Puppy, Puppy, Puppy, and a few Goofy Family Pics
I've been so busy, blogging has been.... uhm, what's blogging again? I forgot. Oh yeah. It's where I share witty, pithy, or endearing words and photos here in this cyberspace. So, here ya go. I've got a ton of puppy pics - seems like I take photos of nothing else recently. I'm just gonna toss them all up here, hope they stick, because in just a few minutes I'm off to a potluck and later tonight Hubby and I will magically transform ourselves and dance away the night at the Good Faerie Ball.
Big progress in the relationship between Magpie and Rosie. We had to teach Rosie how to play with another dog, she really only played with cats before this.
A bunch of black sleeping things - George Weasley (the big cat), Rosie, my camera case, and Maggie Magpie. It's really really hard to take photos of black animals, especially inside. I guess I should have taken that into consideration before we took in so many glossy dark creatures.
Hubby is really at his happiest with his arms full of chihuahuas.
Of course it's not all sweetness and light - here he is being attacked by man's best friends. They seem to think he's a tasty treat.
A calmer puppy in William's arms. William was Maggie's favorite person and William, for all his threat to move out immediately if we got another puppy, really took to Maggie. That is, until she got so excited to have him home one evening that she .... uhm.... dribbled on his bedding. It was only the one time but apparently teenagers have a long memory when it comes to their personal space. They're mending their relationship but Maggie isn't invited on his bed any more. Poor Maggie.
Another pic of sleeping piles - 4 cats, 2 dogs.
I think this one looks rather like a two headed dog. Oh, and there's some cat ears in the foreground. You'd think I'd take photos of the pets when they WEREN'T sleeping but it's hard, they just end up looking like a small black blur.
One more. See how well they cuddle now. Although Rosie draws the line at nose to nose, or sharing the same space under the covers. She growls and warns Magpie to keep at least one human body part between her sleeping cave and Maggie's cave.
Look, no animals of any kind in this photo. Well, I don't think she's an animal. She's not black and furry. But she does have horns. We stopped and visited with Ashley and Sam on the way up to the faery balls. We played with some of Hubby's faery accoutrements.
Sam's turn to be a horny guy. They look pretty natural, don't they. We got a good laugh. Hubby put them on after this and we went into Starbucks. Some guy came up and asked him if they were real. Real? He meant, were they implants. Nope, but I guess it means the little elastic string that holds them in place is pretty dang invisible.
Now, I'm off! I hope to have lots of lovely festival photos to share with you soon!