We decided it was time and Randy found this lady on a rescue site. We contacted Shelby and Wyatt and they liked us and so Stella has a new “forever home” in Coffee Creek. I think she has been a city dog all her life (6-7 years) but seems to be adapting to country life rapidly! She did fine on the 4+ hour trip up yesterday, did not want her dinner but had a ‘bone’ for breakfast and has now gone with Randy, in the rain, to check his business up the hill. We are working on the No Dogs in the Kitchen rule, but when I point she knows already to back up! lol Randy is getting lessons, too. 🙂 Stella is a lap dog, something Randy isn’t used to.
No yarn stories again. I still haven’t been able to find what the heck I did with my pattern. I guess I’ll have to go see if I can find another one that will work. I know this one will show up, probably about the time I don’t need it anymore! You know how that goes. Meantime, I hope you are making better progress on your projects and keeping your looms dusted off!
Wishing you warm and dry!
Nice looking Lady. Is this your only dog now?
Awww, shes precious!!! Sounds like she minds you well too! Working with the rectangle loom today. Loving it so far. Youngest daughter swiped the heart loom right out of the box. Ahhhh, so nice to have my other heart loom all to myself now! 😀
Welcome to your magnificent new family member. She’s looks so lovable and happy.:)
Thank you, Ladies. She is settling in pretty well, and yes, one dog is enough for us,. There’s two cats as well.
Happy to hear the heart was a hit! We have them in a bigger size now, too.