Bud In My Studio


Fate and Bud were kind enough to pose in front of my Spring quilt as I was tacking it.

Bud is beginning to figure out how to spend time in my studio.

He usually wants to play with Fate, so I either kick them both out into the yard or put Bud in the crate when that happens.

The past couple of days it’s been warm enough for them to both stay outside chasing each other around or sleeping in the sun.  But Bud  seems to be getting the idea that he has to be calm in my studio.

Today, while I was tacking my Spring quilt, he slept by the door in the sun.

I don’t really need two dogs in my small studio, but when Jon and Red aren’t home, I’d rather not leave Bud alone in the house.  And as long as he can live by my studio rules (being calm and posing with the art) it’s nice to have him there.

3 thoughts on “Bud In My Studio

  1. Awwwwwwwwww, darling Bud, you’d never know from this sweet photo that your alter ego is the Tasmanian Devil!
    And don’t you dare pulverize those slippers!

  2. I love the way Bud has to barely touch or a least be near your shoe. He can c=sleep, assured that he’ll know if you are going to leave! I’m so glad he is learning to be calm in the studio. That calm time is probably good for him.

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