Finn with one of his favorite treats: a whimsy (this one was an alligator). I gave him this whimsy before leaving the house for two hours but he held off enjoying it ’til I got back. So much for distracting him with treats! Poor guy. Is he that nervous while I’m gone?
It’s cold again. Finn has his walker today (which means off leash time with other dogs). I’m planning on a solid day of writing.
Finished this little piece while watching the series finale of Major Crimes. Wah! Not sure why, but I really liked the show (even tho it didn’t hold a candle to the precursor series with Kyra Sedgewick, The Closer).
PS. That moody background blue quilting cotton was a gift from Nancy.
Perfect balance … I love it.
Can’t stop looking at it … so soft and harsh at the same time …. so much going on in this little piece.
Kind of old work meeting new work in a single piece.
How this house seems braced against a fierce wind, seeking the serenity of moon and stars …
Yeah. I see that too. How it fits what’s happening.
May we all find ways to rise above the storm …
Amen to that
a wild beauty!
Thanks. And it’s finished!
it would be nice if bitter wind would be finished too.
Yeah esp on days I have to get out for two walks with the dog, like today. More snow here this morning. Might mean it’s a little warmer.
Aw, love the stormy house! What a great use for the fingerpainting fabric!
My sister’s old dog loved those, mmm…’frosty paws’? – doggie ice cream! He ate them instantly while he chased the small container around the room! Leads me to the thought, maybe if we had to chase our food around, we’d (or I’d, but meaning here we as humans) be a lot thinner! Ha
I sure could use a bit of running for my food this winter, if you know what I mean!
Yep, I think I do! Me too.