Thursday, March 17, 2011

Playing with dogs

After Tuesday's class I thought I would like to improve on my dog, I cant say that I have but I had a lot of fun playing, you may see more as I strive for a more realistic quick few stroke dog.
Lost a little mare yesterday, we think she and another got into a kicking fight and she was so badly injured we had to put her down. I was totally beside myself as I wasnt home and she was a special favorite, but probably started the whole stupid thing. I am begining to think I have done something awful, but I cant think what for all this to be happening at the moment.
I know that when you have animals things tend to happen but I hope my set of three disasters is now over.
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ArtPropelled said...

Penny I'm so sorry to hear about your little mare. It's upsetting when things like this happen.

Your dogs are rather whimsical. I am attracted to this style rather than to realism. Love the sound of the books you mentioned on your other blog. My husband would thoroughly enjoy the first.

The Weaver of Grass said...

So sorry about the mare but as you say, in farming, these things happen.

annie said...

So sorry about the little mare, Penny. I know it goes with the job but it has to be painful and discouraging,

The little dogs are wonderful--they give off such a happy feeling of doggy delight.


virginia said...

So sorry to hear about your mare, Pen. She didn't deserve it even if she did start the fight. I love your dogs and cats. Some of the cats look like fat possums. I've been told by my physiotherapist that I must walk like a horse and lift up my knees so that I will be able to bend my operated knee soon. Perhaps you could paint a picture of a horse walking and lifting up its legs properly as I should to give me the idea? Atthe moment I feel as though I belong to the Ministry of Funny Walks!
I received some delicious spanish nougat when I weas in the rehab. I took one bite and promptly broke a tooth. I had to go to the dentist today and will need a crown which will cost more than € 400.-- - what an expensive present!