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Thursday, October 13, 2011


Mommy finished up her Celaeno shawl (she helped me spell that) for her October Knit Something of the Month Club.  I got to wear it this morning but I really wanted to help her with those little sparkly bumps that are on it.  She says they're beads but I think I could pull them off for her and make it look better.  This is me looking deep into the camera to hypnotize Mommy with my big, dark eyes.  I figure if I can't get those bead things, maybe I can get some bacon.  Mommy says I have to tell you what yarn she used so blah, blah, Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light in the Bacon colorway, blah, blah.  Oh, Mommy says it's not the Bacon colorway, it's Lepidoptra (she helped me spell that one too, but she isn't sure she even got it right).

Here's what Mommy calls a "Detail Shot."  I call it taking a picture of a shawl on my drumstick, which is a little weird.  I mean, OK, the edge is kind of interesting (more of those bead things), but you can't see my pretty coat on my drumstick.  I think I need to get some photos made without shawls because I really don't walk around wearing them in real life - Mommy takes them away from me when she's done getting pictures.  I know where she keeps them though - in the closet place that I'm not supposed to be without "adult supervision" but I know how to open the door now and I play with Mommy's bathrobe which is a magical thing she puts on first thing in the morning to take me outside.  It has a rope thing I can use to pull her along if she's moving slowly.  All Mommies should have a rope thing to get them to move along in the morning!  Oh, I've got to go, she's coming back and I don't want her to know that I can get into the closet by myself.  Bye!

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Blogger Kristen said...

gorgeous! i've yet to bead anything, too intimidating.

it's so thoughtful of you to get yourself a leash so Logan can take you for a walk in the morning!

9:09 AM  
Blogger shortoldlady said...

The right model enhances the shawl! Nice job with the bacon beads!!
Sure hope your mom is bringing you to Rheinbeck - you would be the toast of the show.

11:12 AM  
Anonymous Ginny Z. said...

OMG, I LOVE your dog! The blog post from the dog point of view has me hooked. How do you get these photos? My Charley would have his teeth on that shawl before I could point the camera!

2:07 PM  

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