Schnauzer Quilt

I recently realized I have likely never posted about this.

Each night before I go to sleep in my bed (well technically it is my humans’ bed), I have to deal with this quilt below staring at me from the other side of the bedroom.

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You’ve probably picked up from reading my blog, that my humans are absolutely obsessed with schnauzers. My female human made this quilt in 2006 and in 2007 it was her first quilt to ever be in a show – it was in the 2007 Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show in Sisters, Oregon.

It was her first foray I think, into something she calls “art quilting” and “improvisational quilting”. Sounds like a bunch of fluffy words to me but I am sharing them in case they mean anything to you. The quilt is called Inspired by Schnauzers and I remember my female human saying something about it being inspired by the beauty of Central Oregon and of course schnauzers (the most beautiful entities on the planet of course!)

Here are my brother Mike and I getting ready to go to sleep for the night (with that quilt glaring at us). I do not normally like photos with evidence that I sort of like my adopted brother Mike (note the semi “furry eyeball” I am giving the photographer) but since you all are my faithful readers (even though you do not mail me large packages of dog biscuits), I will share it will you.

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I am kind of sleepy so I am not giving the full “furry eyeball” I usually give when my privacy is invaded.

Yeah, yeah, I can hear all your cooing and “ahhhhhs/awwwws” from here. I had to put up with enough of them from my female human.


Postscript

I have not posted in a while as I am dealing with some medical issues. I appear to be having seizures, according to my humans. All I know is I suddenly wake up from a strange nap very confused and sore. My humans recently took me to my doctor, he rans some tests and I have something called hypothyroidism.

I got put on a medication (that they hide in my food, they are not fooling me – I know what is going on) and I think it is helping me. I could do without seizures and confusion in my life, they interfere with ongoing strategic management of my humans.

 

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Shopping with Schnau

We convinced the humans to take us shopping this weekend.

The home improvement store was not particularly exciting (the humans were looking a new screen doors) but it was better than waiting in the car.

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I am sure for the humans their shopping experience was greatly enhanced by having “schnau” in their shopping cart!