Weekend Things

Bull terrier and australian girl circa 1934

Please accept my apologies for being away yesterday.  The day was packed to the gills and getting online was ultimately not in the cards.  But, among other things, I think we have finally found a puppy — he is a couple weeks from arriving at our home, but this sweet picture gives a good idea of the future Greayer family dog.

With all the new snow in New England we are planning to take advantage of  great conditions and hit the slopes.  What are you up to this weekend?

Here are a few fun links to check out til Monday!

Have a great weekend ~ R

image: Margaret Shaffhauser with and English bull terrier at the Canine Association Show, 3 Nov 1934 / by Ted Hood from flickr

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