Yes, it's quite true, dogs do laugh, but they laugh with their tails......
They even smile too.
Wee Jock will be laughing and smiling as soon as he's had his walk.
Another little needle book I made recently (click on the pic to enlarge)
The quote is by Max Eastman.
Wee Jock is standing amongst the purple and yellow daisies with that 'look' on his face.........
How can you resist him?
Looks like someone should've wiped their muddy little paws.........
Two posts ago I commented that needle books were the 'happening thing'.
I think that may have confused some readers, thinking that it was the latest trend in Blogland.
What I meant was, it's the 'happening thing' here at Sweet Birdy Love......
Mind you if it were that easy to start a trend then I'm up for it, hehehe....
I'm in production mode for a market on Saturday and possibly Sunday morning (if I have enough stock left...)
Another batch of bunnies and a couple of different breeds amongst this lot.
They don't particularly like having their photo taken, especially when Tigger is eyeing them off.
They tend to be a little camera shy, but I love their cute little tails.
Don't forget "Bunny hugs are best"
If you haven't cuddled a bunny recently then you are missing out.
The last two days has seen us descend into some very Wintry weather. It got to 13deg. yesterday, brrrrrrr...........
So you know what that meant? Yes, it was time to light the heater. No 1 waited till I got home from work on Monday afternoon as he knows how much I enjoy doing this.
I stopped in at the shop on my way, to pick up a bag of marshmallows as mugs of hot chocolate with 'marshies' are mandatory when it's cold.
We've had quite a bit of rain which has been lovely as the garden was starting to dry out.
So nice to hop into bed and night and go to sleep with the sound of rain on the roof.
As you can see in the above pic, all the Maples are colouring nicely and the "Wild Wood" full of Silver Birches is turning a lovely, buttery, golden colour. The leaves remind me of crispy, cornflakes.......
This Crab Apple had a mantle of beautiful burnished leaves yesterday.
I should've taken a photo then, but it was raining.
Just a few left today but still beautiful in it's bareness.
The top of the Ben, covered in cloud.
Monday afternoon as the sun was setting it just brushed the tops of the hills, giving them a golden, glow.
I had to take a pic, unfortunately it doesn't do the view justice, but believe me it was beautiful.
I hope your week is going well and you have found moments of beauty, that take your breath away.
Thanks for popping in for a visit and to all those who take the time to comment, it's lovely to hear from you.
Well, I'm off to do some dishes, tidy up the mess I have made sewing and then get ready for work.
Till next time, take care,