Molly wanted to show you all her mystical glowing bone.
I wanted to show you all how much I'd love a new camera.
Look at those eyes. She looks very hard done by for a very very spoilt doggy.
Here's the glowing bone highly camouflaged under a small pile of wood chips in the backyard. Better than being hidden in my garden beds. Thankfully she doesn't do that often.
While were on the subject of frustratingly unclear and strangely exposed photographic images, here are a few more gems for you all. Molly and I went shopping for dog biscuits and bones at the new Pet Barn that's opened up in Hobart. Pets are welcome to go shopping.
She was so excited by all the fantastic smells that I could barely keep hold of her. Hence the profusion of super blurry shots. Here she is selecting some stinky liver treats...
Lyndon refused to come with me as he was sure it was going to be an embarrassing shopping experience. He was convinced our innocent little girl was going to rip bones and chew toys from the shelves. I'm very pleased to report she didn't attempt to pilfer at all.
I can't really blame Lyndon for his wariness as a few years ago we took Molly to the Sorell Market for a look. She tried to take toys off a stall and even tried to pull a big stuffed toy from a little girl who screamed when she realised what was happening. Seriously embarrassing.
Look at her with her head in amongst the toys. How cute!
Thankfully no-one was shopping with their pet cat at the same time as us. That could have been interesting.
If the universe happens to be reading this blog...please please can you send me a nice new DSLR?
Those of you in Australia, try to keep warm! And those of you in the northern hemisphere - you lucky warm things!
Take care xx