what I was told. This is the practice quilt being stitched out, and so far so good. Phew, what a relief.


Amy November 12, 2010  

Those are some cute puppies!

Tamera November 12, 2010  

My daughter would like you to ship some puppies to North Dakota, lol.

They sure are cute.

sewprimitive karen November 12, 2010  

Darling puppies and oh that Millhouse is gorgeous, too.

Lori November 14, 2010  

holding the parts and helping, that's an important part! Sometimes I take pictures as machinery is taken apart. Helps with the "what is this bolt that's left over?"

Puppies. Puppy breath. Squeeks. I would love to be snuggling with them.

Jenni November 15, 2010  

I have always secretly thought that one day I'd like one of Macca and Bonnie's pups. We are only allowed 2 dogs where I live and I have Chloe and Simon the beagles, but I'd like to have a Staffy next time I think. Poor old Simon is 14 now and very weak in the back legs, and it's always in the back of my mind now that he is getting close to the end, but OTOH I want him to go on forever of course. Your dogs seem to have such nice natures, important in a breed like a Staffy. Maybe one day...
Congrats on your 'human puppy', and I hope the move isn't too stressful.

Meggie December 01, 2010  

After reading of all that moving.. well I need a little rest. And a cuddle of one or more of those puppies would round it out nicely! They are so precious!

Anonymous,  December 03, 2010  

I feel badly that you aren't treating us to more puppy pictures. They are so cute.

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