"I have never felt that anything really mattered but the satisfaction of knowing that you stood for the things in which you believed and had done the very best you could." - Eleanor Roosevelt

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Onyx would like to show Exhibit A









Onyx would like to present Exhibit A as to why Nina needs to return to her own house. Look what she managed to get off of her grandmother's desk.

Grandma picked up all the baskets that she keeps her left over yarn balls in so that Nina could not get them. But guess what grandma didn't know.....Nina can climb. She climbed into the chair and had a field day with the yarn balls. Grandma was able to tackle all of the mess except for two skeins that need more room and patience than grandma was able to devote to them at the moment.

I personally cannot believe that grandma let her live.....

8 comments:

Miss Me said...

i believe that exhibit a demonstrates why puppies are so darned cute! (same applies to toddlers.)

forbidden knitter said...

Oh my! I am surprised that grandma let her live too!

Joanna said...

LISA! Joanna here. I received your package today and I absolutely love it. You couldn't have been more right on with the green cotton, and I love the fact that it's older than I am :)

I'm thinking it will eventually becomes a little sweater for my 2 year old niece.

I'm going to try to figure out how to post to the group blog by tomorrow so I can share with the group. I'll also post pictures to my own journal sometime tomorrow when I have light to take pictures.

Thank you again SO much!

(Not-So) Cynical Gal said...

Oooh, that little IMP! Onyx, I'm glad that you have the maturity to just notice what the puppy does...and to make sure mom knows it wasn't you.

Good thing that puppy is so freaking cute.

Leah said...

Wow, it's a yarn-tastrophe! Absolute carnage. But so funny (after the fact only, right?!?)

Leah

Martha G said...

Only puppies can get away with something like this! Don't you wish you had a video of the crime in action? Looks like Nina enjoyed herself.

Jess P. said...

Oh no! Naughty Puppy! We're dogsitting ourselves right now so I feel your pain. Mostly the puppy has contained herself to chewing up puzzle pieces and little dolls... no yarn yet. Knock on wood!

Megan said...

Oooh... that's why they make them so cute (puppies and babies) so you let them live when they do stuff like that.