Merry Christmas, Everybody!
I'm so lucky that my post falls on Christmas this year.
I get to share a little of my holiday spirit with you!
Mom took a picture of me wearin' Dad's red tie.
She told me that Fezzik wore his red tie once, too and
that only her special boys get to wear it. I'm pretty lucky, huh?
I helped Mom and Dad decorate the tree this year.
Mom said she wanted to put all the beautiful ornaments she received
from her friends this year on our tree. I think it looks pretty festive.
Mom's friend, Miss Fay made the gingerbread girl and her friend from
Vermont, Miss Denise sent a whole box of felted acorn ornaments with
real caps! If you look real close, you can even see a corgi ornament that
Mom bought last year. Isn't it cute? I think it's my favorite one.
Look! Right in the middle of everything is Miss Shelly's
snowman "Sparkle"! Then, more felted acorns and pretty lights.
Miss Kathy, from the Paneras group made the snowman,
and Miss Joni handpainted the quilt cottage. Down on the
bottom of the picture you can just see a little bit of Mom's
cute little bunny ornament. (I think I'd like to play with that one!)
Miss Joni also made this Santa for Mom. It's really a wine bottle
cover. She gave Mom the bottle of wine that makes it stand up, too.
It's called "Lucky Duck". Mom told me that Miss Joni loves ducks.
What a coincidence! I do, too!
The ceramic tree was made by Mom's grandma about thirty years ago.
Mom carefully packs it every year so that it doesn't break.
There's one other Santa on display. He's got a couple of reindeer
with him, but Mom said that none of them are Rudolph. No red noses!
I already opened my presents for this year.
Mom got me a new stuffed animal. I love squeaky squirrels!
I'm gonna try my best not to de-stuff this squirrel before New Years.
So far, so good!
Well, I want to wish everyone a Blessed Christmas and I hope you
were good enough to get every little thing you asked Santa for this year.
I also hope that by next year, all the dogs without homes are adopted
and have a loving, warm place to celebrate with their forever families.
I'll be back to wish you a Happy New Year next week, but 'til then...
"More Waggin' and Less Barkin'!"