Tag Archive: bichon frise

Pinning Away

I’m back with today’s Pinteresting Wednesday post! If you’ve missed any along the way, just take a look at any of these: 1~2~3~4~5~6 Here we go with today’s very “Pinteresting” post… As always,… Continue reading

My Buddy

The Hubster is out of town for a few days so this little guy has been my right-hand man, following me around like the little puppy dog that he is. This photo of… Continue reading

Bullet It

On September 9, 2011, I started a 30-Day Blog Challenge. To see all 30 prompts for this challenge (and Day 1′s response), click here. And then return to Life is Grace until October 9th, to read my… Continue reading

Ollie’s Favorite Spot

Well, one of many… He loves to perch in that chair and just keep watch over our house. It gives him the perfect vantage point–even if he lies down for a quick snooze.… Continue reading

Perfect Sunday

Today… Waking up on our own–without an alarm (unless you call Ollie pawing at the pillow an alarm), having breakfast together, going to see an early showing of Harry Potter 7 (part 2),… Continue reading

Not According to Plans

So today didn’t go quite as planned… It started out great; no complaints at all. But at about noon, I heard my husband yell, “Melissa, hurry! And bring all the towels you can!… Continue reading

Settling In

After almost a week of not quite knowing what to do with all of our moving and unpacking, Ollie finally seems to be settling in. At least it looks like it to me…

We’re IN

Well, we’re in! The boxes are in, the furniture’s in, Ollie’s here too! Of course, nothing is where it will ultimately land except a few pieces of furniture. But that’s the fun part,… Continue reading

On My Way Home

I’ve been away since Tuesday, and oh, how I’ve missed my husband and our little Ollie! They are my boys! Even if the one sleeps most of the day away… No, Babe, I’m… Continue reading

On the Road Again

Somewhere along the way, someone got it in their head that it might be fun to DRIVE to Florida! So we rented a mini-van, drove to Tennessee to pick up my brother and… Continue reading