Where has December gone?? It has disappeared in a flurry of early Christmases being celebrated with many friends and the need for lots of naps because it is warm and humid.
I have been doing a little crafting: some tealight candle holders inspired by Kootoyoo.
And when it is a little darker...
I am inordinately pleased with them, though sadly I don't think they are for posting!! These can be posted though: two reindeer for MrsDrWho's niece and nephew.
You need wonder no more. The other day it was very quiet, and when I looked around, I saw Lorelai Gilmore with her head stuck in a box. Being a good mother, did I rush to her and whip the box off her head and comfort her?? No of course not. I went and found my camera and took some photos. Then I rescued her.
Peri had fun on her walk doing her favourite thing: rolling in something smelly!!
Harki played in the diminishing creek and got unusually dirty, but loved every minute!!!
And here is Gilly being her usual self, ie not in a box, but 'helping' me make an I Spy quilt by rearranging the bed and the squares!!
In other news I have Five Kilometres of my favourite lime green cotton. Nothing like feeling you can sew for five kilometres!!
And Christmas Rock!!!
If you are wondering if Santa's Six White Boomers are ready to go, well they are. They are right here in the Apple Isle, ready to be harnessed tonight. We have the Boomers because the reindeer can't stand the terrible heat.
The Labradors are very excited because they have presents ready to unwrap. Not that Lorelai Gilmore hasn't already unwrapped some belonging to other people!!! MrsDrWho is overseas, so I am going to visit The Kittens in the morning and unwrap their presents with them and take some photos. I'm thinking by Boxing Day I should be 'untired' enough to face my Inbox and reply to my comments. Tonight I have to make some Cherry ice cream, with chopped up Cherry Ripes and Real Cherries too!! Yum!!!
The Labradors and I wish everyone a Very Merry Christmas!! We hope you and your family and friends have a wonderful day celebrating in which ever way you choose. I am off to a friend's house to share the day with her family. I count myself lucky to have so many friends who ask me to their Christmas Day!!!
The Labradors are searching for their presents every day. Hey!
Jingle Bells, Tinsel tells Christmas time is nigh.
The Labradors are looking out for Santa in the sky.