BULLDOG BLASPHEMY! 18
(More of BeeBee's Life)
We'd like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!
I've hired a housekeeper, and when she got to the refrigerator, I told her to toss anything that looked old, or bad. All that was left after she was done was some butter, bacon, cheese and bull-ogna.
This is a virtual painting done by Lauren Mitchell in Vancouver, WA. Thank you very much, Lauren. I plan on getting this from you on canvas.
And the sparring goes on between these two.
BeeBee's managed to bring the puppy out in George.
Notice that Delilah doesn't even blink.
But there really are some occasional peaceful moments around here.
But that can change in a heartbeat!
I think BeeBee's a gorgeous bulldog.
She'll grow into this collar so quickly!
I got this collar at the Tampa Bay Bulldog Club Christmas party and both dogs love to wear it.
She's got broad shoulders.
Here she is with Baby's favorite toy. I don't know why, but he loved to sleep with this every night.
He was one awesome bulldog and I miss him so. Looking back on his life, I truly believe that the Lord sent Baby to the earth on a mission, and when it was finished, He wanted him back.
The internet is growing and getting crowded, but so far, Baby's holding his own with the search engines.
She's getting heavy. She and George both love to hang out with me while I beat up on stones.
Here's the front view of an amber calcite bulldog. This stone is as hard as marble. It's also called honeycomb calcite.
Here's a side view of the sculpture.
This is a gorgeous stone and it's probably the only one ever made into a bulldog. It's ironic. When the school gave us tests in the second grade, I busted one phase big time. The teacher explained that my low grade indicated that I'd never be any good at working with anything in three dimensions. Also, most of you don't know this, but I had to repeat the first grade and almost didn't make it through the second time around. But things changed. I ended up with a B.S. in mathematics and have over 99,000 technical books in print, as of June 30, 2007. I also learned how to street fight, due to all of the teasing I got after school each day for years. A friend recently said, "Don't you wish you could see those kids again and show them what you've accomplished?" I responded, '"If I ever saw those kids again, I'd just say, "I forgive you for what you did. You were just kids. And I've been guilty of the same transgressions, but He has forgiven me"'
Here's George playing the role of Snidely Snagnasty, ruler of the planet Creepton. This is a new children's book we're working on. If you like to take a look at what we've done so far, you can see it at: http://www.bullybaby.com/space/space_bus_forward.htm
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