Monday, July 25, 2011
Posted by Robin Andreae at 6:47 PM
Sunday, July 24, 2011
These are my latest little ones for auction tonight. The first is little Trina & her strawberry. The second is Utley, a little white tailed antelope ground squirrel. You can see them skittering around in the Mojave Desert, I have several in my yard. They're kind of fun to watch. They like to hop in and out of my Italian cypress trees and chase each other around the yard. They're kind of like the desert version of a chipmunk.
Sunday, July 17, 2011
This poor fellow looks to be abandoned. A local witnessed a person drop him off with a plate of food. He has managed to escape from everyone in town who has tried to adopt him. I'm guessing he's about 10 months old and is unaltered. He's kind of a tall fellow and probably weighs about 50 to 60 lbs. He was found 7/10/2011 on highway 395, 22 miles from Ridgecrest, CA. He's been adopted again by another local. I hope it works out. He's a wonderful pup. But definitely not to Bullet's liking.
Posted by Robin Andreae at 8:04 PM
Friday, July 15, 2011
Sabrina, please email me with your address and preference of animal. I'll start making your felty as soon as I hear back from you :0) Thank you to all who participated. I host more give-aways at least once a year.
|My husband, Dean, did the drawing|
Posted by Robin Andreae at 9:12 PM
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Saturday, July 9, 2011
I recently had a couple of followers tell me that they were unable to leave comments in order to be included in the drawing. They have been added to the list. If there is anyone else who is having similar problems please email me at email@example.com and I will be happy to add your name to the list.
I checked with Blogger help to see if there is anything I can do to fix this. It was mentioned that it could be a problem with my widgets. I reset them to the default. Hopefully that has fixed it. My apologies to any of you who maybe having difficulty posting. I hope you will please try again.
Friday, July 8, 2011
I just finished little Pickles this afternoon. He's about 9 inches long to his tail. He's my first ever open mouthed piggy. Pickles was inspired by the scene in "Babe" where Mrs. Hogett is measuring poor Babe to see if he will fit in the roasting pan. Babe looked so cute giggling, that I had to make a giggling piglet. Pickles is truly happy because he isn't destine for the oven.
Posted by Robin Andreae at 4:46 PM
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Friday, July 1, 2011
Helen Priem of Pip's Poppies and Joanne of Desert Mountain Bears, inspired me to host mine a bit early. I don't believe that I could state my reasoning any more eloquently than they have. So those of you who post a comment will have a chance at winning a small custom felty of their choice. The drawing will be held July 15. Good luck to you all & thank you!
Posted by Robin Andreae at 10:39 AM