Inhuman Swill : Ella

Ella on the assist!

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Ella (accompanied by her pal Casey) demonstrates her rebounding technique.

Twelve months of Ella

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Our close friend [info]ellapup has a 2006 calendar for sale. Check it out, and maybe pick up a copy and help her feel a little better about herself.

At last, captured by hidden camera, we can confirm who it is that's been reading our books while we're out.

She's fierce.

Nothing but teeth and fur

I wonder if dogs get ice headaches.

Queen of the Haight

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Ella, Queen of the Haight Ella, feelin' groovy....

Ella, stalking the wild basketball Ella, closing in for the kill...

When Laura and I are out walking Ella and a kid asks us what kind of dog she is, sometimes we say, "She's not a dog, she's a bear!"

Nyla is Ella's neighbor from upstairs. They battled evildoers and a red rubber ball in the back yard yesterday evening.

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Barking sheep

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Laura and Ella and I spent last weekend in western Massachusetts, at the country home of our friends Liz and Jim (yes, Liz and Jim of merry temple adventurers fame). Their house was fabulous and we had a terrific time. But one image in particular stands out in my mind.

Ella is a very furry dog, furry and fluffy and soft. Her coat, of course, makes her look much fatter than she really is. The country house is situated on a little lake, and when Jim and I took Ella walking in the back yard, she was bold enough to venture out into the lake until the water was to her knees. When she came back to shore, the fur was plastered to the bottom six inches of her skinny little legs.

Swear to god, she looked just like a sheep. I wish I had a picture.

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