Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Wordless Wednesday!

Calling Cinnamon!

18 comments:

  1. Cinnamon is adorable and love the name ~ ^_^

    Thanks for 'visiting and commenting' ~ am also your latest GFC follower.

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  2. Sweet Cinnamon, you're such a smart and good girl. We enjoyed your video very much. We send you many purrs for a wonderful Wednesday.

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  3. Such a sweet and obedient girl...You are so adorable! Miss Kitty and I enjoyed seeing you again! XO

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  4. Woof! Woof! Great! What a good girl. Loves carrots too. Happy BlogPaws WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  5. What a beautiful girl - she does a nice job with the commands. You've trained her well. ;o)

    Thanks for sharing - woof woof woof!

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  6. Cockers are such great little dogs!

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  7. Oh she's gorgeous! Um, don't read my blog post today. Just sayin'. Read yesterday's and enter the contest instead.

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  8. Super smart girl! Makes me feel like I should work with my kids more :-)

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  9. Awww good girl - I cant wait to see you in pawson at BlogPaws.

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  10. what a good and adorable girl she is!!! Barks and licks and love, Dakota www.dakotasden.wordpress.com

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  11. Awesome dog! Very impressed with how good she is. Our Maude enters her first obedience class this weekend. :)

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  12. Oo! Oo! You'll be at BlogPaws? YAY!!

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  13. She seemed to be a bit camera shy at the beginning :)

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  14. I loved the post. I've been fooling around with a middle grade novel this past year, but had an idea for a children's rhyming book, and just completed it. I teach kindergarten, so I have read lots of good and bad rhyming books. I think I'm ready to publish, but am having a hard time finding the guidelines for formatting a picture book. I've found one site that said to put a header at the top with your contact information and then double space the rest, but is this true for a rhyming book as well? Thanks for all the clever tips. Patricia Megahey
    Great interview! Read Me Dead sounds like it has a really good story in there!
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  15. Loking mighty fine Cinnamon! Hey, our friends just rescued a Cocker Spaniel from a high kill shelter. We send them a puppy started kit with food and toys.

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