Well, if I don't start getting some work done pretty soon, we can all blame her! This little cutie pie has the worst control and wants out 3 or 4 times every night. THEN, she wants up permanently between 4:00 and 4:30 a.m. Ron and I are exhausted all of the time but it's hard to be upset when you look into that little face. My model stitchers are going into overtime to help me so that the Little House press doesn't come to a halt! No, that wouldn't happen. . . . .I'd stitch with one eye open if I had to! Hopefully Miss Gracie will mature a bit over the next few weeks (month) so we can go back to life as we once knew it. In the meantime I'll be spending a lot more time designing and less time with needle and thread.
Is it as relaxing to design as it is too stitch?ReplyDelete
Oh, and I feel your puppy pain, we are currently training a Pomeranian puppy. Miss Gracie is a beauty, love her coloring.
Such a little cutie - luv the little button nose.ReplyDelete
Ohhh so looks so cute !ReplyDelete
She has an irresistably cute face!!!! You keep on designing and we'll keep on stitching!!! :)ReplyDelete
Nothin' like a cute little furry thing to take up endless hours away from housework and make life fun!!!! What a cutie! And she looks so cuddly!ReplyDelete
I have loved your puppy pics...thanks for posting them! I also adore her name.ReplyDelete
Happiness IS a warm puppy.
Thanks for sharing the photo! She is adorable. We're just a few months past what you are going through. Our Annie, a Chesapeake Bay retriever, is 7 months old now. She was up several times a night during the first month. Now she sleeps through the night, but her usualy wake up time is between 5 and 5:30!ReplyDelete
What a lovely photo!ReplyDelete
LOL. Love that new photo of Miss Grace. She has a face that could melt any hardened heart.ReplyDelete
I do hope she learns control soon so you all can sleep through the night. Thankfully that it is rare that Rory wakes me. Of course I only get 5 to 6 hours on a good night anyway but that's not his fault. :)