Monday, October 20, 2008

No Camera!

I left my camera at my sister's house, horrors. I can't blog without pictures. I will have her bring it to work tomorrow. Until then, here are some pictures of my new sheets. They are all wrinkled because I hung them on the line to dry.

I was afraid Kevin wouldn't like them but he thought they were fine (I was afraid the ruffles would throw him off.) The first night we slept with them he said that in the middle of the night he felt a huge spider or a small mouse run acrossed his chest and threw back the covers, completely freaked out but nothing was there. He thinks it was the ruffle. Ha ha!
Here they are with my comforter, it looks great from afar but if you get in a little close the wear and tear shows.
Here's the closeup below.

Yikes, it looks like a tiger clawed it. I am trying to find another one about this same shade of mud with lots of pattern in it. Kevin says we have to make sure that whatever we get matches doggy footprints after running outside on a rainy day. In other words, the dogs will run right in and jump on the bed no matter where they've been.

I always keep a dark blanket on it when we are at work but sometimes Cleo likes to make a bed, or I guess more like a nest (the way she digs around) and they seem to end up on the comforter. Sometimes even the sheets get muddy, more like the edges. My dogs are worth it though.


See... she's on the sheets. If you notice, these sheets are mud colored. We had to quit using them though because they always slip off the mattress. Hate that. Hence the new sheets that are a little better quality.

What a sweetie!

Always on the bed. It's funny though, when we go to sleep Puppy won't stay on the bed. No matter what we do, even if we pet her. As soon as the lights go out she jumps up and goes and lays on her bed on the floor. Cleo will though, snoring and panting as long as I let her stay. You can't sleep with the panting though, bounces the whole bed.

Til next time with hopefully farm pictures.


1 comment:

Mel said...

I apologize, for I am still laughing at the comforter tickling your hubby in the night. Actually, it is the mouse, spider thing that has me giggling.

How cute are the dogs, mine, think, they own the furniture too. Marley, loves the water/mud and comes in covered in a muddy paste, she heads straight for the sofa, or our beautiful oriental carpet. I'm sure if our bed wasn't 3 feet off the floor our dogs would take over the bad as well. Of course, they'd have to smooth it over with the cats. LOL