Thursday, August 16, 2007

Max and Crystal - Resting Dogs

How Much Is That Doggy In The Window?
This is Max and he is allowed to sit on the bow window sill. When I went to take his photo he must of though I was going to yell and tell him to get down. Max is sitting on a pad that I quilted for him. His was scratching the wood sill with his nails. This sweet but very big black lab is Crystal. She is not allowed to "rest" on the bow window sill. I did yell for her to get off not that she listened. I guess it is doggy see doggy do. Crystal is sitting on Max's sill pad, well she is trying too. I have my antique Singer Sewing Machine covered with patchwork bed sheet because Crystal has been spotted "resting" on it when Max is in the window. At least our other dog Summer has not be spotted "resting" in the window. Summer is the good dog who never gets in trouble.


Debbi
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18 comments:

Connie W said...

They both look gentle in the photos, Max looks like he has a bit of sadness, or maybe guilt from scratching the sill?

Beth said...

Well, most quilters do the cat thing...you've got quite the pair there.

meggie said...

Thanks for the Doggy fix! I love dogs, cats, kids, quilts... well almost anything really! LOL.

Rebekah Smith said...

What sweethearts! Crystal is trying so hard to fit on Max's sill pad. Who could resist those faces.

atet said...

What sweet puppies! I've been behind on my blog reading lately -- glad to hear your son is doing better and sure hope they find out what is wrong soon! Love the work you've been doing with your fabrics, can't wait to see what you are doing next!

Gunnels blog said...

So lovely dogs!
thank you for your kind comment on my blog about my cat Elsa :-))

I really love your hand dyed stash!

Angie said...

Cute, cute 'babies', Debbi--how can you scold them. :/ LOL

Deb said...

Debbi, your dogs are adorable! And I love what you're doing with dyeing and printing fabrics.

Yvonne said...

Cute puppies! I like your fabric stamps...very clever use of a dremel tool.

ForestJane said...

Aww... lol
Crystal looks like she has a hard time understanding why Max can sit there with out getting yelled at(and even has a blanket to sit on) and SHE can't... :)

patty van dorin said...

Such cute puppies, it would be so hard to not spoil those sweet little faces.
Love seeing your quilite items, I am getting inspired to pull out some of my fabric.

Laurie Ann said...

Love the doggie pix. Max especially looks ike a little punkin!

Helen said...

Hi Debbie

I haven't been blog reading for a few days and I'm just catching up with yours. I'm glad to read your son is back home and is feeling much better.

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Love the "doggy see, doggy do" thought process working here! Cute, cute!!

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Felicia said...

Max & Crystal are adorable.

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Sweet doggies.

Jenni @ Fairybread said...

It's hardly fair that Max can sit up there and Crystal can't! I think you need to make a dog pad to fit the whole window sill, and look the other way. What else can you do, because Lord knows what they're up to while you're out!