Above The West Village Knit and Needle

Above The West Village Knit and Needle

Always good to get souvenir yarn.

My sister waited outside the Yarn shop while I popped inside. We were walking back from the parking garage by the River.

Mary had spotted the handsome dog above the entrance.

I bought a couple of skeins of Tuscan Gold DK weight yarn -50% silk 50% Merino wool by Rosie’s Colors in Brooklyn.

Airedale Treat Time -Guest Blog

My grandson Jack (15) took this photo while he was rewarding Henry the Airedale with a dog biscuit.

Henry weighs in at 75 pounds but all you can see is his head and wide open mouth

Winnie the Rescue Dog Guest Blog

LC (Little Cat) isn’t the only one who hides under the cowhide. You may have seen her cattail peeking out from under this exact spot on the Wordless Wednesday post. I took the kitty photo on Sunday when I went to my friends house for lunch

This evening I received these photos from my friend. Jen Salvatore sent them in response to Wordless Wednesday’s post.

Meet Winnie, the rescue dog.

Jen says:

Winnie…she’s our rescue dog…mostly part black lab/American pit bull.She like to play with her toys under there. 🙂

She’s was named after the movie Hocus Pocus…since she was a hopeful adoptee for October. We kept the name since she knew it. 🙂

Winnie takes a turn under the cowhide
photo by Jen
Winnie’s favorite hiding spot photo by Jen
Winnie the Rescue Dog photo by Jen

I told Jen the pics of her pets worked perfectly with the black and white hide and that a Golden Retriever’s coat just wouldn’t be the same.

Meet Oscar

Oscar is a labradoodle who will be one in August. He’s enjoying being part of Laura, James and Charlie’s family. They’re enjoying him, too. ❤️

I don’t think he’s supposed to be on the couch but I wasn’t going to tell him
How do those balloons stay afloat?
A secret for cousin Jack
He moved his head so it’s a blur but he certainly looked tall when he joined me on the couch

Highland Park in the Snow

If you look down into the woods, you can see the grave of the first settler of Highland Park- Alexander Negley (1734-1809)

I’d just driven Steve to work and I wanted to see my favorite tree in the snow, so I drove through the park on the way home.

My #perpetual_puppy_Airedale was along for the ride.

Border Collie Cookie

Friends dropped off home baked cookies and this specially decorated dog cookie definitely resembled their Border Collie, Beau.

I’d say they nailed it.

I photographed Beau December 2018.
Cookie is this Christmas.