Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone. We have a canal downtown that has a nice walking area throughout and every year our Mayor adds green to the water for St. Patrick's Day. There is also a parade. It has turned chilly with wind today so I hope they stay warm and toasty. We just got back from the vet and Molly got her xrays. Her knee cap popped out again yesterday but righted itself. The vet said if it keeps happening a lot he would consider doing surgery. If it is only occasionally he didn't think she needs it. If she has surgery she would wear the lampshade for two weeks and have to go out on a leash for six weeks as well as keeping her from jumping on the couch and running. I can't imagine doing that as she is so exuberant. Hopefully that won't happen.  Here is my last St. Patrick's Day card for granddaughter. Very simple again and she loves dogs so this seemed like the way to go. The dog is Simon Says stamp and the hat is a Lawn Fawn stamp, sequins and a bit of unknown ribbon. The greeting is a Morningstar stamp. Be kind to one another.


8 comments:

  1. Brenda, I am happy to her that Molly may recover on her own and not need surgery. I know about rambunctious dogs..we had a beagle for 17 years!!! Your St. Patrick Day cards for the grandchildren are just so cute...love the MFT little girl in the previous post and this little dog with the hat is so clever and adorable! I wish you many blessings today!!

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  2. This is so adorable!! I love the doggie and his cute hat!! The shamrock ribbon is fabulous!! I hope Molly won't need the surgery...hopefully her kneecap won't pop out anymore. Have a great evening :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  3. Another cute St Patrick's Day card. The ribbon you've used is a perfect finishing touch.

    Fingers crossed Molly won't need to have surgery. xx

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  4. Awwww, what an adorable image and card! Perfect ribbon for your St. Patrick's Day card.

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  5. Darling card, Brenda! Bet your GD loves it! Hoping Molly's knee improves & you don't have to go through the restrictions after surgery. It was hard enough when Keesha had her ACL surgery & she was older & didn't jump on the couch anyway. I wish I could have been at the parade! We had so much fun riding the Segways around the canal last time I visited my cousin.

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  6. A very sweet card Brenda, that image is just adorable. Hoping your pet doesn't need the surgery!
    Enjoy the rest of your week!

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  7. Oh he's a dear cutie in his little green hat. He's so adorable, and I know your Grand will love him. Hope Molly won't need surgery. That collar is no fun for these sweeties...they look at you so reproachfully when they have one on. TFS & Hugs

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  8. Awww, what a cute card Brenda! I love that doggie. He is just adorable. I hope that Molly's knee doesn't keep popping in and out because I'd hate to see her have to get the surgery. It's hard to keep them "quiet" too. I know our little Jack Russell is very mild manner until someone comes or plays with her and then she is all over the place. lol Keeping my fingers crossed for Molly! Hugs, Brenda

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