( Annie is going into her costume box next and I'm sure will need your help soon!)
Then she wanted us to try on Halloween stuff. I thought maybe I could be a witch since I am overdue for a grooming. Annie on the other paw, decided on a full disguise. ...
Last week we went to Julian - an adorable little historic Western town an hour east of San Diego in the beautiful Cuyamaca mountains. There are so many cute shops. Our fave was The Warm Hearth that had so much fab stuff! Annie sniffed around everything and chose a toy bear to bring home. I found this adorable antique truck just my size. I did not buy it since it was actually a cooler, and I didnt have $500!
And as we walked back to our car, I saw the perfect photo op. I had Annie go into the old time jail and pose. Isn't she just criminally adorable? What a fun day!
Annie asked if we could celebrate #FuzzFriday with Rocco. Ugh. She still dreams about her meeting Rocco at BlogPaws. She was so starstruck! I told her that I don't think Rocco can come all the way from Utah to join us. ..
Then we made friends with sheep and goats. Two of them came to meet me and give me a kiss. I was polite but I thought they had a weird odor.
For #FuzzFriday we decided we wanted to try more treats from Sugar's cookbook. This time we chose what Sugar's Mom called "Bacon for breakfast, lunch and dinner" . Annie couldn't wait till the baking started and went after the ingredients - the bacon of course.
Then the treats came out of the oven and we tasted them. OMP! Annie and I just love these. We call them Bacon Balls. SO yum! We just adore the Cooking for Sugar book. In this house though, the title has been translated into Cooking For Rosy and Annie!
Tonight is Rosh Hashanah. Rosh means ‘The Start’ and Hashanah means ‘The Year”, hence, the beginning of the Jewish New Year! Its 5777 ! We eat Apples and Honey cause we want to have a super duper sweet year. And now Annie and I want to say to all our friends and family that celebrate – Shana Tovah – which means "We hope you have a good and sweet year! "