Thursday, April 8, 2010

30th Square

Gooood Morning!!
Sorry I was absent yesterday, since I was a bit under the weather on Tuesday, I didn't get any stitching done to share yesterday, boo! But I feel just great now!

Today's square is a simple little thing, but it means SO much to me... enjoy!

This square represents my buddies, the joys of my life. Lola & Butch. I can't find words big enough to describe how much I love these two dogs, so I won't even try, but I will say that these dogs are like children to Sean and I, we take them on vacation, we spoil them rotten, and we love them oh so dearly, they love us too...

How could anyone not adore smiling faces like these?
Butchie
Lola


God, I love them! I get a pang when I think of them, even if I've only been away a couple of hours. I wish I could have them with me every minute of the day.

~oxo~
Lisa

6 comments:

beedeebabee♥ said...

Hey Sweetie! I'm so happy you're feeling better today! ... What a happy post! Look at those smiling poochie faces! How could you not love them?! ;D ... Your "woof" square is adorable and that charm is soooo cute! I wish I could reach in and give each of those guys a little kiss on the nose! xoxo Paulette ;)

Hootie said...

I think I totally understand your feelings! I wonder if my DH knows Winston is almost tied with him for my love! (and he's only been with us since November!) I'm sure my kids will someday say, "She loved the dog more than us!" which is NOT really true, but he doesn't act like a typical teenager towards me!

Oh if we lived closer we'd be taking our three loves to the park together! :) Glad you're feeling better. Hugs!

Marilyn said...

Isn't it funny how attached we become to our pets. I feel that way about my cat. I miss him when I am away. Love your dogs smiling faces.

Bossy Betty said...

Soooooo cute and you can see what happy dogs they are!

Scrap for Joy said...

Love the bone!

Jill said...

LOVE that square and what it represents! I so totally get it. I love silly puppy smiles! It really is hard to put into words how we feel about our dogs, isn't it? I'm going out of town this weekend without Hagrid, and I'm already missing my sweet boy.
Hugs,
Jill