UPS came by our little Kennel this week and brought us the strangest package. Actually it was for me, not Us. Well it was kind of for us, but mostly for ME. It was about 6 inches wide and 6 inches deep and about a gazillion inches high.
We hurried in the house and opened it up and Guess What? There was a Christmas Tree in it. My Very Own Christmas Tree. and it is live so we can plant it in the spring and I will have my very own Christmas Tree all year round.
My lovely friend Roo from Roos doins Heard my cries of unfairness cause we don't have a tree and so she SENT ME A CHRISTMAS TREE. The most beautiful tree in all of Blogville too. And at night My Vickie plugs in the beautiful lights and I get to just sit and stare at it for hours.
Roo, THANK YOU soooooo much. I HAVE A TREE
Everyone at the kennel is jealous so My Vickie brought out Mr Hand-Puppet to distract them from the fact that it is MY TREE and they can't play with it.
Mr. Hand-Puppet is kind of fun. He moves, and talks and grabs your nose. Lexy loves him.
And I think Mr. Hand-Puppet loves her too.
Mr. Goose and I went for a walk Saturday too. I had seen Gooses blog and was making all kinds of fun of him having to wear all those jingle bells. His human went way overboard on the bells this hear. You should check out the silly video on Gooses blog yesterday .
I warned him NOT To bring the bells on the walk cause they make so much noise, and do you know what that goof ball did? He not only brought his bell collar, but he brought one for me to wear.
I was mortified. My Vickie MADE me wear it. But you know, I got to liking that thing. IN fact, I really like it. It sounds so cool as I go running with it.
Once we started the hike, My Vickie took my cool collar off cause she was sure I would get it muddy or wet or something like that. Imagine that....Me getting something dirty or wet.
Me and Goose explored all over in the King Fisher trail area. Goose made jingling sounds as he walked. It was cool hearing it through the brush.
WE found a cool old tree that you can crawl into and sleep if you want. I wonder if some of my two legged friends that live in the area have used this as protection from the elements. It was big enough to sleep in if you wanted.
Goose and I played tug-of-war and frolicked in the river. It was great fun. Goose gets a Little physco with the stick thing though.
Check out the close up below. Scary eyes.....
Then at the river My Vickie found these cool ice designs along the shore of the river.
Pretty cool, don't ya think.
Tons more play and a little more hiking.
A couple of poses in the brush
And a final leap up and over the cliff, and it was time to go home.
I ended the day with a snooze by my Christmas tree and a final prayer for blessings to my new friends that are having such a hard time after a most horrendous loss of loved ones.
Sleep well tonight my friends at Kissa Bull and know you are in all of our thoughts.