He has American eagle tats on his arms and chest.
This last one shows the texture in the trouser fabric- it is black with little threads of red and white.
This is a sleepy little one.
I wanted to show you this pic so you could compare it to this one, before all the snow. Although the step that the pug is next to isn’t even showing at the bottom of this photo!
Yes, I am completely snowed under. It is impossible to describe how awful it is because really, it looks kinda pretty, right?
But we are all dealing with freezing cold temps, ice dams and leaking roofs, terrible roads and sidewalks, interspersed with perfect ones like this (ours, thank you Ben!). No parking anywhere, traffic jams, broken down mass transit. Giant snowdrifts that make every corner, whether you are driving or walking across the street, a potentially deadly blind spot. Coming up next, flooding. Everybody is stressed and cranky. I can’t wait until spring but it is going to be a while yet.
That’s our car in the driveway.
But, I am very thankful that I work at home. And I have gotten some things done. I have 2 babies to show you (another tomorrow), that I put together in December but never got around to finishing. Hello Baby!
All the snow is apparently inspiring me to use some really bright colors!
He has a VERY bright yellow scarf, wool/angora blend which means soft and fuzzy.
You can’t see his curly little tail- a problem when photographing black.
We are expecting another snow storm tomorrow and I will be putting these into my Etsy shop then.
Another pug, this one is soft colors and also soft textures! She is all soft cashmere and wool/angora blend!
And yes, we got snow- lots and lots and lots of snow. I took her photo in the same place as the polka dot pug, just to give you an idea. The snow makes me thankful that I work at home and don’t have to worry about the messes it causes- no parking, slow traffic, slippery roads. I can just appreciate how pretty it looks for now.