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Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Still life with dog toy

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Since certain people are WAY too interested in what I'm knitting (it would be flattering if it didn't hold so many potential dangers to the knits), pictures of what I'm knitting must be done very carefully. This was taken this morning as the above mentioned "interested" party ate his breakfast in his crate. This, of course is the Mohair Bias Loop that has been growing very slowly. Since it's laceweight yarn, and it blows in the slightest breeze like a mohair spider web, it's very distracting. By distracting, I mean it makes you want to catch it in your mouth and hold it there and taste it, possibly acting as a canine tensioning device as the yarn trails through your mouth on the way to your Mom's hands, who can then knit with wet yarn. Hence the growing slowly.

When he wasn't helping with knitting yesterday, Logan figured out how to open the closet door and proceeded to bring out lace scarves and mitts. I'm sure it was quite helpful in some way or other. This morning he's trying out some home defense - he can see the neighbor's Great Dane through the fence and he's barking very bravely at him, from inside our house. He's definitely settled in and being a puppy!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Nicole said...

Ah, the joys of puppyhood... Enjoy! He sounds like a cutie.

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Janet said...

Be careful, my sister had to rescue unspun fleece from her new puppy. Have treats ready for a "trade".

6:01 PM  
Anonymous Bea said...

You need to get this little guy a kitty friend. What better way to get used to each other than as puppy and kitten. What great friends they'll be.

12:10 AM  
Anonymous Dog Toy said...

Really your post is very informative. A dog toy is a toy that is specifically for dogs to play with. Thanks a lot.....

3:13 AM  

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