The "ground" she's sitting on is part of a piece of linen I wrapped in a large rusty bolt and sun dyed in eucalyptus water. The colours are appropriate, as I've just top-dressed my backyard, and put in gravel paths.
And here's the girl herself, being cheeky and playful, as she settles happily into her new life.
She's such a delight, too smart for her own little blue nose spots, lots of fun. ....and growing way too quickly. I'll do a post on her another time, and how we're settling in together, and the joys and challenges of integrating an exuberant pup into a household full of cats, but now, after a full and busy day, "the baby" is napping and it's that time of night to put my feet up and relax for a bit before a last trip outside before bedtime. I have the last of the centres of the dresden plate blocks to stitch down, and hope to get them finished tonight.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend.