Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Random Pictures

In lieu of any sort of clever or funny blog post, I decided to share two random pictures with you. The first is of Laura, in all her glory, picking "flowers" in the backyard. This is one of her favorite pastimes, although seeing as it is only February, there's not much to be picked. In another month or two we'll have cute little purple flowers (that are actually weeds) everywhere in the backyard, and she can pick them to her heart's content.

Please note the jeans under the skirt. I told her that morning it was simply too cold for a skirt and this is what she came up with. She received several compliments at school. I was very proud of her creativity and daring.My next picture is of Moxie last night. I had left one of the couch pillows on the ground, and she assumed that since it was on the ground, she should feel free to curl up on it. Moxie's not a big dog, but she's not tiny either, and I was so impressed that she got her entire body onto it that I let her stay. And that, Internet, is the end of this lame post.

6 comments:

Older and Wiser said...

Hurray, first comment! Very cute pictures. Laura is such the fashion maven!

Christina said...

She is adorable... jeans & a skirt! At least you know she's a problem solver.

Bee and Rose said...

Love the jeans and skirt combo! She is definitely a fashionista, that one! Cute pictures!

Patty said...

I love the picture of Laura picking flowers, especially the outfit, and Moxie is just so cute, she thinks you put that cushion on the floor just for her!

Three Dog Days said...

You should spinkle some wild flower seeds around the yard so Laura has something extra special to pick in the spring time. Fancy is also quite bendy and also a dog who likes her comfort. If there is a hand towel that has fallen to the ground, she will lay on that rather than the tile. Moxie looks sad on her cusion, like she knows you will not let her lay on it again. Buy that dog some dog beds. I have 7 dog beds for three dogs. Plus two beds in the outdoor kennel for a total of 9 beds. Well, at this time I have four, but it will be three again some day. I can't have my dogs laying on the hard floor!

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