Saturday, June 4, 2011

Introducing the Pug.

This morning was filled with too many errands on my to-do list and just way to hot to think about painting.  The thought of finally getting a coat of PAINT on the walls is very exciting, but not while feeling like I'm working in a sauna.

So I decided to take my dog, Hannah to the apartment to get her read on it.  Here's one of my favorite photos of her.

Isn't she a cutie patootie?  Her personality shines through in this photo; she's either this way, or the way she is at this very moment - velcro'ed to my leg, snoring.  I adore both.

So we hopped in the car this morning and she became very curious when we turned into the driveway.  She got out of the car and it was as if she had been there before; she climbed the stairs right away and waited at the door for me to open it.  I let her in and she inspected every room as if she was the one making the decision to live there or not (who am I kidding?  Of course she is).  I am pretty sure that she could pick up on the relaxed energy of the place and I could see that she felt very comfortable there.  Woo Hoo!

We went outside again and walked around a little bit; I thought that maybe her new neighbor, Chloe the Great Dane might be out and about, but she was still inside.  The introduction will have to wait.

For me, it was another re-affirmation that this is the right thing to do.  I drove away smiling.


  1. It's always good to get that second opinion.

  2. I've read your first few posts. I'm happy for your new start. I hope you enjoy blogging. There's a lot of support, good will, and beauty here. You make a very nice contribution yourself!

  3. Your dog is a cutie;)
    Happy to follow your blog!
    Lovely greetings...

  4. Yep, sure is a cutie! I'm your new follower - Jacky - but I'm Dicky Birds Nest. Thanks for following me. My niece had a pug that looked like yours, his name was Buster. Sadly he passed on...they did get a new one that looked like Buster only it was a girl. So, my niece said she heard her boys yelling Busty..Busty..(the girl version of Buster??? - who knows what kids think sometimes) she just laughed...her name will not be Busty.