Friday, December 14, 2012

A Little Holiday Cheer, and Welcome!

I've been incredibly pre-occupied lately, with the house and Christmas and something else kinda exciting that I'll share in a few weeks, so I've been kinda neglecting Moogie's World and the blogosphere.  I'll try to do better, but I can't make any promises, seeing as how I have done very little shopping, and we're getting ready to travel for the holidays, and we have a 10 week old black lab girl puppy!!! 

This is the visual definition of cute (and hell on four large paws!):

Say hello to Mystic Roux (her mama's name was Roux), more commonly known as Mysti (or other "colorful" pejoratives, e.g., "you little fill-in-the-blank"):

She's getting the house training idea insofar as piddling goes, but we're still working on the poop angle.  Bouie is very good with her -- he plays so gently with her.  Perhaps he understands that she is his email-order bride and he needs to treat her right if he expects to wed her in a year or so.

She has gained over 3 pounds in two weeks, so she has an insatiable appetite.  It's been pretty much a sleep-deprived, multi-ring circus around here since Thanksgiving (we picked her up on the way home from Arkansas).  So, this video that appeared in my Inbox today was a calming, welcome pleasure.  Just look at the children watching in awe. 

I think the puppy needs to watch this. Often.


  1. Cool!

    Puppies have a way of taking one's mind off of the bad news that has become way too common of late.

  2. Congrats on the new puppy - she is beautiful. Our four month-old Dane puppy is now about the size of your grown Lab. Talk about hell on four paws! I love this puppy. I hope you enjoy your new pup as much.

    I also spent the day holding my new week-old grandson - very good stuff!

  3. Awww... I will call her George, and I will love her and hug her and pet her and squeeze her and ruffle her pretty feathers and stroke her bill...

    I agree, right now a cute puppy is a good thing to take our minds off the bad news in the world.

  4. Awwwww... Dang, she's a cutie!

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  9. I'm actually amazed that kinda stuff is getting through. Blogger always seems to catch these in the spam trap. As it catches YOU, too, Moogie.

  10. Wow! I SO missed this post until now. welcome to the new family member. She's beautiful! And to Bouie: Stay off the radiator sauce!