This is what Lucy looked like earlier this week... fuzzy wuzzy was a cocker spaniel.
With temps in the 60's today, I figured it was the perfect day to give the girly a bath. She could air dry instead of sitting for an hour using the hair dryer.
I have always bathed and clipped her, but with both of us getting older, neither one of us have a good time.
But after much discussion, hugs and treats we survived another haircut. Looks like Baa Baa Black Sheep, but blonde.
I am covered in as much Lucy hair as Lucy...
She looks a little choppy but for the next few days I'll have scissors in hand cutting off those long hairs I may have missed in this round.
And the bag full of Lucy locks will be dumped in the compost. It may be a bit early in the season, but the birds use the hair for their nests and what they don't use will end up being turned into the compost and added to the gardens in the spring.
Trip to the Train Show with the Grands...Most of the Cow Palace at the Fairgrounds was set up with vendors tables filled with every imaginable item you could think of for model trains and train gardens. However there were some wonderful train set ups for Children and Grandparents to enjoy.
A winter scene...very much like our weather outside...
Lovely vintage locomotive...the passenger cars have people in the seats, taking a trip.
We have boxes of HO and N Gage trains with the towns, trees, cars and people. I want to pull it all out and put up a display... however I can't talk the Husband into building it on top of the pool table.