Friday, March 18, 2011

In Celebration of the Irish Clear Hound

First, put on these beer goggles.

Meet Sparky, My Irish Clear Hound.  I'm not sure how old she is but she sure is plucky!

Everyone should relieve themselves before the big event, to avoid unnecessary stops.

Places, everybody.

Stay close to your loved ones once all the fun begins.

Ready, set, go!

Be yourself and have fun.

Dance like there's no one looking.

Really show your spirit.

I hope you all had as much fun this week as I did meeting up with others who share my affection for this breed of dog.  I recommend the Clear Hound to anyone. No mess, no fuss, no shedding.  They are totally hypo-allergenic and they never make a sound.  Training is easy-peasy with these beauties, who were originally bred for their incredibly stealthy stalking skills while hunting, but who really make excellent family pets as well.  They are rare, and sometimes hard to find, but worth the effort, and they are surprisingly inexpensive compared to other exclusive new breeds.   Happy St. Patrick's Day folks!

Monday, March 14, 2011

A-B-C, easy as 1-2-3, simple as do-re-mi, baby you and me

Note how she tries to take the camera with Righy? That's my girl. When you have a beverage in your hand, just get what you want with the other. I's no big deal, when you are Hannah the Bold.

Only six months to get back up on that horse again

Six months after Hannah got this hobby horse for her birthday she was finally willing to take a little ride in the basement.   Right after she tried to stick some keys in an outlet.  Age two is evertyhing we could have hoped for. 

Friday, March 4, 2011