When I see this . . I know it’s time to start stitching.
Oscar looks like such a butterball all curled up asleep . . a sweet little butterball! He’s really not overweight and when he’s standing, he doesn’t look nearly so chunky.
This dog has so much energy. In the mornings, he’s pretty unstoppable. This morning I went out and watered the garden, cooked breakfast, and came downstairs to start stitching. Oscar was in the crate while I wasn’t downstairs and within two minutes, I knew there was not going to be any stitching til he got tired so we went out and played fetch. He’s so cute when he runs. He puts so much effort into it and he’s pretty fast for having such short legs. By the time we came back in, his tongue was hanging out and he was tired. Within a few minutes, he was on the sofa with me and he was asleep.
He’ll sleep a couple of hours, then he’ll wake up with his batteries recharged; we’ll go outside and play again. I told Vince . . the first time we have several days in a row where it rains off and on all day . . we’re going to have a problem. I won’t play fetch with him when the grass is wet because I don’t want him to slip and hurt his back.
Ughh . . he’s awake and wanting to go out. I did get a least an hour of stitching time.
He’s still puppy-like, it seems. I’m glad you DID get some stitching time in!
So very puppy like! Everyone tells me it takes 2 years with dachshunds before they mature enough to act like well behaved dogs. Speck could not have possibly been this crazy for this long! I know I would remember that.