Tuesday, August 05, 2008

By Popular Request!

If by popular I mean one person, that is...

The Frygirl wanted pictures of her pup, but first, updates.

The baby bunny from a couple of posts ago is doing well and is obviously gorgeous. Isn't it the sweetest?

Here is the largest ball of twine with two of my favorite models.

Of course I had to try and knit on it. I know, the camera added 50 pounds. So sad.

Really tried to knit it. Twine is tough, tougher than cheap cotton yarn, even.

When I say "bye bye," people listen. Is it the fun or the air conditioner? I have a feeling it's both.

What do we like about bye bye? Swimming! We need a decent rain, oddly enough, because Shoal Creek is getting a bit low. The only bad thing about walking around in the creek is the crawfish. They scurry away and it sort of creeps me out. The North Fork of the Red River, what I'm used to, is a lot clearer and only has minnows.

He's such a cutie! He's at the top of the waterfall in the picture below this one.

Notice the house in the background? I think it has the coolest backyard. Floods, not so much, but right now? Gorgeous.

Is this happy trails or happy tails? Trick question because it's BOTH!


Susan said...

I love that pic in the vehicle. So much anticipations. Where we going, Mom? Are we there yet???

ChelleC said...

I love these photos! Oh how sweet. And I bet thosee ball of twine was murder to knit with. You can tell that Lucky had the best time of all.

Now tell me the truth, are you adopting that cute bunny?

ChelleC said...

I meant THAT ball of twine, not THOSE. Isn't that the biggest ball of twine exhibit you're at? I'm sure there's only ONE of those. Shesh, I need more coffee. Fill 'er up.

Laura said...

Lucky loves bye bye. If he behaved as well in the house as he does the car, he'd be an inside dog. Usually after Happy Rock Park, we go to Sonic for a diet cherry limeade and a water.

You know I had to try to knit the twine. :D It was there, after all. Yep, it's the world's largest. I made Dirk stop by on our way home from his parents' house.

I wish I could adopt the bunny, it's so sweet! I'm glad my hugging and loving on it while I could didn't hurt the bunny. If you put them back for their moms to find, they're fine.

fleegle said...

What a great ball of twine! Crochet would probably be easier...

ChelleC said...

Tell the Fry Girl Welcome Back!!! Big Hugs!

Slow and Steady Wins the Race