Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Creative KJ's Corner Year In Review - Top Blog Post in 2008

It is the last day of 2008 and I can't help but look back over the course of the year at my little corner of the world wide web and reflect on some of my favorite and my most popular posts. I had a lot of fun blogging this past year! I wish I had more time to blog, but with six kids, seven alpacas, a husband, a dog, and three cats, I just don't have the time to sit down and blog or even formulate coherent thoughts most days. When time allowed, however, there was so much fun, crazy, hectic, and strange content that came from my life with all of those people and animals!

My loom knitting and spinning communities have been so much fun for me too! I have really enjoyed creating my loom knitting how to videos and conducting my loom alongs on this blog! I had a really busy year designing loom knitting patterns and this is where I've documented a lot of this work. I really enjoy designing for my family and then sharing these designs with the loom knitting community! Loom knitting has been such a great creative outlet for me!

Looking back over the past twelve months here are some of my favorite, most memorable and/or most popular posts from oldest to newest:


Are you looming without obligation? In this post I wrote about a funny comment I read from a member of my loom knitting community on yahoo. She was commenting about feeling so inadequate because, although she had been looming for awhile, she still plotted along fairly slowly and felt as though she wasn't keeping up with the rest of her looming community. She would get one project done in a week and she kept hearing how so and so got 5 hats, 10 scarves, and 5 pairs of mittens done in one week... Then I read the most hilarious post from another gal saying she felt the same and so made 1,000 sweaters, 50,000 hats, blah, blah, blah. I had to laugh. It was an exaggeration of course, but it was funny none the less!


What are you loom knitting? In this post, I decided to start a loom knitting meme. I was always reading these needle knitting memes and I wanted to start one just for the loom knitters.


My Best Friend Died Yesterday In this post I opened up my heart and poured out all of my raw emotions. I had just found out my best friend died from cancer and I needed to find my voice to release some of my pent up feelings. This post received a lot of page views and people poured out support to me in my time of grief.


Tuesday's Toot - I am a Top Momma! All of my loomy friends and loyal bloggy friends kept me on the Top Momma front page for 10 days! Thanks for giving me that warm fuzzy goodness of sticking around for a few days at least!


Hubby took a tussle with a deer last night! I just finished talking to my hubby maybe 20 minutes prior. I told him I loved him and would see him in about a half hour. I hung up, jumped in the shower, got the girls ready for bed, and just sat down to rock-a-bye baby with my two year old (she still likes some extra special snuggly times with me before night night time), when the phone rang again. It was my hubby! That's strange, I thought when I picked up the phone. He didn't sound so good. He was breathing a little heavy and I could hear the two kids he had with him chattering excitedly in the background. He say's "Yeah, we had an accident."


Wordless Wednesday - We are expecting a pillow and a teddy bear any day now! In this picture post I captured some of the joys of motherhood!


My jam packed weekend of fiber, fun, animals, and friends! In this post I shared pictures and a little story of me meeting one of my online loom knitting friends!


A Harrowing Experience In this post I shared, what is in retrospect, a hilarious tale of me chasing all over the countryside six alpacas hell bent giving me a heart attack!


Spinning like mad I hate to say this, but I have one of those obsessive compulsive personalities. I usually get completely and totally obsessed with something, can't get enough of it, and eventually crash and burn out on it, sometimes I completely abandoned it and never look back (rubberstamping anyone?). Sometimes something else waves itself in front of my face and tempts me away from my current fascination. Well, something waved itself in front of my face and I hate to say it, but I can't seem to stop playing around with my new found toy. I am now spinning with my drop spindle like a mad woman...


Tuesday's Toot - I was on T.V. Yesterday! I got my 15 minutes of fame!


My Crazy September It was crazy. We had a baby (alpaca - in September). I turned 39 (in September). Went to my highschool reunion (in September). Appeared on T.V. (in September). Had a farm tour (in September). My son turned 8 (in September)...


My Loom Knit Dishcloth Design Published in Calendar of Hope! A very popular post! I was very honored to have my loom knitting design published in a needle knitting Calendar put together to benefit Breast Cancer Research!


At 12:42 AM we were awakened by gunshots at the side of our house... A very frightening experience!


Loom Along with me - Half Finger Gloves on long yellow KK Day 1 The first of a 10 day series of video posts of me making a pair of half finger gloves on my long yellow knifty knitter loom! A very popular series of posts!


My new toe socks on the knitting loom! I shared a picture of my latest accomplishment on my knitting loom!


Memory Lane In this post I shared a great way to spend an afternoon...What memories have you uncovered recently?


What do you think? In this post I shared the saga of our stolen dog...


First Lost Tooth on Thanksgiving Day! Another mile-stone documented!


ETA: My most popular post of 2008: The Bounty I documented my trip to the big 2008 Knit and Crochet Out event at the Mall of America and my opportunity to meet Isela Phelps!

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Contest of wills

My husband and I were finishing up some errands this afternoon quick in preperation for my family coming here for our Christmas celebration. He stopped quick at the bookstore (to get me a gift card, I am sure). I was going to just stay in the van and wait but my three year old right away said she had to go potty. I reluctantly got out of the van and headed for the store. My daughter and I went straight to the bathroom and into a stall next to an occupied stall. She right away said she had wet her pants (she hadn't) but she was adament she had. When she gets like that, she flat out refuses to put her pants back on. I didn't have any extra pants in my purse (although there is just about everything else in there :D) so I said to her she had to put them back on, she had no choice. She shook her head fiercely. I again said she had to. She said "No, I don't want to." I said again she had to. She of course got extremely upset at this point and started yelling "No, I don't want to!" I said to her then, "Amanda, you HAVE to have pants on when you go back out in the store rather you want to or not, you have no choice". This got a chuckle out of the occupied stall next to ours. My daughter of course still yelled out, "No, I don't want to." I said then, "Amanda, you can't go out in the store naked!" My daughter innocently looked up at me, tugged at her shirt and said, "But I have a shirt on." LOL!

After the bookstore bathroom incident, we headed to the grocery store. My husband has been battling a cold. He asked me if I had any Kleenix. I reached into my pocket and handed him one. My daughter right away pipped up and said she needed a "Kweenix". My husband told her she didn't need one because her nose wasn't running. She looked at him and said, "I need a Kweenix, I have burgers in my nose!" LOL!

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Glittens LAL - Day 4

How to place stitches on DPNs and kitchener stitch the finger flap:

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

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Friday, December 5, 2008

Cutting it close...

This is a picture I took of my two year old just yesterday. She is wearing the new Perfect Fit Toddler Mitts I designed recently. Her bangs were the perfect length and she was looking so adorable. I trimmed her hair a few weeks back and it was finally growing in, perfect timing for her 3rd birthday on the 15th.

Here she is now:

She got a hold of the scissors a few hours ago while I was making supper and there is a good 2 inches of her forhead showing! Oh well, at least she has some of her bangs left!

Glittens LAL - Day 3

How to do the short row on the tips of the fingers:

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

I interrup my LAL to appease Robin :D

Here you go Robin:

1. Wrapping paper or gift bags?
I will use whatever. I've wrapped gifts in comics, brown paper bags I've rubber stamped, even fabric. I have also used gift bags if they are handy. I am not loyal to either :D

2. Real tree or Artificial?
I love the smell of real trees but don't have the time to give a real tree the attention it truly needs. I have a fake tree but haven't put it up in years. The tree fit in our old house (it is over 7 feet tall) because of the vaulted ceilings. The ceilings in the house we live in now are standard height and the tree would look rediculous in here. So, once again, I am not loyal to either :D...I do however like to put garland up on our deck with lights!

3. When do you put up the tree?
See answer 2.

4. When do you take the tree down?
Answer 2 again.

5. Do you like eggnog?
Yes, I do actually. I've even had it for breakfast :D

6. Favorite gift received as a child?
My first walkman!

7. Hardest person to buy for?
Starting a few years ago I began making my gifts. My dad is by far the toughest to make for, then I would say my brother. I see a box of homemade cookies in their future again this year :D

8. Easiest person to buy for?
My mother. I can think of a billion things I would love to knit or crochet for her. Then, I would say my kids. It seems lately, everything I design they squeal with delight and can't wait for me to make them a pair or they just plan snatch it when I am not looking.

9. Do you have a nativity scene?
Yes I do. I cross stitched one many years ago, way back when cross stitching was my passion! LOL

10. Mail or email Christmas cards?

11. Worst Christmas gift you ever received?
Nothing rings a bell. I must have liked everything I've ever received.

12. Favorite Christmas Movie?
It's a Wonderful Life with James Stewart. I cry everytime I see it. Then my next favorite is How the Grinch Stole Christmas, tears for that one too.

13. When do you start shopping for Christmas?
Oh, I start designing and making gifts 2-3 weeks before Christmas. I am a big procrastinator.

14. Have you ever recycled a Christmas present?
No, I don’t think so.

15. Favorite thing to eat at Christmas?
Gingerbread cookies. In fact, now that I write this, I am going to have to make some.

16. Lights on the tree?
Lights, but I prefer just one color. I just love it when I see a tree light up all in one color! Multi colored lights I think look gaudy.

17. Favorite Christmas song?
Oh Little Town of Bethlehem and What Child is This?

18. Travel at Christmas or stay home?
Since Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are always shared between our house and my three step children's mother's house, we couldn't travel if we wanted to.

19. Can you name all of Santa’s reindeer?
Of course.

20. Angel on the tree top or a star?
I have a beautiful angel with these cool fiber optic lights, but as I mentioned in answer number 2, I haven't had it up in years.

21. Open the presents Christmas Eve or morning?
We always opened gifts on Christmas Eve after attending church services when I was a child. My husband never objected so I've carried on with the tradition in my family.

22. Most annoying thing about this time of the year?
Not being able to go to the store to buy shampoo or toothpaste because there are a million people in the stores and you can hardly move and people are just downright rude and obnoxious.

23. Favorite ornament theme or color?
I love the old world look.

24. Favorite for Christmas dinner?
Pumpkin pie!

25. What do you want for Christmas this year?
You know, there isn't a single thing on my wish list this year. So, what I really want this year is lots of time with family and loved ones.

26. Who is most likely to blog about this?
It's anyone's guess.

27. Lights, blinking or always on?
Always on. Blinking lights are in that same category of multiple colored lights, I find it gaudy.

Monday, December 1, 2008

Glittens LAL - Day 1

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

Note: the LAL is for the right glove only, to complete a pair, pick up the pattern here.

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Friday, November 28, 2008

First lost tooth on Thanksgiving Day!

My daughter came up to me in a dark room to show me. She insisted I take her picture with my camera phone. She was so proud. All those little milestones! And on Thanksgiving Day, 2008, none-the-less! Congratulations Paige!

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Mini LAL Loom Knit Christmas Ornament Day 3

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! So sorry I didn't get this last video posted until now. I have been very busy the past few days. Enjoy!

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Glittens errata, and a new LAL video series coming soon!

If you purchased my Family of Loom Knit Gloves, please download a new file (if you still have your download link) or please download the Glittens Errata file here.

My Loom Knit Half Finger Gloves LAL video series was so popular and I received so many wonderful comments! I had a lot of fun doing it too! I am a visual learner and know how frustrating it is to read something over and over again and it just doesn't click! That is why I will be having another LAL right here on my blog! Next up, Glittens! Stay tuned!

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Little Stinker!

Remember last week when I mentioned my soon-to-be three year old threw my contact lenses away? Apparently she doesn't want me to see at all. Yesterday she threw out my glasses! I had a heck of a time finding them since I am very blind without any sort of visual aid! I mean, I am blind as a bat! I have to put everything right under my nose to see it. How miserable trying to find my glasses without glasses! I had to ask my husband for help when he came home. He finally found them stuffed into the garbage! She must have grabbed them off of my end table while I was sleeping. What a stinker! Needless to say, my day wasn't very productive yesterday!

Monday, November 17, 2008

Toe Sock Test Knitter Needed!

Remeber a few weeks back I posted my toe sock prototype? I am almost finished writing up the first draft of my pattern and I would love to have you test knit it for me. If you are interested in giving this pattern a shot, please contact me for further details! You will need either a long yellow KK loom or the long pink KK loom, two sets of loom clips, a loom tool, a crochet hook, a tapestry needle, and a skein of worsted weight Lion Brand Wool Ease or worsted weight Lion Brand Wool. If you decide to make your toes each a different color you can do that! If you want to add stripes, you can do that too! Have fun with the pattern. Don't forget, I would love to see a picture! I really would like this pattern test knitted no later than Sunday the 30th of November.

Friday, November 14, 2008

The dog saga continues!

It gets better. My eldest stepdaughter called her mom as soon as she came home from school yesterday and asked her mother where the dog was and when she was going to bring it back. Her mom denied taking it. She even demanded she speak with her other daughter to tell her she didn't take the dog and that she was mistaken! I thought to myself, "Oh, that's a good one, first you teach them it is ok to steal, now you are trying to teach them it is ok to lie!"

I turned to my other stepdaughter and asked her what she really saw and she broke down in sobs. She said she saw her mom take the dog with her own eyes. She said she put the dog on her lap in the van and they drove off with the dog. She even said she begged her mother not to take the dog. She then cried out to me that her stepdad (her mom's husband) didn't want her mother to take the dog and said it wasn't a good idea. She clearly didn't want her stepdad to get into trouble too for her mother's actions!

When my husband came home from work, my eldest stepdaughter right away ran up to him and told him that her mom claimed she didn't take the dog. He said he spoke with the sherrif and that the sheriff spoke with the kid's mother. She said she knew she was lying. The officer said she believes the kid's mother gave her false information and if she does not return the dog she will be charged with that. The officer also mentioned she would stop by in a day or two to see if the dog is returned or not and question the children. This was horrific news for my stepdaughter that witnessed the theft. She dropped to the floor on her hands and knees and just sobbed!

My son handed me this yesterday when he came home from school:

He loved that dog! He used to come home from school and run around the yard and the field with her. On the weekends he would play outside with her for hours. When he handed me the artwork, he had a sad look on his face. He said he made it a couple days ago at school and now he doesn't have his dog anymore to play with.

Thursday, November 13, 2008

What do you think?

About a month ago we woke up and spotted a puppy out on our back deck. We asked around the neighborhood if anyone lost a dog and no one was missing one. We decided someone just dropped her off at our place in the middle of the night abandoning her here. She is a perfectly lovely dog. We blieve she is part Healer and part Coon Hound. She is still a puppy. We estimate her age to be around 6-8 months or so. She is already a big dog. I know dogs do not reach their full size for a year to two years. She is going to be much bigger and hasn't grown into her large paws yet.

The weekend after we aquired her, my three step-children's mother came and picked up her children for visitation. She spotted the dog and instantly wanted the dog. She insisted the dog was just what she was looking for. She kindly called us and asked if she could take the dog since the kids told her the dog was abandoned at our doorstep and we hadn't gone out and purchased the dog. At this point, we had already decided we were keeping the dog. The kids live with us and they see the dog daily. Their mother lives in a tiny little trailer in town with a very small yard. We live in the country on 40 acres. We didn't feel her tiny little trailer was anyplace to keep a dog, especially a dog with the potential of getting much larger than she already is. We told her no, she couldn't have the dog.

Over the course of the past weeks, my step-children's mother has made increasingly more persistent and nastier demands that we give her the dog. She even went so far as to leaving a threatening message on my husband's phone last weekend about the dog. She then left him a second message apologizing and saying she has no rights to make demands that we give her the dog.

Last night the children once again went with their mother for visitation. My husband and I had placed our three youngest children in the care of my husband's brother while we went into town shopping. We were not home when their mother brought the children back home. She promptly loaded the dog up into her van and took the dog home with her!

We were not made aware of this theft of our dog until this morning since the children were all in bed sleeping when we came home last night. It didn't occur to us the dog wasn't there when we came home. She usually would come running up to us wagging her tail in greeting. We got home late and we were tired. We didn't even realize she wasn't there.

My husband woke me up as soon as he heard the news from the kids this morning. We discussed it and decided we needed to call the police and report it.

At first the police officer didn't understand the situation. She assumed the dog was a mutually owned dog between the kid's mother and my husband. She assumed they had recently split up and that the dog was owned by them together. She tried telling my husband that there wasn't anything she could do and that there wasn't anything wrong with her taking the dog. He right away had to correct her. He let her know that they had not been "together" for almost 10 years! The dog was ours and we got her about a month ago. The kid's mother never owned the dog. He informed her about the threatening phone message the kid's mother had left on his cell phone and then the message after that apologizing for threatening him and saying she was going to take the dog.

So far we do not have out dog back. We felt calling the police and reporting this theft was the best message we could send to the children. We do not feel the children should be allowed to see their mother make demands on something and when she doesn't get it, to just go ahead and take it anyway. This message she was sending the kids is a very strong message that it is ok to just take something you want even if it isn't yours and you do not have permission to do so. My one stepdaughter didn't feel it was a problem. She got very angry at us this morning when we said we needed to call the police. I sure hope this situation works out for the better. In the past when we have had to call the police for things my step children's mother has done, she has gone nuts and has tried getting back at us and has tried making our lives a living hell. It really is unfortunate she made this move since over the course of the past few years things have really settled down between our two households. It was best for the kids and for both families.

What do you think?

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Not seeing very clearly...

...because my soon-to-be three year old decided to play in the bathroom this morning while I was doing chores outside and dumped the contents of my contact lens case somewhere, nowhere to be found, especially since I don't see very well with my glasses that are over six years old! Breath...1, 2, 3...breath...4, 5, 6...breath...7, 8, 9, 10...breath...

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Bad Habits - When your two year old get's nasty!

My soon-to-be three year old said to me this morning, "Mommy, you're stupid!" I did just what I wasn't suppose to do according to the article I read here. I swirld around from the toaster and asked her in a stern voice, "What did you say?". She grinned and said it again, "Mommy, you're stupid!". Of course I know where she got that, her older brother's and sister's are always calling eachother stupid. I hate it when they do that. No matter how much I get after them, they still treat eachother that way.

The above mentioned article also mentions something else my two year old is doing right now that drives me nuts. She insists on picking out her own cloths (inappropriate for the wheather they may be), I allow it. Lately though, she has become obsessed with tags. I don't think there is anything left in her closet that has a tag on it, but she still hollers and tears off all of her clothes and claims it is hurting her. She wants to run around the house in the buff! I personally don't know how she can stand it since it isn't very warm in the house since our weather has turned cold and snowy. Usually she picks out shorts and a tank top. Sometimes her swim suit. I just can't get the child to wear a sweatshirt or a sweater! I know I am cold, I know she has to be. But, according to the article, she is exerting her independence. Oh well, I'll concede for now. Too bad they don't stay independent! But, that's another story...

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Memory Lane

My digital camera is a Sony CD Mavica. A big beast of a camera my husband bought for me 8 years ago. It takes these mini cds that when you take a picture, the image burns right onto the cd. When the one-time-use cd is full (or when I am ready to get images off of the disc), I finalize the disc, pop it out of camera and pop it into my computer. Since I've had this thing for so long I have mountains of these little cds piled up in my office, piled up in my yarn stash closet, piled up under my bed (oops, did I say that?)...well, you get the idea. I usually am in a hurry to get the images on the cd onto my computer so I don't bother with writing on the cd what exactly is on the cd. In fact I am terrible at recording what is on the cds. After time I always archive the images I've placed onto my computer and shuffle them off somewhere without a label too (I know, I am terrible).

Today I sat down with the hopes of finding a recent picture I took (from this past spring) and starting popping one cd after another into my computer and reviewing the contents. What a treasure trove of memories! I found pictures from 6, 7 years ago...the kids were so young then! I sat and looked through pictures of my 5, soon to be 6 year old daughter's of my two year old's first of our puppies we had when we lived in our old of a baby fawn my husband found curled up in the tall grass at our old place, lying so still, not moving a muscle, waiting for it's mother to return....

I never found the picture I was looking for. What I did find was a great way to spend my afternoon. I kept calling the kids into the office to come look at this picture or that. They laughed so hard at themselves. My two year old kept pointing at the cute little baby which was really pictures of herself :-)...

What memories have you uncovered recently?

Friday, November 7, 2008

Friday Fill-Ins

1. My blueprint for success includes a great deal of hard work.
2. A mini Milkyway was the last candy I ate.
3. The best facial moisturizer I've ever used is my own facial oils -- LOL, I don't need to use moisturizer.
4. Loom Knitting a pair of gloves, glittens, or half finger gloves can be good therapy.
5. I'd like to tell you about my alpacas if you really want to listen.
6. My lips are my strongest characteristic.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to watching the newest Survivorman, tomorrow my plans include test knitting my loom knit toe socks again and Sunday, I want to see my hubby when he gets back from hunting!

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

My new toe socks on the knitting loom!

What do you do when you have insomnia for days on end? Well... I made a pair of toe socks on my knitting loom! Last year when I came out with my first glove design, Bethany over at asked me if I could convert the design over into toe socks. I determined the design was too much trouble so I set the idea aside for awhile until now! Using the same technique I created for my new half finger gloves (and full finger gloves) on the long yellow Knifty Knitter and the new Loom Clips from Provo Craft, I sat down and quickly knitted up my first prototype:

Ok, now I need to put my glittens design back on my yellow loom and finish that pattern up!

Friday, October 31, 2008

Friday Fill-Ins - Halloween 2008 Edition

1. My favorite food seasoning is chocolate.
2. Trick or Treat is music to my ears.
3. Lucky is the kid that gets the last piece of candy.
4. Pumpkin carving is something I take very seriously.
5. Many people will be out past dark tonight.
6. A Spiderman costume was the last thing I bought at the store.
7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to trick-or-treating with the kiddos, tomorrow my plans include sleeping an extra hour (yeah!) and Sunday, I (will) want to hide all the Halloween candy from the kids because they will be sick!

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Loom Knit Half Finger Glove LAL Day 10

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

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The Most Dangerous Cake Recipe


4 tablespoons flour
4 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons cocoa
1 egg
3 tablespoons milk
3 tablespoons oil
3 tablespoons chocolate chips (optional)
a small splash of vanilla extract
1 large coffee mug

Add dry ingredients to mug, and mix well. Add the egg and mix thoroughly. Pour in the milk and oil and mix well. Add the chocolate chips (if using) and vanilla extract, and mix again.

Put your mug in the microwave and cook for 3 minutes at 1000 watts. The cake will rise over the top of the mug, but don't be alarmed!

Allow to cool a little, and tip out onto a plate if desired. EAT! (this can serve 2 if you want to feel slightly more virtuous).

And why is this the most dangerous cake recipe in the world? Because now we are all only 5 minutes away from chocolate cake at any time of the day or night!

Saturday, October 25, 2008

Loom Knit Half Finger Glove LAL Day 9

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

Only one more day to go!

My video camera is charging, will post another video later today...

...until then, check this out. Click on the photos to make them larger. Whoa! Just too weird!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Loom Knit Half Finger Glove LAL Day 7

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen

We are in the homestretch now! Only a few more days to go!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Loom Knit Half Finger Gloves LAL Day 4

Copyright 2008 Karen Gielen


We've aquired a Dog!

Sunday morning my hubby spotted a puppy out on our back deck. He went out and of course, he just had to pet her. He said he couldn't help himself. She must have been dropped off in the middle of the night since no one came looking for her all day yesterday. She looks slightly malnurished (poor thing). She howels like a coon hound. At first we thought she was from a farm up the road since she does howel like a coon hound and they have coon dogs for hunting. She looks half rottweiler, half coon hound. She is approximately 4 or 5 months old. She will be a big dog based on the size of her paws. The kids were all away for the weekend and of course when they came home, they all begged to keep her. My youngest is terrified of her though since she is much bigger than her and she wants to lick her face. She won't leave our poor cats alone either! Hubby said this morning we may as well keep her. I will have to make a run into town and get her some dog food. We weren't looking for another expense and I am sure she will be a big eater. I'll post some picks of her hopefully tomorrow.

Saturday, October 18, 2008