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Monday, May 23, 2011

Guess Where Logan Went This Weekend?


Logan got to go into the sewing and yarn room this weekend for the first time since he became a part of our family. I had put up a gate across the door before he got here so that he wouldn't be able to go in and while the gate is still there when I'm not in the room, he will now be allowed to go in when I can supervise him. He did much better than I expected him to do. There was a ball of laceweight that he brought to me, but otherwise he didn't mess with the yarn except to sniff and kiss. The fact that he brought the laceweight to me instead of running away with it made me proud. He did try several times to play with the fiber I'm spinning on the Rose, and both spinning wheels got more kisses and loving yesterday than they had in ages.

Since he was being so good, I actually got to do some cleaning in there and get a few things organized. I even did some spinning and he was very impressed with that! He circled the Rose, watching everything several times. I could see his brain trying to figure out what was going on. He did stick his nose too close to the flyer once and got bonked, but that's an easy mistake to make and I doubt he'll make it again. I'm glad I kept him out of there as long as I did, but it was time to introduce him to the room and all its smells. I had to keep the gate up for Finn anytime I was blocking things because he liked to roll on blocking knits. I'll have to see how Logan does with blocking, but for now, he can come and play with me anytime I go into the room.



Blogger Vanessa said...

Congratulations Logan - with maturity comes greater responsibilities and freedom. Way to go!

1:36 PM  
Anonymous Robby said...

Maybe the wheel inspection was to see if it would be up to his standards for you to spin a bit of puppy yarn?

2:28 PM  
Blogger Lori said...

what a wonderful boy. Lots of biscuits!

3:44 PM  
Blogger Michelle said...

Logan is such a good boy! I just had to gate my craft room off from Nimitz but that's because the cats litter box is in there.

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Congrats on this big step with Logan. My dog also fetches yarn for me, but surprisingly only the yarn that is 100% wool!

1:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are great with your dogs and Logan is such a cute fur ball!

5:45 PM  

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