Friday, February 1, 2013


Dear Diary:
One week ago today I met the most influential woman in my life, (next to my momma and maybe my sister stella rose). She was beautiful, articulate, fascinating, well-versed in the ways of the world, and downright friendly.  Yes, friends I am talking about Puddles, that little red doxie that we all know and love.  While her and the pipster visited with us, they shared adventures that they had completed in their lives, and how they had helped others along the way.  I am surprised they have not received a Nobel Prize for peace.  Every morning when I wake up the first thing I contemplate is "what good would dear puddles do today?" and I strive to reach that high goal. 

Here is picture #18 that I am coloring for my wall.  See how beautiful she is.

Maggie Moose


  1. Articulate? Okays nows dat is a new word to describe me...I has heard udder words but not dat one in particular.
    Well you sees I has a mission in life to takes I mean, to makes everybuddy smile, and be happy, and love one anudder. Furiends do be very important so I hopes I can always be theres fur them. Dang, dat sounded good didn'it?

    Could makes dat flower's a happy color.

    Puddles...your BFF

  2. Puddles sounds terrific

    urban hounds

  3. I fear that this may lead to no good. I will follow along.

  4. Those two should get a prize fur the 87 PIECES of plaster that your mom had to clean up.

  5. It is great to have such role models! Have a great day. Lee and Phod

  6. I think the picture on your wall is just beautiful.
    I do think Puddles and Pipster,,should get an award! Truly they should.

  7. We are sure Puddles is chuffed to bits Maggie. She now has an apprentice in crime! Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

  8. Love the dresses and the picture of Puddles!

  9. What an inspiring post about the world's most influential doxie girl. Are you sure you met the right Puddles? How fortunate you got to meet Pip too. We're looking forward to it.

  10. Uh, if you are going to become an apprentice to Miss Puddles the United States, and possibly the world, might be in trouble. That little brown wiener has "I'm taking over the world" written all over her.

    Be careful.

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,

  11. Puddles iz wonderful;z but dont'z forget she love'z naughty fun'z and youz could get grounded again..BOL xxooxx

    Mollie and Alfie

  12. She's lovely. Maybe one day she'll win a Pulitzer.

  13. Lovely picture Maggie, and yes we sent the picture in not to worry! :)