Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Beast

Say hello to The Hair That Walketh, The Wobbler, The Sweet Sniffer, she that answers to... Lacey!

Does she not have a canny gaze?

And though there is a town in our state by the same name, Lacey is not named after it.

She makes her premiere today. As the sun continues its encroachment on this our Emerald City, you can expect to see more pics of this hirsute honey in a variety of settings, though not in a variety of hats; Lacey devout gal that she is gave up haberdashery for Lent.

9 comments:

Eme said...

(Shaking head) You must be hard-up for topics, if you're blogging about my dog....

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Lauren said...

Gorgeous! She probably has the smarts as well as the looks. It's really funny. I just posted something about my dog.

Lin said...

So why does one give up haberdashery for Lent?? It is 40 days of doing without so Easter Sunday is a full blown affair??

I can't wait to see the Easter parade.

Mee2 said...

What a BEAUTIFUL dog. And may I ask how the hell the dog you were referring to on Think Spin was actually procreated? A lab/pug? I keep trying to picture this, but just cannot seem to wrap my mind around it. I had a put when I was younger, and have labs now. I think you're right seemingly impossible. However, one of those dogs must have been incredibly talented and creative. I wish I could be more like that dog!! LOL!!

wngl said...

But, eme, she deserves to be a celeb, don't ya think???

Lauren, there was some kind of cosmic alignment with the dog star this week that influenced us, I'm sure of it.

That is an excellent question, Lin. You'd think for 40 days we should be allowed to do something we can't the rest of the year; as it stands, Easter arrives with a global sigh of relief as people can resume their regular lives.

Thanks, Mee2! She does live with eme, so technically I'm a fan too. As for China, her origins were a topic of many conversations as we tried to figure out the physics of her parentage. Believe it or not, her mom was the pug! For a "lug" she had the sweetest disposition, but what gets into people's heads to breed such totally different sized dogs borders on the insane. How about an elephant and a marmot next time?!?

evangeline said...
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evangeline said...

Just please don't publish articles as if they were written by your dog and all will be well. Also, I dunno why my identical comment deleted itself. My keyboard is possessed.

wngl said...

Evangeline, that will never happen, I only take dictation during walks.