Sunday, March 27, 2011

Waiting on Spring

Welp, we may finally be moving back into warmer weather this coming week.  But it's the weekends when I can get the human to do the most work, so I need the good weather then!  We've got some pretty pink and yellow tulips in vases inside, which I've been enjoying.  We've got even more getting ready to bloom in the bulb bed, which I'm helpfully posing in front of above.  Oh, and we had a swallowtail butterfly visiting for a brief 24 hrs.  A picture of that is on the Herbal Corgi blog. I figure it was resting on its migratory journey, or maybe even laying eggs (it was resting in our big buddleia, butterfly bush).

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Greetings from Stella O'Fluff!

Friday, March 11, 2011

Corgi Mind Meld

I'm working on the tennis ball here. I figure the ball has no brain, so it should be easier than working on the human...

Wednesday, March 9, 2011


Wishing a very Happy Birthday to my human's Mom.  Born Janice Faye Mills on March 9, 1936.  She is the daughter of Frank and Olive, the wife of John, the mother of Debba, Brett and Dina, and the grandmother of Jack.  Well educated, well traveled, with a lengthy career in fashion merchandising, a healthy sense of humor, a decency of character, and well loved by all who know her, this is a life well lived!

Love and Fluffy Hugs,
Stella and the human (Debba)

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Paris Lynn, Rest in Peace

Paris Lynn, Kallista Tempt Me with Kisses, CGC, passed away quietly at her home in Kingsport, TN late this morning. Daughter of the illustrious Panda Bear and Danny, Hum'nbird Valedictorian, she's a great aunt of yerstrulyfluffy, perhaps once or twice removed.  She leaves children, grandchildren and hoomans to mourn her passing, but also leaves wonderful treasured memories because she was so greatly loved by all who knew her.  I know she'll be reunited at the Rainbow Bridge with all the loved ones who've already passed.  We'll miss you, Paris Lynn.

See Paris Lynn's memorial page:

Friday, March 4, 2011

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Since the human buys stuff, I kinda have to settle for what she gets.  So, when it comes to flowers, they're mostly pinks & blues.  Howsumeber, some orange tulips wound up in the mix, hee hee!  And they're coming up right in the middle of the purple hyacinths.  Don't they look pretty?  Since I'm a little on the orange side myself and purple is my favorite color, I'd say that's a bit of Fluffy Serendipity, eh?

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Rare Sighting!

Dwarf Welsh Woolly Mammoth stalking the back garden.