We sure have been getting the April showers.
When it’s not raining hard, we run outside to make sure the cardinal nest in the rose bush is ok. Mom said not to do that though.
So we have just been playing with our toys and telling stories.
Then of an evening, I curl up with Mom while she reads.
Bark at ya soon. ~ Lucy
Anticipated events of the Door County Scottie Rally for hoomans include live and silent auctions. Michele Geiger-Bronsky, DCSR founder, has already released a preview of a few such as this Scottie Quilt made by the ladies of the Berlin Wisconsin Senior Center and purchased to donate by Allison Rainboth. Mom can see us cuddled up in this.
Some great pieces of the retired/discontinued Noritake ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’ pattern will be available also… thanks to Rich and Ellen Frielund. This china pattern produced by Noritake between the years 1996 and 1999 is a true collector’s item.
Three custom pet portraits are for auction In Memory of Ruffles de Scottie, our dear friend who crossed the Bridge a year ago after a valiant battle with cancer. Mom has to blink back tears just writing this; we miss her so much. The first is by Alaskan artist Kate Wood whose art medium expertise is watercolor.
Two portraits in colored pencil by artist Elena Adam are in the auction as well.
If you cannot be at the rally and would love to bid on the portraits or china, you can personal message a proxy bid to Michele by 5/19. How fab is that. Bark at you later. ~ Indy and Lucy
we visited Door County, WI for the first time. We were just a year old. ~ Indy and Lucy
Can you believe it is almost that time again?
It is a pirate theme this year. Look at what we had made at PrettiestPets on Etsy.
Of course, we will be rocking our kilts too. It is a Scottish gathering, after all.
We hope to see you at the Rally. Mom and her friend Mary Lauber are giving a workshop on photographing Scotties. There’s also a barn hunt…Brother’s fave and they have added Earth Dog this year. We always get our ultrasounds too. Lots of cool stuff happening: Scottie trivia, auctions, clicker training, pet psychic, memory stones, pet essential oil use, the parade and getting to see all the great friends we have made. If you can, be sure to come and look us up. ~ Indy and Lucy
This week we received box of treats from our friends Bonnie and Clyde and their staff, Mark Smolders and Wendy van Oers all of whom live in the Netherlands. Thanks, the meatballs are super yummy.
Mom bought a really cool garden statuary this week too; it’s about my size.
We hope everyone has a glorious Easter Sunday if you celebrate and if you don’t just have a grateful day. Bark at you later. ~ Indy and Lucy
It’s that time of year and we are looking for some bunny action.
Mom says it just as well we don’t get any since Brother is quite the hunter and bunnies seem to be determined to come in our yard.
Notice Mom has put a cushion down. That was too scary last time when my nail caught and I cried.
We have an Easter basket filled with all sorts of cute little creatures.
I also have bunnies on my Easter dress.
This is an Easter app from Photo Lab. They have a bunch of different ones.
So put on your camo and get out on the bunny trail. See you there. ~ Indy and Lucy
It has almost been a month since we’ve seen you.
Brother is still trying to get my toys. He also bit a box on the porch and it stuck in his teeth and the roof of his mouth.
Dad broke a popsicle stick in half, using it to clean between Brother’s teeth therefore freeing it from the roof of his mouth. Dad learned that in horse dental care.
Our cousin Rhett from Ohio came to see us. We love him.
Mom has been sick so she had some time to play with photo apps. She is better now.
She also did a toy rotation and guess who is back. That’s right. Diet Poopsie.
Bark at you later. ~ Indy and Lucy
We led the parade. It’s about that time again. ~ Indy and Lucy #doorcounty
I had a little pink flamingo. It must be out on rotation. ~ Lucy