Can you guess what Henri is thinking right now?
It’s the perfect day for relaxing in the park. And what tastier snack than a few choice grass blades to snack on?
I just love it when people take time out of their day to create etsy treasuries that feature something from my shop. What a compliment!
Here is a recent favorite:
The appeal of the mustache just doesn’t fade.
Here’s what I did this weekend, how about you? Hope it was a happy and renewing break for you, too!
I’m so happy to tell you the shop is up and running again.
Baby brother Noah is 6 weeks old now and I think that’s old enough for walks to the post office once more! Our next challenge: getting Liz to work on new inventory during naps– with my help, of course! 🙂
Sometimes, when I go walking on the beach, I find a tasty little piece of seaweed that I just cannot resist!
I always choose this kind to have a little chew on. It is kind of rust colored, with little balls along it that have leaves attached to them. The balls pop when you crunch them!
My collar started to fall off, but this did not deter me for long!
I just continued without it! Actually, I do not swallow any of this seaweed. I just like to bite it and rip it to shreds.
Once that was accomplished, I was ready to continue my walk, with a little bit of a sandy face! Maybe to find more seaweed scraps to chew on, or sniff at old mussel shells…there is so much to do at the beach!
I received some exciting news over the holiday period. Two of Liz’s paintings of me sold!
One of them was on display at my friend’s fabulous dog spa, Biscuit Magoo, in Staten Island, New York:
and this one was for sale in the etsy shop:
I didn’t get to help pack the first one up, but I did help with the second. It was hard to say goodbye, but I know it was going to a good home!
I made Liz put a little surprise in the back:
Do you think she will like it?
Hello everyone and Happy 2009 to you! I hope you all had a great holiday season. Can you believe we are already heading into the end of January? Wow, time flies…
Well, I don’t know about you but I had a very nice Christmas and New Year. Here is a little glimpse into how I spent most of my time.
With my Auntie Emily:
with my great-grandpa Mark:
with my Grammy:
with my Auntie Irene:
I did wake up periodically to partake in some of the festivities. Do you remember Kristin? She came over one evening and gave me another of her famous massages:
Then for New Year’s we had some family come to stay with us–Jon’s cousin Matt and his girlfriend Erin, who are doing an exciting around-the-world trip, made a stop in San Diego! I hung out with them on New Year’s Eve:
But I didn’t make it till midnight.
Matt kept thinking it was amusing to play tricks on my while I was trying to sleep:
Yeah very funny. Can’t he see that I already have my own set of bunny ears??
This is to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukah or whatever holiday you might like to celebrate around now! I also want to wish you a very happy and healthy 2009.
Do you think I look happy about being forced to dress up as an elf?
In the past, there have been reindeer antlers, visits to Santa’s photo booth and other torturous incidents, but this year’s pictures definitely turned out better than ever. Or so Liz says.
Personally, I’m not sure. All I know is that I am quite accommodating–I did get about 20 treats out of this photo session, though, so it wasn’t all bad!
See you again after the holidays!