27 April, 2013

Good Golly, Miss Molly!

 Last night I was out the back hanging washing on the line when there was an almighty crash. The first thing I thought was my crystal cabinet with all my Swarovski crystal 
had been broken!
 Nelson said Molly had come bounding in, jumped over the little table and crashed into the window.
 
 Molly cut her leg and it was bleeding quite a bit. She was so good as I was bandaging her leg. She got another little cut on her left leg but that one wasn't too bad.
Ginger was on the outside of the window. She and Molly often bark at each other through the window. I think she may have tried to pick up a piece of glass and cut her tongue. It was only a small cut but still lots of blood!
 Lucky I had some extra poster paper (waiting for the next project) to tape onto the window.
Comforting each other.
This morning Molly is still very subdued.
 You can see the damage better here in the daylight.
 On a brighter note, Nelson is off to his first teenage party tonight. Georgia is the first of his friends to turn 13. She is very into ballet, so I've made her a pouch to put her bit and pieces in, along with some gorgeous crystal earrings.
 I found this gorgeous ballet shoe fabric. I've never had to look in that section before! LOL!
I lined it with some pink ribbon fabric from the same range.

23 comments:

barb's creations said...

Very pretty ballet pouch Christine, I hope Molly is feeling a bit more like herself today and her leg isn't hurting her too much, nothing worse than when our fur babies hurt themselves :) Barb.

Sharon - Lilabelle Lane said...

Oh no Molly, you are a very lucky girl that you didn't do anymore damage. Love the pouch. Very lucky lady to be receiving it. hugs

Sisbabestitches said...

Oh poor dear, must have been such a shock for her, and everyone else! Lovely present, very girly, in a good way :) Lovely to play with pink, on occasion :)

debbie said...

Poor pup, hope all is well now. I am enjoying my one week I get to keep my first foster girl pup and I just can't stop smiling! She leaves me on Tuesday morning but I hope another will come soon. Hope your pup heals quickly. xx debbie

Astrid said...

Oh my! Poor Molly! I hope she's doing better and that she won't do such a silly thing again!
Lovely pouch! I'm sure she will like it.

Vroomans' Quilts said...

Lovely gift for a young ballerina.

Anthea said...

What a kerfuffle! Glad that the dogs are ok, nothing stops the heart like an injured furbaby... Quick thinking Doctor Christine!!
Beautiful pouch for the young lady, he might get a few more invitations now, giving gifts like that, LOL x

Melody said...

Poor little Molly, what a little scatter brain. Poor Ginger too. Never a dull moment with your little girl around. Lovely stitching too.

marina said...

I think Molly is looking quite sorry for what she has done! Lucky she only got a small cut, I hate to imagine how much worse she could have been.
Lovely pink purse, the fabric is beautiful

Leanne said...

Oh not your poor Molly, I bet she got a fright. Hope she is feeling better today.

Bev C said...

Hello Christine,

Love the pouch you made for the teenager. Glad that the dogs are OK, if its not teenager boys with cricket balls and footballs its dogs breaking windows. (our son was a good window breaker!)

Enjoy your weekend.
Bev.

Cheryll said...

What a great MuM you are...
Hope he has FuN! :0

Michelle Ridgway said...

Oh poor miss molly. I am so glad she is OK. Lovely ballet pouch...hope it was a good party.

O'faigh said...

Hello Christine, glad Miss Molly is ok...one never knows what is around the corner....pretty ballerina pouch..hugs lyn

Anorina (Samelias Mum) said...

Lovely ballet pouch. My daughter is a ballerina... well she likes to think so.

Val Spiers said...

The ballet gift is lovely. The fabric is great. It takes a fair force to break a window. No wonder Molly is subdued.

Gina E. said...

OMG, that must have been one hell of a jump to go throught a window...glad your doggies weren't more seriously hurt.
Your son's friend is a lucky girl - how kind you are to look for the right fabric and make something so useful and pretty.

Noela said...

What a relief that your dog was not badly hurt. She was lucky as those chards in the window look very sharp. Love your ballet pouch. Hugs....

Fiona said...

Oh - you must have all got a fright with that... was a bit silly Molly girl...
Hugz

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Oh your poor fury babies....it must have been a scare for them both....gorgeous ballet bag...

Charlie and Wendy said...

Oh your poor dogs, they must have got a fright! Hope the cuts are healing well. The gift you made is so pretty!

Jindi's Cottage said...

Oh Molly! she certainly does look subdued, gave her a fright I'm sure...pretty ballet bag...

Cheryl said...

Poor Molly - luckily she wasn't too badly injured - I'm sure she will be taking things a bit more calmly for a while. Love the ballet pouch you made Christine