Now that’s freezing cold outside, I am day dreaming and remembering my awesome Christmas that I spent with my family
This past Christmas, I received a delicious stuffed bone from my great-grandma, and I was spoiled rotten. She is 100 years old, but doesn’t look a day over 70. I spent a lot of time sitting on her lap, watching the Christmas festivities. Look at how happy and content I am!
Don’t you just love how adorable my toofers are? There is always one sticking out on my face, and the other one is hidden. I still have my other canine, don’t worry.
I got so much love and attention from my family, and so many rubs.
And from my perch on Great-Grandma’s lap, I watched all the festivities and I was curious to all the presents they opened. This one smells of chocolate! And it was. My great-grandma loves eating chocolate. She says it’s good for her heath and keeps her living!
For Christmas, Great-Grandma got me a bone… only it’s not a real bone. It’s a stuffed toy, but it’s still fun and I played tug-of-war with Mama. It fits my mouth perfectly, and though it’s not as yummy as a real bone would have been, it was still so much fun to shake and play fetch with it. I am a HUGE fan of playing fetch. You throw it and I will get it for you, and bring it back!
I hope everyone had a fabulous holiday and a merry Christmas. I know this post is like a month too late … but we have been busy! And now it’s hibernating and food eating time. It’s cold – Mama has her hot chocolate, and I get bites of yummy chicken.
I leave you with this adorable photo of me and my Auntie. She is holding me like a baby. We think it’s super adorable photo of the two of us! Have a great January!