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Thursday, July 13, 2006

Cat on the blog day

Yep, I had to wake up His Highness to have something to show for the blog. Not too much got done yesterday. I cast on and started Mickael's second sock, but that's not very exciting. I spun some more of the Merino/Hemp, but it looks the same as it did the other day. So, what did I do yesterday? We went and looked at puppies! We used to have a Golden Retreiver, Bear, but we had to put him to sleep last year. He was 14 1/2 years old and I met him when he was 10 weeks old. (Mickael got him for Christmas one year and we started dating soon after that.) We are finally to the point where we're ready for another dog in our lives so I've been calling around and talking to breeders. The puppies are only about 4 weeks old now, so we haven't even picked out a specific one (we'll wait a couple of weeks to see how their personalities develop), but we'll be going to visit them and watch them grow. I walked out yesterday without the camera, but hopefully I'll get some pictures next week. Naturally, we're all very excited - especially Ramius because then I can blog the dog and let him sleep!


Blogger Debbie said...

Hi Melanie,

I found your blog through a group I'm in (FirstTimeSocknittersKAL@yahoogroups.com) and wanted to comment on your "prince" . What a regal Siamese! Of course they all are, aren't they? I'm currently knitting a pair of socks on a loom (http://decoraccentsinc.com/sock_knitters.html) but I have a couple sets of dpns from my grandmother's stash that I would like to learn to use. I've become addicted with Cherry Tree Hill Super sock from http://stores.ebay.com/emtnestr on eBay, so now I need to knit, knit, knit! You're also not far from me - I'm in Front Royal. Nice to "meet" you!

9:46 AM  
Blogger Carole said...

I have a Siamese cat, too. I think they are the best! Hope he will adjust okay to the new puppy.

10:26 AM  
Blogger Opal said...

Oh I'd be excited too! A new puppy! I can't wait to see pictures. Have you been thinking of names?

2:00 AM  
Anonymous Dipsy said...

I really love your kitty, such a sweetie! Hope she'll be getting along fine with the new member of your family - looking forward to seeing pics of the new puppy!

5:01 AM  

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