Because there's no such thing as "too much yarn".
Oh. oh. I am smiling over here.
Oops, it happens. lol
Oooops! But I'll bet it was fun, anyway!
Wow. I won't tell you my first impression of what I thought it was. ;-)
HAHAHAHAHAH!Okay, I'm with crochetgurl - you don't want to know what my first thought was, either. But dang, that's funny!
Might make a good puppy chew toy.
That's quite a loaf you've got there!
was it yummy on the inside though?
Bread.Right.:: backing away slowly ::;o)
When I first glanced at this I thought it was...well, not sure.The puppies look so cute. Bless your heart for taking them in. I just read previous post to catch up on the story. :-)
too funny. i imagine i would never cook or clean if i had those adorable little puppies around.
Weird looking bread! We collected our new girl yesterday. She is almost 10 weeks old. She holds her won with the crew already here.
HaHaHa snort... guffaw, really sorry my mind is totally in the gutter:) Those are some cute puppies though, enjoy them while you can I say.
Thank you so much for rescuing Heidi and her pups. I signed the petition and am getting all my friends and family to do so as well!
Bummer. Oh well. Those puppies are pretty irresistible.After we had a horrible experience with Parvo, my DH sanitized our yard with bleach and the hose using a fertilizer attachment. I don't remember the details, but thought I would pass the idea on in case it helps.
hmmm first glance had me back in science class...I'm thinking dissection of the earthworm... gah!!LOL
Oh my, you've been so busy while I was away. I have an unused ex-pen for corralling squirmy puppies while they play outside, and some unused crates as well, am willing to deliver said items to your house, just drop me a line!Shelly
Oops. It was worth it though? Sweet sweet photos.
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