It's been a wonderful weekend so far, the weather has been so beautiful! We had sunshine yesterday, and the temperature was in the 60's!
I took a break from pet portraits today, I feel like I've been painting NON stop the last 7 days. It was nice to kinda sit around and do nothing for a few hours. Josh and I walked down Hawthorne and stopped by a few cute stores, I was on the lookout for some new tape.
Josh snapped this wonderful picture while we were out. The two dogs were so cute!
Of course, I didn't find any, even though all I saw all December, was tape all over, everywhere!
I stopped by Collage and pretty much grabbed every single cute piece of scrapbook paper I could find. Oh yes!
Now this might be super strange, I figured I would blog about this to see if I am going slightly crazy.
When I first got Cupcake, 4 years ago, he was so itty bitty, teeny tiny, and I remember the first night I didn't sleep at all, in fear of rolling over, and crushing the little guy.
I got used to having Cupcake sleep under the covers in bed with me, and everything was back to normal. Now that I've been home for the last 6 months, not working, and pretty much spent every minute of the day together with my little Cupcake, I feel like I've gotten so very much more attached to this little dog than I was before.
He sleeps most of the day, and for some reason I have this fear that he is just gonna stop breathing. I find myself constantly checking on him, day and night. So it takes me close to two hours to fall asleep after I go to bed, because I keep having to make sure he is still alive, and I wake up several times a night to check on him.
I've heard of people doing this with newborn babies, but with dogs?
Am I going crazy? haha.
Maybe I've just become too attached. Never having pets before, well other than fish and a hamster, I never thought I would feel like this. Scary!
Who is ready for valentines day? I found some really cute stuff of Etsy that I wanted to share.
Are you planning the perfect valentines day?
My random ramblings are done and over with, I'm gonna call it a night.