Thursday, 17 January 2008

looking forward........

lots to look forward to.........

new pup - the latest picture from the breeder x
i am sure he has doubled in size in less than a week..........






lots to enjoy now
visitors from afar....
Mr Afterburn and his two hounds x

enjoying a little Scottish air



new stock arriving
lots to photograph
lots to try not to keep.....



struggling with the awful light




looking forward to Valentines



it feels good to be looking forward x

t x

18 comments:

Pipany said...

That's such a lovely postive post Tracy; I am looking forward too and thoroughly enjoying the view! xx

Ragged Roses said...

And what a lot of good things to look forward to! Glad this year sounds so exciting for you
Kim x

Kitty said...

Hope you have a lovely time with Mr Afterburn and his dogs. I'm sure the pup can't wait to get to you! x

weebug said...

i absolutely love that little metal heart...perfection!

driftwood said...

oh that metal heart is just fantastic!

hope Mr Afterburn has a good visit.
he hasn't written anything for a while....

when can you collect the puppy?

Tracy's Mum said...

Love you lots,looking forward to seeing you soon,my darlings.xxxxxxx
Mummy.xxxx

mollycupcakes said...

Hi Tracy,
Awww the pup looks so cute.
And love the love heart, did you sew that yourself?
and whats it on?

Well done honey for looking forward, I'm with you on that one.
Hugs
Catherine x

Clang Clang said...

love the post, love the pup, love the heart envyenvyenvy x

French Knots said...

Give Mr Afterburn our love.
Bet that puppy can't wait to start life with you

Vintage to Victorian said...

So pleased to hear who your visitor(s) is(are). Thought it might be Mr A and the dogs! That Scottish air will do them all good and I'm sure you'll feel so much better having him close at hand for a while.

This is my last few minutes of sanity and peace before the 3-day onslaught!!

Thinking of you all up there. Enjoy!
Sue

Katie twinkles said...

So pleased Mr afterburn has made it to the North. I hope he has a most wonderful, healing time. I am so excited about puppies as I am very possibly adopting one too, but I had to stall as I realised watching my friend Caroline doing trix with her Pup that I had a lot to learn about discipline xx as I would jst have let the pup romp all over the place. I have a real thing for the animal world right now and my latest hobbie is bird-watching. Oh my! what is happening to me?

Kat-in-a-flap. said...

Hi Hun,
My dad used to say something about the moving hand having hath writ.......it meant don't look back you can't change what has gone before only take strength from surviving the experience....then move on and look forward.
I love your pup he is so sweet and new with everything to look forward to.
What will his name be ???
I feel good about this year too,I'm 40 at the end of it !!!!!!
Love and light to you and best wishes to P.
Kat xxxxxxx

PurpleFlowerFairy said...

how exciting to look forward to bringing your new puppy home! love the button valentine =) debbie

Jane said...

Lovely post, lovely photos, keep on keeping on as they say, thanks for your nice email. The heart looks very elegant
J
x

Dragonfly said...

Oh, he's an adorable pup, isn't he?
Love the heart too. Isn't it great to be looking forward? I'm trying, really trying and with small steps, I thing I'm winning too.

jules said...

new pup looks really cute, it looks like you are really going to have your handsfull with all the new animals. How are the sheep settling in have you added any more to your "flock". Keep posting I look forward to all your news.

jules xx

trashalou said...

Ooo! Kat-in-a-flap had a good question.... what will houndling's name be? Something local like Haggis, Robert or Jackie? Or something befitting the man-hound he will be come - Octavius, Claudio, William? Please at least give us seem leading hints...

Send southern greetings to Msr. Afterburn and le Franglais hounds.

(Do the girls mock their accented barks? It was one of CK's reasons for not moving to Australia. All those nasty 'Strine dogs would take the mick out of the pommies!!)

Lacy said...

Good post.