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You'll be helping me spend money. I bought a Lotto ticket on impulse yesterday and hit on 4 out of 6, which should throw somewhere between $50-100 extra into my MDS&W splurge bank! That puppy is too precious - I saw that cute commercial with the little lab puppy at camp and thought of your little boy. Less than a week till we have Puppy Breath around here!

By Blogger Catherine, at 7:28 AM  

Oh, I think I'm going to be spending lots of time here, looking at that sweet little boy. I agree with Catherine's assessment on his lines and build - he's adorably precious now, but he'll be quite handsome as an adult. Thanks for the pick me up.

Is it time for MD yet? I need a great big Bessy Hug!

By Blogger Amie, at 8:10 AM  

What a little manly man he is! And a handsome hunk to boot. Love seeing the photos of you all & the other puppers w/him. Kisses to all.
XOXO,
Marfa

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:24 AM  

Such cute pictures!!! What a doll he is ~ boy, do I love that puppy smell!

So glad Ed's check up went well, and the Doc gave him such sensible advice! :-D

See you in 9 days!!!

Hugs

By Blogger Jennifer, at 10:05 AM  

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Thursday, April 28, 2005  

Once again I'm typing 1-handed, while a cute baby puppy sits /sleeps in my lap. Slow going that, so I must be brief. No real news anyway. Ed improves apace. I'm swamped at work because we're short staffed this week. Spring is creeping across the land. I haven't knit a stitch since Tuesday. I'm finished with the Spring Fling bag except for the utterly tedius i-cord.

I'm checking weather dot com for MSW weekend weather and counting the days - can't count any pennies because I don't realy have any. Or, not many. I don't mind, though. I'm not a first time visitor. I am rich with fiber treats already. I will try to limit myself to $100 total. Of course, I may fail but hey - this is fiber = we're only required to try.

Now - everybody please visit KnitDad's blog and urge him to take his snapped wrist to the doctor.

Beyond that - Good Knitting to all!

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