Wednesday, November 07, 2007

Houston, we have lift off!! (no photos)

We have our first open eye!! Little Jan was peering in my general direction with her left eyeball when I arrived home from work. I woke up all the other puppies to check for eyeballs, but only Jan appears to have one.

Now the real fun begins!

6 comments:

riosmom said...

It sounds like you are going to be keeping the puppies until they are ready for homes. I bow in admiration and amazement. I would be standing on street corners collaring people to be a foster home. The plus side is that we will get wonderful photos of them growing up.

MahnaMahna said...

how could you possible post that without photos?

;)

and i just want to say - i love Red Dog. i'll take photos of him over puppies any day! :)

alicia marie said...

the disclaimer in the title really hit me as funny. I wonder how many people saw that, and just instinctively hit the back button on their screen?!? HA! Well, they missed the first eye, possibly the first stink-eye from one of the potatoes!

oh, and btw, I think AD needs her own link to "photos of AD" in the sidebar. I've missed her recently, you know. Only if it's not too much work. You *are* raising a litter of munchkins you know!

Anonymous said...

One down, thirteen to go ... how exciting.

riva said...

um ok...open eye and NO pictures? food lady is slipping!

at least a nice gratuitous pic of the "regulars"...seriously...you mustn't keep the addicts from their fixes! ;-)

Shawna said...

From this crazy dog lady (high school kids near my house call me that) with 7 4-legged pals of my own (four rescued BCs, two Rotties and one Lab), I also admire you. My mentor, Jill Widlits from Oregon BC rescue, recently retired and now I'm trying to find my stance in the rescue world.
LOVED your blog; will take more time to read it this weekend.
I most likely will be contacting you for perhaps some time spent in Canada next summer having you make my dogs a subject of photography.
Puppies are fun; big potatoes and then it seems one day they're DOGS!
Good luck, can't wait to see more pictures!