What once was lost…

Now is found…


One large spool of Gutermann quilting thread found where else?Β  Under the bed.


And we wonder why he always has such bad digestion.

!!! 😐 !!!

Oh, but I love him anyway. πŸ˜‰

18 thoughts on “What once was lost…

  1. magsx2 says:

    I always find it amazing what dogs decide will be fun to play with, then they destroy the item and leave it looking for something else to do the same. πŸ™‚

  2. shoreacres says:

    My dear Dixie doesn’t destroy, but she has her quirks. She despises my leaving her, and every time I come back home she’s living under the bed.
    The first couple of times I found (ahem) some undergarments with her – I thought I’d been more than usually sloppy in my housekeeping. Then, I started to wonder – I checked before leaving home, and sure enough, when I returned, she’d done it again. The last time, she couldn’t find undies, so she pulled a tee shirt under the bed to live with until I came back. Animals are so – unpredictable!

    • pixilated2 says:

      I can totally understand Dixie’s actions. It is your scent in the clothes! I had a cat that would go bonkers if I had to leave her at the kitty camp when we were out of town. (I had hand raised her from about 4 days old) So, the solution was to send the sweater I had worn when bottle fed her as a kitten. I worked every time to calm her right down. So it seems, even though we wash our clothing, there is enough of our scent left behind for them to smell.

      You have gotten me to thinking about animal quirks though. This started after my back got better, and I set up my quilting room. I am not spending so much time in the recliner to sew anymore. When I did, he was my constant recliner buddy! So maybe this is retaliation for not getting to snuggle in the blankets anymore? Hm…

    • pixilated2 says:

      His intellegence certainly is not in evidence when he does such things. I hear the gears in his little puppy brain…

      “I’m smart, watch me do a trick, I’m a good dog, I learn new tricks every day, KLUNK-whirrrrr-CLANG-bzzzzt- must chew something quick!!! OK, I’m better now.” πŸ˜‰

  3. skip704 says:

    I know just how you feel. Our springer Gulliver fortunately doesn’t chew on things. His BAD DOG behavior relates to thunderstorms. When a storm blows through in the middle of the night, I suddenly find him sitting on my head. It’s not very restful! I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blog Award. Please read about it here: http://skip22037.wordpress.com/blog-2/

    • pixilated2 says:

      Thank you for thinking of me, Skip! Your dog is one among many who are afraid of thunderstorms. Poor baby, he is in good company though. There are a lot of people who are also very afraid of thunderstorms. My mother was one! She took a vacation in Florida, and didn’t last the night. Some thunder-boomers came through and she checked out and went straight back to the airport to go back home to California!!! 😐
      ~ L

  4. nanayane says:

    my schnauzer Shamus now has to stay in his kennel when we leave for doing that same thing…only mine was white and it was the only one I had…UGH!!! bad puppy!

    • pixilated2 says:

      We used to do this when we lived in the city in California. Now that we moved to the country and I am home all the time I feel guilty even thinking about it. But since he is so sneaky, I think I will have to anyway. Or at least when I am busy quilting!
      Thanks for visiting today Nanayane!

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