Yesterday I was a dog. Today I’m a dog. Tomorrow I’ll probably still be a dog. Sigh! There’s so little hope for advancement. ~ Charles M. Schulz (1922 – 2000), (Snoopy)

Thank you for all the wonderful comments on Sadie. I’m always amazed how many comments my dog related posts receive. It makes me feel better about my lack of knitting content.

Speaking of lack of knitting content, I’m afraid it’s going to continue for the foreseeable future. I just don’t have much time to knit anymore. I usually have only an hour or two to knit each week, sometimes less.

My Central Park Hoodie has been frogged back again. Kishka sums up my current feelings about this project:

I do have a plan in place to fix this sweater but since spring is here, I’m just hoping to finish it by next winter.

When I have been knitting, I’ve been knitting on my third Log Cabin Blanket:

Sadie continues to settle into my furry family.

Some might even say she’s already spoiled:

I’m discovering new Sadie quirks almost every day. She likes to sleep like this:

Then when I call her name I get this face:

Her visit to the vet revealed that she weights 116 lbs. She should weigh around 80 lbs. Needless to say, we are doing a lot of walking.

The walking is followed by a lot of water drinking:

I caught Kishka sitting like this the other night:

It looks like all she needs is a beer and the remote control.

11 responses

  1. knitterbunny | Reply

    Hee. That face fresh from being buried in the pillows is priceless.

  2. Lovely girls – all 3 (!!!) of them! 116 pound and she should be 80? She must have been free fed. The labs I’ve met have been just a little food obsessed, and I’m being polite. ;0)

  3. Thank you for those wonderful pictures! :o) They make more than up for less kitting. BTW the Log Cabin blanket looks great. That’s too bad that you don’t have more time for knitting.

  4. Ohmygosh! What eyes! It’s a good thing YOU have her. In my house, she’d probably have gained another 60 pounds by now. All she’d have to do is look at me with those eyes and I’d hand over the potato chips and dip.

  5. I enjoy doggie blogs every bit as much as knitting blogs. I love the picture with Sadie’s head stuck under the covers. My little Min Pin, Leyna, does that exact same thing!

    The Log Cabin blanket is lovely.

  6. Yay for dog photos! And for a lovely log cabin blankie.

  7. Good to see Sadie settling in! What an adorable face…and nice to see the other dogs too! ROFL at Kishka’s pose! Lovely log cabin! πŸ™‚

  8. blogfree Jessica | Reply

    I love the look of sweet relief on Sadies’ face. She knows she has her forever home, and she looks very content!
    I love your houndies!!

  9. I just read Sadie’s adoption story! What a lucky girl she is to have a family like yours. πŸ™‚ I’m glad everyone is settling in. A match made in heaven. πŸ™‚

  10. The expressions on Sadie’s face make me laugh.

  11. Glad Sadie is settling in! I LOVE your Log Cabin….

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