The sun streaming in. Seventeen degrees during dog walk. The cracked iPhone dropped off at Apple for repair. Rearranged living room to try out triptych. A delicious breakfast. I am avoiding the laptop. Avoiding. So I’ll go now and not avoid.
But first a quick Finn update: I’ve taught him to rollover. He’s soooo smart. Took three sessions!
the paper screen looks fabulous ! are you sure that lacquering the shreds of paper won’t work?
Yay Finn!! What a smart fellow!
He really really is. When the apple store said I could bring him in when I returned to pick up my phone, I brought him along, thinking a lot about your post about service dogs. Finn is so attentive to me and well behaved — until he sees another dog. With enough distance and distraction I can almost always calm him but — it’s kind of a constant thing. I won’t say struggle because it’s kind of routine now. But we could never take him reliably in places where there are other dogs. So I could relate to both kinds of dogs that you described.
I hear you on having a dog reactive dog, it’s a lifestyle of awareness. Glad Finn is so attentive to you and trusts to you help him stay calm 🙂
Oh my… one treasure after another. Finn … good dog!
The pitchers are my favorite. But look at the basket!
I think the neighbors emptied his place now. It’s down to old mops and buckets and crushed boxes.
Oh Dee! What finds!! And that Finney-Boy, isn’t he clever?!! Love seeing your living space.
love the little woven house
Thanks Jude. I’m enjoying working in verticals