Contributors: Sharkey

Sharkey

Meet Sharkey

I was born on February 18, 2005, in Trappe, Maryland. While my personality is laidback and easygoing, I’m always ready for a good adventure. If I see something I need to chase, like a squirrel, for example, I’m out the door and across the field without hesitation. I also really love to intimidate the donkeys even though a kick from them would probably really hurt. Francesca complains that I’m much too spontaneous and daring, but I just really like to have fun. I think Franny believes that I’m just not as smart as she is, but she is a bit of a snob.

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Sharkey Bakes a Soufflé

Sharkey Bakes a Soufflé

Posted by Sharkey

I was in the mood to bake a soufflé and I asked Thomas Joseph from the TV kitchen if he would be willing to come to Bedford and give me a hand.  A soufflé is a combination of custard and beaten egg whites and when it comes out of the oven, it should be puffed …

Martha's Motor Scooter in Bedford

Martha's Motor Scooter in Bedford

Posted by Sharkey

You may remember from a previous Wag from last July that Martha has a motor scooter in East Hampton.  It’s such a cute little thing and so much fun to ride.  Well, you can imagine my surprise when I found that very same scooter in the equipment barn in Bedford.

Cleaning Martha's Desk

Cleaning Martha's Desk

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Well, yesterday we blogged about smashing the giant chocolate bunny and if that wasn’t enough, I was given another task of cleaning and organizing Martha’s desk.  Martha’s desk is right in the kitchen and since that’s where we, Frenchies, hang out, I didn’t really mind too much.  After all, we’re the ones who have to …

New Evidence of a Rodent

New Evidence of a Rodent

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Franny and I were in our blog studio, editing some recent photos, when I got up to stretch and look outside.  I was very interested to notice that after we entered the studio, something had made some changes to the door stoop outside.  This is a farm, after all, and there are critters galore!

Planting Chicken Salad in the Garden

Planting Chicken Salad in the Garden

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On Martha’s blog today, she explains how we got a new delivery of baby chicks.  They were brought to the farm by Traci Torres, of My Pet Chicken.  Traci’s business provides everything you need to keep backyard chickens, including baby chicks, chicken coops, accessories, and books.  Along with the adorable little chicks, Traci also brought …

Stormy Skies in Bedford

Stormy Skies in Bedford

Posted by Sharkey

It was all over the local news yesterday morning that severe thunderstorms were moving through the area.  Where I don’t mind the rain so much, I have to admit that thunderstorms scare me.  Looking out the door, I noticed that it was getting really dark and Francesca and I took a peek from the covered …

Puzzle Boxes From Boxology!

Puzzle Boxes From Boxology!

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The other day, Martha brought home these amazing carved wooden boxes.  They were made by Richard Rothbard, who has a company called Boxology.  They’re actually puzzle boxes made to look like Martha, Francesca, and me.  Take a look!

Sneaking off to the Main House at Skylands

Sneaking off to the Main House at Skylands

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The other day, I told you about how G.K. and I had to stay in the six-car garage apartment with Uncle Carlos up at Skylands.  Where I didn’t mind it all that much, it is a little hard getting used to that place when you are accustomed to staying in the splendor of the main …

More of our Trip to Maine With Uncle Carlos

More of our Trip to Maine With Uncle Carlos

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I know that Francesca is back at home with us and you probably expect to see her in the blogs from now on.  However, G.K. and I had some adventures while she was in Maryland and we want to share them with you.  Do you remember when we went to Skylands with Uncle Carlos to …

Picking Francesca up in Maryland

Picking Francesca up in Maryland

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At long last!  It was time to bring Francesca back home.  As you all know by now, Franny wasn’t feeling well and she went to see the Frenchie specialist in Maryland.  After it was discovered that she had Lyme disease, the breeder wanted Franny to recuperate from that dreaded ailment with her.  Martha agreed and …