I have received a few nudges lately.
Yep. I’ve been lost in a world of moving house; a barrage of bills and boxes; a wilderness of wrapping. I’ve been so pooped, I can’t even alliterate for more than one sentence and ‘moving house’ doesn’t count.
But I’m paying attention now. I’m here. Thank you to the nudgers one and all, for hauling me out of my box… or boxes.
I visited a friend the other day and sat down to do a few harmless blobs over a very nice G&T. To make it even easier, I made them dog blobs. Dog blobs are the easiest blobs, unless you count stay-as-they-are blobs. (Chickens can do those without even trying, so with all due respect to chickens I don’t count them as proper blobs.)
In the spirit of the whole blob thing, where the blob leads the whole story every inch of the way, I promise to include each and every blob in this post, even the ones that are SO WRONG!! All blobs measure around 2-3cm across so it’s really quite impolite to be enlarging them this much. A bit like looking up somebody’s nose.
Okay, I need to get this one out there. It’s hanging over my head and it is SO WRONG!
Phew! All I can say is
THE BLOB MADE ME DO IT!
Dog breeders would say that this blob is all wrong as well. But I don’t mind him. He has a muscular, hardy look and may be useful carting boxes.
Being Blue-with-Brown-Spots has proven challenging for this Wheaten Terrier. It reminds me of studying the theme of ‘between cultures’ when I was at school…
Reminding us all that one’s situation in life is all a matter of perspective is this young Springer Spaniel x Staffordshire Bull Terrier. With his back half shown from above in the Stafford position of repose and his front half shown from the side in full Springer Spaniel spring, he could see himself as either getting somewhere or going nowhere.
I have never seen a flop-eared dog do this before. His ear defies gravity. But perhaps Reg is in an anti-gravitational chamber and is practising to become a space dog. Luckily these days space dogs get to come down to earth again… I think.
This is Graham. Graham is undergoing hypnosis treatment, but not the kind you pay for. The hypnotist is an alien who has landed in the back garden and Graham was in the process of confronting him when an eerie light was switched on and began to swing slowly backwards and forwards… After that it was all up for Graham. I hope the alien is just going to take botanical samples from the garden, and not canine samples.
Lickety-split means fast, pell-mell, gangbusters, like a bat-outa-hell… well maybe not quite as fast as a bat-outa-hell. So I think these two dogs are engaged in a contest to see who can clean themselves more quickly. They are fairly evenly matched for size and white areas, but my money is on the brown and white dog because his tongue is larger. Stands to reason. Also the black and white dog looks like he is losing his cool a bit. He may be trying to wash his tail. If I were he, I’d leave it until last and trust to it’s being black. Nobody’s going to notice.
This blob dog is the smallest of all the blobs. Emerson was squished into the top left corner of the page. Perhaps that accounts partly for his disposition. Or, indeed he may be suffering from worms. (His posture is suggestive). But in fact, I suspect he was born this way and has been inflicting his testiness on everyone around him since puppyhood.
Even a dog biscuit would not help here.
Good to have you back!
Thank you Kezzita.
Thanks for cheering up My Day!
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Hi Edith. Thanks for cheering my day by leaving a comment. :-)
Thanks, I needed to wake with a laugh (tax forms looming) I love these blobs, they delightful as usual, G&T is obviously good for lubrication.
(I think so so wrong has been stung by a bee, which looks so so right to me) I dare say you will have flood of comments…. good to have you back! I hope you are settling to your new house OK.
Aah, the dreaded tax Liz! I have the same thing looming actually. No. (insert fingers in ears and say ‘nanananananananananana’ here) I will put that out of my mind until my grant acquittal is finished! Yikes!
Thanks Liz. The house is great. The boxes are still piled high though. I am realising it will take a while to unpack. A year or so… Good luck with the tax forms.
The blob dogs are miraculous, I love every one; each has a unique character, and they are all so full of life, wonderful :-)
Thank you Phil. They seem to be born with their own ideas. Some blobs won’t turn into something though, and when forced… strange things happen! I must bear this in mind with rearing my children. It surely has some relevance… :-)
By the way, I’m blown away by your recent model-making mania. Wonderful!