sounds great! Do I use pay pal to pay you or do you want me to send you a check?
Jamieeeee I had been checking every hour to hear from the sale. How cool!!!
thrilled for you and your new hair.
I have been checking all morning for updates! Would you also be able to post pics of what's still available?! Might be worth a trip down to check it out if possible. :-) Let me know. Thanks!
Lucky you!! Congrats. I can't wait to hear what's still available please give me a shout. You look fab in your pic. Love the hair. Debate tonight. Can you stand it?
what fun stuff! I wish you were in the Northeast!
Wow, all your stuff is amazing!! I wish I lived closer so I could have come.
i love the hair cut. you fox you!!
Jamie!!It was really a pleasure to meet you. Thanks for the rad art stuff that I got from you, it made it safely home. Pollock was grateful for the opportunity to attack you and your mother with kisses! Also, thanks for checking out The Estate of ThingsI'll be keeping up with you!Betsy
oh no! i mean YEAH! i'm so glad it went so well... but please tell me you have some of the little zebras still available?!
i do have zebras!! they are $10 each, plus shipping if you'd like one. just let me know!
me me me! I want a zebra!I love the short hair. It looks so fresh. And you look so young!
so glad it was a success - your stuff looks so great! I wimped out on the drive from the Triangle, maybe next time!
everything looks awesome! congrats on such a good turn out!
i do, i do!what about the napkins?
this is all so my style. wish i could spread wings and come on down... ugh.
love the glass P - how much and can you ship it.do you take cash or pay pal?
What a success! If you have any of the little treat jars with the 'W' on it, let me know. I will take one of your hands.Love the hair, love the baby!
I can see why the sale went so well. I could have bought all of them if I was in the neighborhood!
Fun stuff Jamie, I'm not at all surprised you sold out. Good for you!I love the name, I'm sure he'll live up to it.A good groomer is worth their weight in gold. We left Jack fluffy for a while when he was little, his "big boy" haircut was probably around 9 months. I would think your groomer could modify the standard cut and leave Rowdy longer all over. They don't have to buzz their backs down close.As for matting, it's hard to tell for a while. Their puppy coat is a little different, and clipping makes it less coarse over time. (it brings out the soft undercoat) Jack has very soft, almost cottony hair that tends to mat. Brushing helps a lot, but I'm bad about doing it. Alex's fur is not quite so fluffy, so he mats less unless he finds a spot and licks a bunch.Again, SO excited for you. Puppies are certainly work, but also a ton of fun. Spoil him rotten!
Whoops, forgot a couple points. I would have him groomed regularly even in you leave him long. They can trim him up a little if he gets scraggly in places, plus they'll trim his nails and pull the hair out of his ears. They'll also shave out the hair between the pads on his paws (improving traction on tile and hardwood) and check his anal glands. Also, once he's too big to wash in the sink it's nice to let someone else take over. They'll get any mats, blow him dry and give him back to you smelling good. Totally worth it.
I'm so sad I missed it ... it all looks great. So when do you want to come over to my house and help me decorate? :)KBear
The sale was great! I'm hoping there will be another one in the near future!
Jamie - great to meet you and see all of you and your Mom's hard work. Definitely fantastic - all of it. I did a post about the sale - here's the link. http://essmom.blogspot.com/2008/10/i-have-been-furbished.htmlbest, Sherri/The Claw
Your stuff is amazing! Is any of it available online?
the P jar has a paperweight bulb in it, so i can't ship it!and the 'w' glass is gone =(
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