Monday, November 1, 2010

Halloween.....Not Just for the Kiddies

(Note: Not technically my second post of the day. The first one was my Quilt Festival Entry I forgot to post over the weekend.)

I'm adorable, yes?

Seriously, is this not one of the cutest dogs you've ever seen? (And I'm not saying that just because he's my grandpup.)

Ahoy Matey!
 How many dogs would wear dreadlocks? How many dogs would wear that hat?

Watching a little TV with my dad.

The dog is oblivious to the fact that he's wearing a hot dog costume. He has absolutely no shame. 

What are you looking at?

This costume originally belonged to Paco, who would chew his paws off before being caught dead in the little cuffs. (Not to mention he'd repeatedly bash his little chihuahua head against the cabinets trying to get the headpiece off).

Rick is clearly a dog that enjoys playing dress up. One who's doghood is not threatened by donning a hat or two (even a goofy dino cap).

Hope you enjoyed your Halloween as much as Ricky enjoyed his!

Stay tuned later this week for word on the November Follower's Appreciation Giveaway. Check out my entry in the Bloggers Quilt Festival (the post before this). I've got a Guild meeting tonight, but should be back in the studio tomorrow night to burn even more thread on The Pumpkins Gone Wild Project. I'm into my second 250M spool of thread that's just used in the bobbin. Keeping fingers and toes crossed the Aurafil I'm using in the top holds out until I get to a point where it would be okay to switch colors.

Enjoy your week.....finish up (or put away) your fall projects and get a head start on quilts and table runners for the Holidays....they will be here before you know it. Enjoy!


  1. That pup obviously should have been a character actor the way he loves being in costume. Great pics, thanks.

  2. You are just cracking me up...that is just too cute and too funny!

  3. Susan -

    These pictures made my day. I think I love the skeleton costume the best? Or maybe the hot dog? Not sure, but thank you :)

    Jennifer Regala


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