NYE 2014

NYE 2014

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Cracked Pots!

For the last 4 years, Mom and Dad have been sneaking away from work, on a Tuesday in July. 
Don't tell any of their clients, but they head out to the Cracked Pots art show at McMenamins Edgefield.
They spend the day wandering the beautiful gardens and
admiring art, made from items that were headed for the dump.
(They also drink McMenamin's beer and buy things.)

An old tricycle pulling a planter box on an old skateboard.

They really liked this artist's work.
Steampunk at it's best.

Here is what they brought home....
Dragonflies made from silverware and a crescent wrench!
We like Dragonflies, they symbolize:
 Change and Transformation
Adaptability
Joy

Metal work from heavy equipment. 
The Yellow metal is from a Caterpillar, the Red is from a Massey Ferguson and the Green is from a John Deere.
(It's my Dad's thing)

My folks ARE cracked pots!

Wyatt










Wednesday, July 23, 2014

O.A.T.S. club silent auction.

Our local Airedale club had a banquet after their specialty dog show last weekend.
The club members look forward to the silent auction, as there are many great "Airedale" inspired things to bid on.

A most lovely felted purse....Bid, Bid, Bid.

Let the bidding continue!

Here is what Mom and Dad came home with.
The pottery items were made by Montana artist and Airedale owner, Judy Howell. 

The leash and collar are for ME.
I feel fancy in Yellow!

Wyatt


Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Planet Dog and Chewy

We all know that Chewy.com has really good foodables and treats that they can send right to your door.
But, did you know that they also can send you toys?

The last 2 months I have been asking for toys, because I figure it's not nice to eat yummy treats in front of my sister Stanzie, when she is trying to drop a couple of pounds.
Stanzie likes toys too. Especially burying them under the shrubs.
This month, I received a 'Planet Dog' football!
I LOVE IT!

I like to roll it down the stairs. 
It makes a really good "thumpy-thump BANG"!

 I also like to hide it under the covers on the master bed.

Wyatt

Thanks Chewy.com and Planet Dog!



Monday, July 21, 2014

Less stinky with Purggo

Okay, we admit it...we stink!
We work hard and we play hard outside. In the dust, weeds, rain and mud.
Then, we climb into the truck with wet towels, wet fur, dirty dog toys and gardening supplies.

I guess the folks at Purggo thought we stink too.
They asked if they could send us a prototype of a product that they developed, made with Bamboo Charcoal.

Bamboo Charcoal is all natural and non-toxic. Because it is scent, fragrance and allergen-free, it is asthma and allergy friendly.
It Adsorbs (spelled correctly) for a full year, with it's porous qualities.
We will do a follow up post, in a couple of weeks and let you know if our truck is smelling better!

I don't need this, I smell NICE!

Purggo also sent these small samples, for Mom's stinky work boots.
These WE NEED!! 
Thanks Purggo!!

Wyatt

Make your world less stinky.
Find out more at purggo.com


Saturday, July 19, 2014

Sleepover at Wyatt and Stanzie's

YAY!! My brother 'Lupe' is here!!

My brother Lupe.

And he brought his Wheaten brother, Clancy.

First, we have to get groomed, before we can play.
Ladies first!
Stanzie just wants to sniff Lupe and Clancy's car.
(Stanzie says she does not have to be on a diet now, because she just dropped 5 pounds of fur!)

My turn.

Treat Time!

Taking my brother for a swim.

Can you tell us apart?
 
 
Hey Lupe! Remember that time when we were 7 weeks old and you did that funny thing?
Hee hee...

Can you tell us apart now?

Bookends 
 
How to tell us apart...I have a bigger butt!

I like having slumber parties!

Wyatt









Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Evening Sailing and Drinks


Hey Ladies! 
How about some drinks and some sailing?

XOXO

Wyatt




Sunday, July 13, 2014

My sister is Fat

It's official, my sister 'Stanzie' is Fat.
The peeps kept saying it was fur and she would look thinner after being groomed.
But, the scales at the vet clinic don't lie...she has gained 5 pounds in the last year.

As she approaches age 13, she is less active, BUT her appetite is GOOD.
So, Stanzie is on rations.
(And Mom and Dad must stop giving her extra Nom Noms, because she is an adorable senior girl.)

More walks, Less Food.

So, how did Stanzie take the news?

Not Well! 
She gobbled down her reduced breakfast and kicked me away from my bowl and started to eat my food!!

We made my sister a refrigerator chart.
(A chart for my peeps to remember to stop loving her with too much food!)

Follow along with the Stanzie diet, 
as we get Ms. Constanza Marie from 73 lbs. back to her ideal weight of 68 lbs.

We ♥♥♥ Stanzie!

Wyatt and Family