I love this photo. Smokey has this uncanny way of sneaking onto an unsuspecting person to curl up and sleep. He moves so slowly that you actually don’t notice his arrival – it’s rather unsettling really. One moment your lap is empty, the next you look down and it’s like, “Oh, hello. Where did you come from?”
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Keyser (front) and Basil show off their holiday spirit with their Christmas ties. Keyser’s expression however, is unimpressed. He’s so funny. They look sweet anyway!
Thanks to our groomer, Vada Club K9, in Winnipeg for the awesome accessories. I love this grooming shop. They take their time, give the dogs breaks when they need, are reasonably priced and my dogs always look and smell great when we leave.
Please, let me in. . .
Keyser the adorable peeking in a frosty door.
Photo taken by me.
Mr. Stevens was in a desperate situation – find a new home, or off to the humane society. And being an eight year old cat, we didn’t think he’d be too likely to be adopted out. We already had a house full of cats, so what the heck – what’s one more?
And really… who can resist that face? Or that belly?
And it didn’t take too long before he weazled is way into my heart and became — my favourite 🙂
Click if you’re wondering where we got the name Mr. Stevens. . . He’s the head of catering on the Death Star of course! Thank you, comedian, Eddie Izzard. (F-word warning!)
Basil is a Shih Tzu, born in June 2012. Here he is at 7 weeks old…
His personality leads more to the mop-look as opposed to a well-groomed appearance, honestly. He’s very bouncy and completely adorable.
For Christmas celebrations we hang and decorate a four foot wreath over our fireplace instead of standing a tree in the window. We get different responses to the wreath, but most often the question is why a wreath? Or what do you mean you don’t have a tree?
We have cats, I tell them. We use to have to tie our tree to the wall from two different angles to keep it from being tipped over. Even with the tree being anchored we’d be picking up decorations daily, certainly we couldn’t have any breakable trimmings.
One day, I found the wreath! Problem solved!