We have a new Bomgaars near us and since I needed so many things for Momma and the puppies, I went shopping today. You all have been so generous that I really enjoyed looking for food, treats, toys, a new puppy bed! These puppies will be so spoiled and they will never experience hunger like their Momma. I spend time in the quilt shop and Momma follows me around and shows me things she knows such as sitting down and politely asking for a treat or a bite of whatever I’m eating. Now how in the world would an owner who gave her treats and taught her to sit without being asked turn into the same evil person who locked her in a shed for over a week without food or water to punish her for getting pregnant? I just don’t understand it.
I still have not had the courage to turn her loose in the yard or bring her into the house. I might ask Connie to help me someday. Connie?
I have quite a few Dirty Dozen quilts/projects to post.
I’d really like to know more about this quilt but the reader not only didn’t put her name on it, she didn’t even tell me who she was in the email. Wish I could convince all of you to put your name on your quilt!
Our friend Connie, L. had her grandson help her refold quilts – along with her dogs, Addie and Mabel!
Becky visited the puppies over the weekend – a lapful of puppies here!
Hazel is still her favorite!
Mrs. Goodneedle who sometimes leaves a comment posted this quilt on her blog with a quilt that I love. Here’s a link to her blog:Mrs. Goodneedle – and here’s the quilt:
I love the low volume pinwheels!
Here’s a beautiful shot of Tim’s cornfield!
Am I caught up?