Friday, April 17, 2009

It's Friday!!!!

This is one of those Fridays that I look forward to once a month. Why? Because my truck driving hubby, Johnny comes home for three days!!!!!
You can see the pups are as excited as I am!
Daddy's home!
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This is our baby girl, Gemma. I call her my Gothic Girl and you can see why!
She is really excited her Daddy's home!
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9 comments:

Enchanted Productions by Joyce Stahl said...

"When Johnny come truckin' home again....Hurrah...Hurrah! Can't remember the rest of the words to this....Hurrah...Hurrah!"

Yay! I bet you really look forward to these days together! How wonderful!

Gemma is a real gem too! Toooo cute! Love those Goth eyes!

Have a GREAT weekend Gourdie!
Joycee

Little Dollings by Brenda O. said...

Omg, she's adorable - A little Goth Queenie herself! See, now I wanta doggie...

One more reason to love Fridays, yes?! Enjoy your time w hubby!

Smiles,
Brenda

Gourdqueen said...

OMG that is too funny Joycee!!!! I sang it for him and he just fell out. I did give you credit for it!

My little goth girl is a real sweetie at a whopping 5 lbs and she is 7 months old.

Brenda everyone needs a puppy!

Enjoy your weekend too!

Sonia ;) said...

Aww what a wonderful welcome home...Love those goth eyes.

Smiles,
Sonia ;)

CCs Whimsies said...

AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW! Gourdie girl... I'm glad your hubby is home! (and look at all the cute puppies!!!)

Light and Shadow Studio said...

I hope you have a great weekend. Love your Goth dog, that is exactly what she looks like too.

Kathleen A Foley Grimm 'KAF' said...

Oh, Linders!!
Love your Goth Doggie!!
Enjoy your weekend with the hubby!
Kaf :)

Bonnie said...

Your blog is really nice...it is fun too...hi Johnnie.

Renee said...

Dear Linda:

She is totally gothic girl. Adorable.

Your work is excellent, it is so fun to look at people's inventions and all of yours has character.

Thank you for commenting on my blog earlier. And I am sorry that you had cancer beause I know it is scary and sometimes never leaves you alone even when you are well again.

I understand about who the real friends are 'cancer works like abracadabra in making people disappear.'

I would love to hear your stories and I bet that they would be helpful for you to write.

Renee xoxo