Saturday, September 6, 2008

Dianne the Red












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This one is for you Puggles, does
this colour suit your Raggedy Ann
fantasy more closely?
Sorry, I couldn't do braids or plaits. :)






13 comments:

/t. said...

well
if this
isn't enough
to give the pug
a fantasy or two... i can think of a couple ;)

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

foam said...

i have a strong suspicion that underneath that pug disguise lurks a person who looks a lot like raggedy andy.

puerileuwaite said...

So could I, /t.

Not that this isn't sufficient fantasy fodder. But now you have me thinking of TWO Diannes at once.

Thanks Dianne. You'll have me dreaming nice thoughts of the land down under tonight!

puerileuwaite said...

Oh, and BTW Foam: I take good care of myself now that I'm older. But I sure used to have a lot of raggedy Saturday and Sunday mornings.

puerileuwaite said...

(I now turn moderation of this comments section back to Dianne)

dianne said...

Puggles my love, thank you, if I haven't given you something nice to fantasise and dream about I have at least given you a laugh;just think of me as twins, but I'm sure that you have many other girls to dream about. :) <3

Yes /t.I'm certain you could come up with some fantasies of your own. :) <3

Foamie, I dont know about Raggedy Andy, I do like older men and if he's a bit raggedy around the edges on a Saturday & Sunday morning I dont mind. I think behind that 'cute pug' persona lies a very intelligent, thoughtful and entertaining man. :) xoxox

foam said...

oops, apparently a misunderstood comment by me. i frankly had no idea how young or old pug might be. i just had a quick visual image of pug looking exactly like raggedy andy .. all clothlike with those blue sailor britches pulled way up high. i wore out several raggedy ann and andy dolls. they were my action figures during the 60s. plus my favorite book was raggedy ann and andy with the wrinkled knees. i still have it. you are bringing back lots of memories for me, dianne .. :)

foam said...

that would be the camel with the wrinkled knees.

dianne said...

oops from me as well, I dont know how old or young our darling Pug is either, but he's very special to me as his wise words, as well as yours and others helped me out. You know I really dont like disharmony and I never hold grudges.
I'm glad I have bought back some memories for you. :) xoxox

The Phosgene Kid said...

pug fantasizes about garden hoses and the Holland Tunnel.

Two questions:

I notice you live in New South Wales - does that mean there's an Old South Wales too?

Are all Aussie women so pretty?

Little Lamb said...

I like your red hair.

dianne said...

Phos dear, New South Wales was named as such because it reminded Lt.James Cook on his 1770 voyage here of the countryside of southern Wales in the UK, with its rolling hills and steep cliffs; although as a comparison I think he was drawing a very long bow.

So you think I'm pretty- thank you kind Sir :) most of us come from mixed, hearty peasant stock but there were many free settlers as well.My ancestors came from Ireland, Scotland & England. :) xoxoxo

dianne said...

Thanks Lil Lambie, I did dye it red for a few years and was very happy with the result, being a girl yourself you know we like to experiment with colours. :) xoxoxo