Friday, December 31, 2010

Dancing in the New Year

Have fun ladies, bring in the New Year in style.

Overall, it has been a great year.

We were quite sad to say good bye to Duncan when the evil cancer monster took over.

And we where so delighted to have the twins join us. Yeppers, they make our world so colorful.

Not sure what lies ahead, but we'll make it good no matter what.

So go ahead ladies, shake your bootie and make a few new friends on the Saturday Pet Blog Hop.

The Pet Blog Hop hosted by Life with Dogs, Two Little Cavaliers and Confessions of the Plume. Many, many thanks to the hosts, the Pet Blog Hop rocks.

Please join us, the rules are simple:
  1. Follow your three hosts
  2. Check out some of the our fellow bloggers, leave them a comment and tell them you are visiting from the Pet Blog hop
  3. Add your blog to the Linky
  4. Copy and paste the html code into your html editor


houndstooth said...

Ladies, you dance better than any ballerina ever could! You have figures they'd all envy, too!

Happy New Year to you!

BZ Dogs said...

Are those all tulips???

The Dog Files said...

Hello from the Dog Files! Love all the pics of your greyhounds!

Art and Sew Forth said...

Beautiful photos!! May your year be just as colorful and gorgeous!

Kristin G. said...

Your dogs and photos are stunning, which make your blog one of my favorites to visit. I wish you the best in the upcoming year!

Unknown said...

We are glad we found u and think u have a wonderful blog going. Hope all nice things happen to you this new year,
wgs, Ginger, Buddy n Shadow

Sage said...

We're hoping you have a very Happy New Year. It's starting out great with that leap into it!!!

FANCY the Red Standard Poodle said...

Hi Y'all!

Just hopped by to catch up with y'all and wish y'all a very Happy New Year. I'm sure that 2011 will hold many happy times for the dancing elegant...and lots more Flocko Ball! Yes!!!

Y'all come by now,
Hawk aka BrownDog

Lily said...

Hi! I'm here with the Bloghop! I am sad to hear you lost a doggie to cancer. Mama says that before she had all of us, she had two other doggies who she loved very much, and they died of cancer. She gets sad when she thinks about them. Sometimes I think its no fair that the doggie lifecycle is so much faster than the human one! I know we dogs are okay with it, but it is hard on our humans, isn't it.

Vicky said...

Wow --- what stunning photos!

Wishing you a wonderful New Year!

Beyond the Dog Dish said...

I have never seen a field of tulips like that - really beautiful photo.