For the sake of my senior challenge with technology, while my son is here to assist with downloading her photo, I wish to introduce a little addition to my writer’s world in the form of my grandog, Miss Moneypenny, a four month old Victorian Bulldog. She is a complete surprise to me as my son has recently adopted her. They will not be living here but will visit regularly. She is lovely in a unique way and a gorgeous baby. I anticipate a great deal of inspired material in the future. (We are wiping up wet poop behind my desk chair as I post.) Watch for future installments on Penny.
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6 responses to “Precious Penny”
Oh Liz, I’m sure you love Penny but do you need all this extra work!! At least my grandbabies wear diapers.
That’s ok, we are a tad more bohemian here, I just let her run around naked.
Ha and I guess you don’t need to cook bacon on demand either.
No , her bacon is premade treats…when she is old enough to have them. She is going to the vet tomorrow for a checkup.
You guys are nutty 🙂
Yay for sisterly blog conversations about bacon and dog poop.
To put her to sleep or to get her to settle down I read portions of Middlemarch to her.Out like a light!