Smudge has decided that she loves the Christmas tree.
Constantly spinning the nice, plastic ornament that I left in her reach.
Such a curious little thing.
Ha ha ha....
I think that Smudge has decided just to go along with my antics.
Notice I have the antlers standing straight up.
They should be more like.....
Ho hum.....I may as well just give in.....
Actually just Zippy going to work in the shop with me.
Just for fun....I made this head.
I have a painting that is based on the same theme.
I thought that they would look neat hung side by side.
I really had a fun time making this.
I want to get a collar for it with a tag that says..
I wanted the texture to be pretty rough.
I had to keep the ears pretty thick, for fear of the them breaking off.
The wet spots are from Smudge meeting and greeting her new friend.
Skull and crossbones on the "wood" part.
Smudge...maybe you can actually play with the concrete Zippy.
My new thing.
Motivational messages in concrete.
Smudge decorated her crate for Christmas.
I think she wants to make sure her packages arrive safely.
Snoozing away making her little bulldog noises (and smells).
Oh no!!! She sees me.
Don't worry Smudge...I will not mess up your decor.
Seriously...don't be angry...I just wanted to share your beautiful decorations with everyone.
My friend LeeAnn awarded me the Liebster Blog award. LeeAnn has a beautiful blog about her life in Savannah, GA and posts about her own personal growth experiences. I really enjoy reading her blog and always get a very peaceful feeling reading her posts. She also has a most wonderful Bulldog named Gracie. I was trying to decide who to pass on the award to and came across a post by the Heartbeats. One of their followers (Kissa-Bull) just lost 5 of her dogs to a house fire. A very sad situation and I hope that by passing this on to the Heartbeats that folks can help to ease the pain at the Kissa-Bull blog by possibly sending them a message of condolence. I know that when we lost Bumble all of the folks that wrote me really helped me get through the pain. A little kindness goes a long way. A wink to LeeAnn as that is exactly what her last post was about.
The responsibilities of the Liebster Blog award are (1) To thank the person that gave you the award and link back to their blog. (2) reveal your top five picks, with less than 200 readers, and let them know (3) copy and paste the award on your blog. (4) Hope that the person giving it to you will keep it moving forward.