Monday, June 24, 2013
Monday, June 17, 2013
Here are a few examples of the tactics described in my drawing in real life with my pugs, Sunny and Rosy. Enjoy.
Friday, June 14, 2013
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
On weekends though they are determined to wake me up early. Rosy's favorite tactic is trying to sit on my face as I push away her butt (does she do this when I'm sleeping?? Has her butt been scooting all over my face as I sleep each night??). Sunny likes to luck my face with her big slobbery tongue and stand on my chest (little paws of pain!).
So the above drawing is a typical weekday morning. So hard to get up when the pugs are acting cute and sleepy!
And the bottom drawing is my tropical weekend morning. Augh butt kisses and slobber!
And for those who may be thinking that waking up to pug kisses is delightful, picture this slurping across your face, including making contact with your mouth, nose and eyes.
Friday, June 7, 2013
Wednesday, June 5, 2013
A while ago I did a drawing of me and Sunny and how pugs don't understand personal space (post here). Well now that we have Rosy, Sunny now understands what it's like to have no personal space too! Muahahaha!
Tuesday, June 4, 2013
(1) I don't generally walk around all smiley and cheerful so growing up I was often told (sometimes by total strangers) to smile more. I HATED that.
(2) People always comment on how pugs look so sad but just because their faces often look sad, doesn't mean they actually are.
(3) I'm feeling particularly grumpy/cranky/low lately so this seemed fitting.
I'll be adding products with this in my Zazzle store. Part of the reason why I drew this was because I wanted to make a t-shirt for myself. So if you ever see a grumpy looking girl wearing a shirt with this with two adorable sad-faced stubborn pugs, then there's a good chance that's me!