My friends Heather + Chris adopted Chester, the greyt earlier this year and recently began fostering another retired racer, Lincoln.
I got to meet him yesterday.
He came bounding into the room - all legs. There was no hesitation, no fear, but lots of awkwardness in his gangly movements!
He's sort of the opposite of Chester, who, although can be silly, is a bit more reserved and sensitive.
Saru, my main buddy and snuggle partner came to hang with us for a bit too.
Then we went outside and Lincoln sort of fetched the ball, Chester chased Lincoln and then they got all amped up and Lincoln started barking at me. Then the two minutes of energy expending was over and they were done.
Lincoln (sporting the red collar) is adoptable through the Northwest Canadian Greyhound League.
Fingers crossed someone I know adopts him so I can come visit him again!
"If I didn't build it, I wouldn't get to see it."
~ gj pearson
Come along on a wee photographic tour of gj pearson's studio...and mind. A jam-packed space that overflows with art and creativity.
You'll see mystical, fanciful, odd, and endearing characters intertwined with wire and paper. Pounded steel sculptures and delicate drawings and paintings. Kinetic pieces that wind up or are operated by what seems to be a sewing pedal. All magical.
Along the way you'll see some embroidered pieces and handmade jewellery created by fellow artist and wife, Denise Kathleen Nicholls of Firehorse Designs.
And two very adorable cats.
-> gj pearson art and firehorse designs.