Oh cute little beeboos. I miss you lady!
They need little satin superhero capes!
i just picked up a book from the library with instructions on how to make them sailor hats. then i should do capes! haha, i should do a post about their costume trunk.
They are so cute! Mine are terrified when we lift them above our heads ... Pug Hugs, Ellen
i think my girls might be ok with it since they are both almost blind. they probably don't know where they are. ;P
Look! In the air....it's Super Pug! Very cute. I have two pugs myself, plump little things that they are insist on cuddling at the most inopportune time. Still, who couldn't love a pug?<3 Jackie @ Let's Go Thrifting!http://LetsGoThrifting.blogspot.com
my pugs insist on cuddling at pretty much all times. i have to let both into my lap or i'll get barked at. little dears!
I just found your blog via Paper Crane and I just wanted to write and tell you that I LOVE IT!!! So cute, I love your photography, and your adventures look super fun. I can't wait to read more! :)
I just got here from My Paper Crane. I live in Murfreesboro and spend every weekend in Franklin. LET'S BE FRIENDS. I wish the world worked like it did in Kindergarten where you could just run up to someone who had a doll like yours and say that. ;-; Also I have only been in the Franklin Goodwill a few times and I think I've just been spoiled by the one in Shelbyville because it is pretty much the best. I would find such awesome things there every time I went. One time I found a leather maternity skirt with brass studs, I am never going to top that. Hot mama.
i used to live in murfreesboro! and went to college there. i have never been to the shelbyville goodwill...oooooo i might need to make a day trip.
It's pretty great. Maybe it's because there's such an income disparity (or so it feels like), but the Goodwill is both huge and full of jewels. I used to find J Peterman dresses on the 4 dollar sale rack on a regular basis. I never bought them (the folly of youth!) but the rich horse-owning ladies in Shelbyville apparently give a lot of their stuff to Goodwill and much of it barely worn. And when I lived there the bric-a-brac shelf was vast and full of vintage magic. I still have a few things I picked up there--ceramic 1950s poodles with pointy noses galore!
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