This hard working construction guy of mine before heading out this morning to our driveway where he is working today on completing walls and window frames for a She Shed that will be delivered on Tuesday to be assembled on site, had to take a little time to snuggle with his girl, Gidget.
Let me count another reason why I’ll always want this handsome man in my life and why I’ll always want a dachshund in our household. It is tender moments like these among many others, that I count my lucky stars for the life I have.
Enjoy your Sunday everyone and take time to snuggle with those you love.
P.S: Don’t forget, today is the last day to enter for a chance to win a signed copy by me of the book She Shed-A Treasure Trove of Women’s Creative Spaces where my writing cottage is featured. Enter by midnight cst tonight. I’ll notify winner tomorrow! Here’s the post link to learn more and enter (or click on the book cover below). Plus get a fun and inspiring bookmark I made just for you!
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Another day in the life of Miss Gidget who I think is wondering, why oh why, I insist on taking so many photos of her. Especially since she seems to still be working on her beauty sleep this morning. Oh bother, please do let me nestle back in for a few hours longer is what I’m sensing from her. Wish granted my little one, wish granted.
Just a reminder about my post yesterday – your chance to win a copy of She Sheds- A Treasure Trove of Women’s Creative Spaces!! My writing cottage featured on pages 42-46. And I’ll sign the copy for the winner! Stop on by the post before
Friday midnight cst, by Sunday, June 12th at midnight cst leave a comment on why you’d like a she shed or if you have one what do you love about it, and wa la! that’s it, you are entered! And oh, I have a cool bookmark you can print out too! Just click here or on the book cover to be taken to the post.
With temperatures soaring into the 60s today, which is a bit unusual for this early in March, the manager of my writing cottage was out in full force.
There was snow and ice to be broken down and shoveled off the deck. So on my lunch break I did just that with the “supervisor” on deck making sure I got every last bit done.
It’s hard working under these circumstances, but I guess I managed okay.
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