The Moveable Feast Food Blog

The Moveable Feast is a Personal Chef Service that serves the Hampton Roads area of Southern Virginia. This blog is an extension of my web site and will go into more details about food and any food service industries. Any pictures and or recipes that are published here are all the property of The Moveable Feast unless otherwise noted.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

Weekend Dog Blogging
Thanks to Sweetnicks for hosting our puppy pictures. Hope you feel better soon!

Edward is thinking that watching Olympic curling and mom knit ranks right up there with watching grass grow... See what did I tell you?


At 6:14 PM, Blogger Ed Tep said...

Vickie - Lil Edward looks so adorable with just his head sticking out from under the blanket. I bet he could stay there ALL day! (Or at least until he hears you in the kitchen.)

At 6:06 AM, Blogger Elisabeth said...

Edward is too cute! Your knitting looks great. :-)

At 7:10 AM, Blogger vlb5757 said...

Ed-got that right! I can't knit or do anything in my chair without at least two of the four dogs sitting on me, around me, etc. I have to say that I am never lonely in this house. There is always someone to talk to.

I was thinking about you yesterday. Is that totally weird? I was doing a cooking demo and had to walk past the flower dept and saw Orchids. For a very brief moment I almost considered buying one just to try again. I didn't look at the price but thought that taking the life of that beautiful plant would be such ashame.

Elisabeth-have you gone to my knitting blog I have been trying to post as often as I make progress.

At 7:44 PM, Blogger Ed Tep said...

Vickie - You were doing a cooking demo? That's awesome! What did you make? I started out with a Phalaenopsis orchid (aka the moth orchids) because they are supposed to be easy to grow. I've had REALLY good luck with some of them. In fact, there's one in my office that has been in almost perpetual bloom for the past 2 years!! And of course, there's always the "silk orchid" (the kind that are actually made from silk. No light. No watering. No killing. Heh heh!)

At 8:14 PM, Blogger vlb5757 said...

Ed, I will post about the demo. It's nothing complicated. They want to promote their store products and keep it simple.

Funny you should mention the silk orchids. I actually have one in my downstairs bathroom. I haven't killed it yet, but there's always time. lol! I will look around for the Moth Orchid. Maybe there will be one that I won't kill as quickly as I did the ones from the past.

At 11:49 AM, Blogger christine said...

Oh my goodness - I thought I was looking at pictures of my dachshunds for a minute.........burrowing well, they are, and quite comfortable looking.

At 2:06 PM, Blogger michelle said...

OMG - SO cute! I love that they're all wrapped up in mom's knitting project :)

At 11:53 PM, Blogger Ed Tep said...

Vickie - I look forward to your post about the demo. FYI, the "moth orchid" refers to a whole group of orchids. They are given that name because they are kind of shaped like moths. The pic on my blog with the purple and white stripes is of a moth orchid, but they come in a wide variety of other solid colors, too.


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