Lucy is our 9 year old Boston Terrier. She gets fan mail and requests for her presence on our Stamping School videos. So for the dog lovers out there in blogland, we archived her weekly life from the column on the front page of this blog called “What’s Lucy Doing Now”.
Scroll down to view her incredibly exciting (yawn) weekly activities.
June 8, 2008
The waiting is the hardest part…
June 1, 2008
Dog is my co-pilot.
May 25, 2008
Patrolling the neighborhood.
May 18, 2008
“Are you really taking another picture of me while I am trying to nap?”
March 16th, 2008
Eat, sleep, play ball, repeat.
March 9, 2008
Hammock Time! Gotta love Florida in March. Matt and I love to hang out in the hammock and guess who has to get on board, too?
March 2, 2008:
Waiting ever so patiently to go for a ride. She’ll sit there as long as it takes as I run around getting ready. Once I give her the sign that we are good to go, she takes off like a bullet for the car!
February 24, 2008
“How do you spell cookie?” Lucy tries (with not much assistance) to help Matt out playing Scrabble with me. She actually helped me more by distracting him so I could get some extra points!
January 27th, 2008
Just when you thought leg warmers were out of style! Lucy is taking full advantage of Matt sitting still for more than 10 minutes!
January 13, 2006:
It’s football Sunday. Lucy’s best friend, Rowie, came over to watch the game with his owners. Even at the old age of 8, Lucy never passes up the opportunity to rumble and tackle Rowie. This pic was taken during their half time – lunch.
Jan 6, 2008:
She doesn’t hate a bath, exactly. She just doesn’t look forward to it. She’s not a bubble queen or a spa dog. When she hears the water running, she disappears and I usually find her on the bed, behind the pillow. I call this pic “Afterbath”
January 1, 2008:
No one wants to play ball, so Lucy takes matters into her own ‘hands’. She is entertaining herself in the living room by kicking the tennis ball and running after it. That should last about 2 minutes and she’ll be back here again, asking me to throw it.