Aaaawwww so sweet! Let’s start the week with more readers’ pets taking over the furniture. Seems it’s a dog’s life after all. This little cutie is Buzz, a Jackchi from Dublin. His mum Hilary from Blacklashes left a comment on the last doggie post. “No chance of keeping Buzz our off the couch…thankfully its black leather so not much of a problem…I am thankful that I never got the cream fabric one I longed for a while ago!”
Ian just had to share this cute pic.”2 out of 2 of our bull terriers prefer sofa’s to their own beds! 🙂 This is Basil on the sofa!” (And Ian I hope this new blog runs longer than one post…come on I know you can do it!)
Here is the very blissful Coco. Maybe I should say cool as a cucumber Coco. Her owner Nathalie from Apartment20 fills us in on Coco’s look of contentment. “Coco is a Rottweiler and this is her reaction when we turned on the air the first time this summer. Awww Lucky Coco enjoying the cool air!”
Shelly emailed this adorable shot of Lulu with her favourite chew perched jauntily between the bed pillows. What a cute throw pillow she makes herself but Shelly food and on the bed?! You big softy!
Diane’s solution to a dog invasion of the couch was blankets. “This is Murphy and this was taken not too long before he went to doggie heaven.” With a boy that big no wonder he got the couch Diane.
And finally from Melanie (Carolina Cottage), “Two beautiful dogs on one ugly couch…. Meet my 2 American Eskimo dogs – Shiya and Denver. Denver (on the right) rarely hops up on the couch, so this is a rare shot. The room is a work in progress… aren’t they all?” Let’s hear it for the room in progress. I think we all have one of those. Cute dogs are a good starting point for a design scheme.
OK regular programming will resume soon with a great photographer and an amazing portfolio. I might even have a new (or yet another) photographer crush!
I had such a wonderful day today. Up early, breakfast at our fav cafe then off to Woolloongabba (really does have that many double letters) here in Brisbane for a day of thrift shops, antique shops and those dangerously delightful designer shops that are popping up in this part of town. I spent way too much, my feet are sore but think of the calories I burned weaving up and down the streets. What’s a girl to do when all of you can’t come join the fun? Why send you to other fabulous places… time for a reading guide 🙂