Hi Tina! The photo is our "joyful" beagle/boxer/ridgeback mutt, Muggins. He is tall and a warm brown color like a boxer, with the orneriness of all hounds, a mostly beagle face but with a pronounced underbite. Upper dog lips often fall inside lower teeth. He is very handsome, just ask him, he will gladly tell you all about himself!
Muggins is about 3 yrs old -we think- as he was a "used dog" when we found him at a Shelter. He is very smart, just not too wise! He "ran away" three times in the first eight days after we moved into this house! What he really wanted to do was visit the homes of our neighbors, sniff their garages, checkout their backyards, and introduce himself. I got to meet some of the neighbors, too!
Had I known him better before naming him, he would have been named Joyful. He is very happy much of the time and loves to play, walk, bark, and sleep (he puts himself to bed at 9:30 every night.)
I owned two horses, too, Blue Eyes and Brandy. Bless their hearts those two helped me survive being overly shy as a teenager. Without their gift of confidence I don't know if I would have made it through H.S. : )
Me again Tina, Thanks for the super comment on my Spring Gingham card. I'm glad you liked it. Also glad you have been making cards for a long time that makes me the newbie and you can probably teach me a lot. I only have about 5 stamp sets that aren't Gina K. so it's just the opposite of your supplies. :) Happy stamping new friend.
Tina, I'm honored to be your friend. It takes time to accumulate card making stuff and I don't care how much stuff you get it never seems to be enough. It can be a very expensive hobby. A lot of people here have been making cards for a lot of years so they have a lot of supplies. I've only been doing cards for 3 years so I'm still building supplies. :)
Hi Tina, Thanks for the sweet comment on my Spring Combo card. I really do appreciate it! I see you're new to STV. Welcome to our little group of card makers. I hope you have as much fun learning here as I've had. People here are great at helping.I look forward to seeing your cards. Happy Stamping!