She's a ten-week-old-puppy-breath-bundle of love.
And she isn't mine.
June belongs to my eldest daughter and son-in-law.
However, Miss June has been spending time with us for a couple of days while her "mom and dad" settle into their new digs.
Not that we mind.
June shares a lot, and likes to lay on a blanket in my art room.
I know, I know. She'll wake up any day now.
But by that time she will be at her house with mom and pop.
So, I'll soak up the puppy love for a few days.
Do you remember those first weeks with a puppy at night?
I think I've blacked them out. It's seriously been so long that all it took was one sleepless night to remember why I don't ever want a puppy again.
God Bless my daughter and her husband-youth is on their side.
I'll just do a puppy fix and hand her back.
Speaking of love-
I think you might love these....
(geez. what a segue.)
I call them "Small Truths" and they will be available at the Red Dirt Art Festival, Saturday, May 2nd.
The Balboa Art Walk, Sunday, May 17th.
They are simple, but carry a hefty message with each one.
The size is approximately 5x5 and they can hang or tuck into a bookcase or a bedside table or even a kitchen back splash to bring some truth into your day.
Short and sweet today, as I'm short on sleep...
But very blessed.
Enjoy your weekend!