Monday, November 12, 2012

My New Best Friend

Meet Tallulah.

She's a nine month old Rottweiler-Labrador Retriever-Shepherd mix (and maybe a few other breeds thrown in) that I adopted just this past Saturday.  She already weighs about 90 pounds and is still growing (her paws are enormous!), but she is VERY sweet.  She's also a bit of a goofball, likes to watch puppy videos on Youtube, eats all sorts of strange things in the backyard (I don't even want to contemplate what some of them were), and is already spoiled rotten.

I wish I could get a better picture of her, but she never stops moving!!

By the way, the roommates have moved, so I have my house back. I can't begin to tell you how wonderful it is to have peace restored in my home.  I have spent the past eleven days cleaning, rearranging the furniture, working on painting & decorating projects that I put on hold, and generally enjoying my quiet, peaceful sanctuary.  And now I have a New Best Friend to enjoy it with.
Thanks so much for your visit and for your comments. I so enjoy reading them.


  1. What a sweet dog.....a big dog too. She should be great company.

  2. Hello Julie!
    It seems like the perfect timing, your roomates have left and you have adopted this super cute dog.
    Enjoy your time with your new friend, she must be really good company! :)

  3. Tallulah is so sweet, enjoy your new peace and your beautiful new friend.

  4. What a really sweet dog you have! So glad things are getting back to normal for you.

  5. Hi Julie,
    Tallulah looks so cute. I bet you are both having lots of fun getting to know each other. I love animals too. They give us so much joy and companionship, don't they?


  6. Hello Julie,
    Thanks for popping by and for your sweet comment.
    Tallulah is an absolute sweety! You can forgive them anything can't you? Bella eats the most disgusting things and rolls in them too! Puppies are hard work,but you now have a friend for life who will give you unconditional love.
    So happy for you. :0)
    Bellaboo X


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