Guys and dolls, I have something very special for you today.
SO special that I had to squeal and run into the next room to show it to MFC, despite his characteristic lack of interest in anything catalogue-y.
an9ie (trembling): Oh! My! Golly! Look at this! How FREAKING AWESOME is this?
an9ie (points to it): Look! LOOK AT IT!
MFC: Looks stupid.
an9ie: YOU SHUT YOUR MOUTH!
Seriously, guys, I love this so much that I'm thinking of setting up a fake wedding just so I can put this on the register and shame my parents.
I take my hat off to the genius who thought of this. Behold! The eighth wonder of the world!
Can't wait for the Capuchin Monks edition to come out!
How smug does that doggie look?
What a great idea!
When I think of my poor Pepe (long-haired black and tan doxie) getting old and stiff and arthritic in his twilight years, and how much he would have enjoyed an outing to the park without having to walk there . . . sigh. Poor baby.
I think it needs a little door or something in front though, because if your pet has arthritis or a bad back, the last thing they want is to be awkwardly handled and lifted in and out of a pram.
Now, this little guy here seems a bit concerned.
Is it because there doesn't seem to be any visible means of attaching the crate to the car?
And finally, a quilt pattern that I am a little conflicted about.
The six-year-old girl in me goes, "Ooh, pretty! Like Strawberry Shortcake! I think?!?", while the Zen minimalist growls, "Hah! If Strawberry Shortcake had her period, maybe."