Friday, June 26, 2009

Boys...and Dogs

OK, OK. I'm really going to try to be better.



Even the dogs are looking for some new pictures and new stuff to read about. This is the front door where they lay to watch the world. (If you look carefully at the reflection, you can see me with my cane.) Don't even look at the nose prints at their eye-level. I've got the cleaning help coming this weekend. Hopefully we will get to the doors and mirrors. (Maybe not, there is a long list above that little job.)



These are Grandma's big boys. The younger (left) is 16 and the older (right) is 18 and a proud graduate from high school. I can't believe that they are so big. Seems like just a few days ago they were little babies.



And this is the proud Grandma with her two beautiful boys. I'm sure you can see why I'm so proud of them.



I have some socks started. The first pair is the pair I started for my sister's birthday which was at the end of March. Then the bottom fell out of my world and I've had trouble picking them back up. At least she won't need them for a while in this Oklahoma heat and humidity. I'll get them done before cold weather sets in.



The other pair is from Red Heart Heart and Sole with Aloe. This color is called Watercolor Stripe. (The flash washed out the color on the skein. And yes, those are Knit Picks little 4" double pointed needles. I love them!) I think it is going to work up real pretty.

I've also been reading some. I try to read a little at night in bed, before I turn out the light. Unfortunately, Bunny thinks when we get in bed I should turn off the light. (Can't imagine why.) So while I'm trying to read, she is laying there going, "Woof..... Woof..... Woof....." Until I finally turn off the light so I won't have to listen to her. She's a hoot. And Buster, he thinks before he goes to sleep he has to take a bath. So he licks himself and licks and licks everywhere he can reach, all over his body. He gives a big sigh and flops down. Oh, the funny little routines that make up our lives. I'd be lost without these special little(?) dogs.

3 comments:

myboringblog said...

The doggies are so cute watching the world!

Chrisknits said...

Doggies are so funny! Ours has to get as close to on top of you as he can.

Daniele said...

Loving the pictures! The dogs look so happy and the Grandsons are precious as well!! They do grow so fast! I was just bottle-feeding my son and now he'll be 23 soon!

I like those socks. You are all "pastels" girl!! :) Hugs!

OH! Don't forget to turn out that light!!!! ;)