no power in the 'verse can stop me
That poor, innocent dog--just passing by the mauled knitting project and getting blamed for it.
I love how he's clearly mocking you in the first photo.
This post is confusing me. Dogs= rubbish, but things that wantonly destroy knitting = awesome.I'm so conflicted.
Oh yeah ... the puppy tongue in the first photo is clas-sic. :)
Oh honey, feel very lucky. Very very lucky. It could have been much worse. (and please give my hugs to ms. TK; i know how it feels to lose a fuzzy friend.)
Be honest TK, you became so enraged over messing up your newest sweater vest that you threw your knitting onto the floor in a fit of hissy.
You know you live in the sticks when...you knit.
Aww, but the cuteness! Though I understand, my dog regularly destroys very random unassuming things (for no apparent reason, though my boyfriend says that they must look at her funny once we leave). Completely mockin oyu in the first picture, though...
Well, at least she didn't eat the knitting and surprise you with multi-colored sweater poo. I've seen it - it's not pretty.
does your dog spread chaos the way you do? the way animals often resemble their humans, does yours make things explode with his mere presence?
Yes, be thankful he wasn't frolicking about the house with a poo-covered bit of yarn dangling from his butt. And then rubbing his butt all over the kitchen floor to try and disengage the offending string. Been there. Not fun. Especially not the morning of your wedding.
I guess no sweater for Pup, hm? He's made his feelings clear!
He was framed! Everyone knows Beagles are well behaved dogs.
I freakin' love Audrey beagle. I don't knit... so if you, like - need a sitter while Mrs. TK does, I'm available. Promise I'll most likely bring her back.
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