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Wednesday, December 25, 2013

merry merry quite contrary GARY...

I spend Christmas under a lot of trees, in a lot of stockings, right?  Artists and retailers have the unique joy of being Santa's elf, the person making the surprises! What an honor.

I also have the unique joy of babysitting a FLOCK of chickens and Puffy the cat too!

And catch this:  there is this really pretty place near us, a village called Forest Home.  They have 2 bridges.  One of which was recently PICKED UP and moved 100 feet away for repairs..wish I could have seen THAT.  You can see that although all our snow melted on the weekend...we got plenty for a white Christmas (oh yes, one day I will have that warm and green Christmas in Key West... :)

5 comments:

bartster said...

Elfin' chickin wranglin' cat mindin, chefin' and pot makin'---quite an array of talents!

smartcat said...

A Joyous Christmas to you, Maude, Spike and Penny.

I too would enjoy a Key West Christmas!

B. Rogers, Living in Black Mountain said...

Happy Christmas to you and your loved ones (feathered, furry or otherwise!) Barb

Michèle Hastings said...

Merry Christmas to Gary, Maude, Penny, and Spike!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

An elf with a swell workshop--that's the truth!

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