Monday, 22 March 2010

does tapestry weaving benefit from a dog's assistance?

Penny's been busy helping one of her humans with tapestry weaving recently. She thinks it's going quite well but she can't understand why humans spend so much time on something that can't be eaten.

10 comments:

Schwang said...

It's amazing you can get things done with Penny there. I get so distracted by the pooches, I can never get anything done. Of course, it's usually my fault that I want to play with them.

Maggie and Mitch said...

Your hooman is a very interesting person, Penny! Mom wishes she could visit you and watch tapestry weaving firsthand!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Twinkietinydog said...

Looks like spaghetti to me. Why can't we eat it?
Twinkie

Master Teal'c said...

Oh Penny, I do understand your point! But it is great that you try to help you hooman even if the result isn't eatable or to play with.
You look like as if you would learn from watching :)

Slobbers Teal'c

Mary said...

or chased!

parlance said...

Schwang, the tapestry weaver (not myself) is very focused when she's working and only stops to pat Penny about twice a minute.

parlance said...

Maggie and Mitch, I thought of your mum's interesting hobbies when I posted this one! It's not me, though. It's my sister.

parlance said...

Twink, I think you're on to something here - edible tapestries.

parlance said...

Teal'c, it's amazing how helpful you dogs can be to us poor little old humans.

parlance said...

Mary, I reckon if one of those bobbins had fallen off Penny might have chased it!