Wednesday, 7 February 2007

A Corner of my Shop, Talulla's Boyfriend & Foxy Ladies!!

For a change i thought i would post a few pictures of corners of my shop.

You see, the corners of my house are just too darn messy to be seen by anybody!!!
From the pictures of the shop you can see that i sell a lot of hearts and spotty things!!

It has been a mixed few days - highs and lows.
Stephen's lovely Nan sadly passed away yesterday and we will all miss her but she had kind of had enough and will no doubt be happily sitting with her husband again xx
On a medium note and probably why i feel a little drained emotionally is that we have had the builders in for the last few days fixing peg tiles and painting the outside of our home.
I do want to move to Scotland desperately but it will be sooooo hard to leave this little house we call home xx

But on a happier note.......... Meet Talulla's bestest boyfriend .....

xxxxxxxx HUDSON xxxxxxxxx
A handsome blondie .. my dog has such good taste!!!
He likes digging HUGE holes, swimming and flirting with the ladies!
And here are my happy, happy girls - yes that is the big heavy Talulla laying on top of the teeny tiny Bean!!!
Talulla has not yet worked out where all the room on the chairs has gone!
Today they are my " Foxy Ladies"
Yep - you guessed it - they spent most of today's walk rolling in fox poo.
I cannot tell you how awful the smell is and how difficult it is to get rid of. The girls had to be washed 3 times with mint shampoo and i am sure i can still detect a slight odour!!

That's all for today - i am off to tidy the house and sit at my sewing machine for the evening.
See you all soon xx


Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Tracy - I love your shop photo, and each successive photo of Tallula and Bean seems to beat the previous one. Is she definitely yours now?

carolyn said...

Your shop is gorgeous! As of course are Talulla and Bean, glad to see she has settled in so nicely.
So sorry to hear anout hubbies Nan, it is always sad when someone dies but maybe not quite so sad when you know that they had had enough as you say. But of course she will be missed by you all. Condolences to everyone.

Nonnie said...

Your shop looks really lovely. Really sorry to hear about your husbands Nan. But I think you're right in saying that sometimes it's not so sad when you know they've had enough of life and they will be joining a loved one. The girls look so cute curled up on the armchair.

Tracy said...

Hi Sue
Bean is all ours - just waiting for her paper work to be sent to us and we can transfer her into our name with the Kennel Club and then its all official xx

dede warren said...

my thoughts are with you and your family, so sorry for your loss. you have a wonderful blog. thanks for sharing.

Twinkle Pink said...

My condolences to you and your family, its always sad when an elder of the family passes taking with them all that history and memories.

On a lighter note your photo's of the dogs do make me laugh. Each time I see Talulla she is in a different snoozing position....

Best wishes Ginny

claire said...

I must visit your real life shop before you move off to Scotland.
The doggies are so sweet!

Jo said...

Sorry for your loss, I know what you mean about having enough but we still miss them.
Your shop looks lovely, I wish I lived nearer then I could come and see it in the flesh

Cherry Menlove said...

Wow, you have such a beautiful shop. I can understand what a tug it is to leave it all. I'm so sorry about your husbands nana. I miss mine every day. She was such an example of how to be and I loved her so mch.

Cherry xx