I love my new Woodstock doll. My friend Nancy from Cincinnati, OH sent it to me for the winter holiday. I like to carry it around with me at night and make my humans throw it around so I can pretend it is flying. Then I catch it, bring it back and make them do it over and over and over. After a while, I hide the doll for a while. Sometimes for weeks. Not even my humans can find it. When I miss it, I take it back out and play with it again. I see lots of birds outside the window and I wish I could play with them like I play with Woodstock. My human says the birds wouldn't like that game. I can't wait to go outside and give it a try anyway!
Lots of licks,
Thursday, February 26, 2009
Thursday, February 5, 2009
This first winter in central New York state has been very challenging for a little half-naked chi-chi like me! Most of my winter has been spent sleeping on heating pads and snuggling in blankets. But I came out of hibernation to tell you that spring is on its way. I know this because yesterday the sun came through the window and I could feel it in the warmth of the sun's rays.
Ah Spring! Soon I will be able to run around outside and paint! Since my studio is not heated, my painting has had to be restricted to warmer weather. I am certain paintings will be bursting out of me like the spring blossoms on the trees!
Below is a little teaser painting, just to remind you that even though it might be cold and snowy outside, rest assured that sunny warm days are coming.
Lots of licks,