Yes, we do. We now have a Pomeranian puppy in our home. His name is Buddy. He is 6 months old and already knew his name, so we didn't want to change it. Poor little guy is going through enough changes. (grin) He is so dag-gone cute. Kevin and I love him, Callie and Aeris, not so much. LOL Here he is.
I was at our daughter, Carolyn's house this past Saturday. I took her a bunch of yarn that I didn't need. She makes Linus Project afghans. She also gave me several quilting books. Pretty fair trade in my opinion. LOL Here is a picture of the books.
It has been three very long days now and things are getting a little better. Buddy is getting better with the leash. At least now I am not either dragging or carrying him. He follows pretty good. I have been getting him to potty outside at least a couple of times a day. Our beagle, Thunder has decided not to kill him. Oh goodness, she scared me so much the first time I took him out to potty. I literally had to get between her and him. She ignores him now. Buddy only barks at the cats now if they startle him. Of course, I think he has realized that they are bigger than he is, so he had better start getting along with them. LOL Here is Callie looking down at Buddy. Look at that body language.
I do not know much about Buddy's previous history. Jon said his mom is registered, but we don't know about his father. I am pretty sure he is not pure bred, but that doesn't matter one bit to me. Evidently his former owners are moving or something and had to either find him another home or have him put to sleep. Oh my goodness! When I heard that, I would have taken him even if he had been ugly as mud. Thankfully he is cute instead. (big grin) Our vet's wife (also his nurse and secretary) said things should calm down in a couple of weeks. They will probably end up being good friends. Not so sure about that. I'll settle for tolerating each other. LOL Anyway, the important thing is Buddy is healthy and smart and cute as a button. Don't you think so?
I will end this post on a scrappy note. Look what my good friend, Cyndi sent me. As soon as things settle down here at the house, I will be getting creative with these scraps. Thank you so much Cyndi.