functional and decorative pottery
I love you Mummy, I do I do I do!
You shouldn't leave me alone, I have to take my frustrations out on some thing.We trained our cattle dog to chew on tennis balls, we made sure if we left home there was tennis ball in every room in plain view and a few extras, it worked.
someone's in big trouble! (it's a good thing he is so darn cute)
It's February! Couldn't go out, I plead temporary insanity...... What a cutie! :)
See Mommy.... I made a lot of sponges for you to use, when you work on the wheel.... I'm such a good doggy, yes I am.
LOL. 'I'm doggy, I like chewing!' Our dogs used to do this when they are young. I can't stop smiling. :)
Dearest Suzi,What can you tell such a FACE?!Hugs to you,Mariette
hope none went in the pups tummy. As Gabi said, plenty of sponges for your clay work..
I love the guilt written all over the face. They know it's wrong but it must be such fun...hang the consequences.
Who me? It was the cat...
Oh no! naughty naughty!HugsCarolyn
Oops. I love that she doesn't look too terribly guilty.
Oh oh! Our old dog once tried to dig his way through the back seat of the car to the boot (well, we had left hin there with a live HEN in the boot while nipped in to see some friends. On return the whole car was full of the expanded stuffing with just a little face peaking out, Same expression!
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