I woke up this morning to find these lovely reindeer cookies my daughter made last night. She's home from college and got in the Christmas baking mode. (Yess!!) Knowing the people that live in this house, she left this note...
I think they are so cute. It's a peanut butter cookie shaped like a reindeer head.
Chocolate covered pretzels are the antlers with mini and regular size M&M's for eyes and nose.
Last weekend we had Christmas for my grandsons, Grayson who is 6 (and very tall for his age) and Logan, 10. They are both going on a trip and won't be with us for Christmas this year.
This is my sweet doggy Ellie who looks to be feeling constrained by the lack of floor space. Not to mention that people are sitting on the sofa, her choice spot for napping.
This adorable pup, Littlefoot, only weighs a few pounds. She belongs to my future son-in-law's mother. Littlefoot is a rescue dog, rescued from a puppy mill.
Because of what she endured her back legs are misaligned. She had to have several teeth pulled when Karen got her and took her to the vet, plus a host of other medical care. But she is the sweetest little dog and keeps up with the pack, as Karen as four other dogs!
These are the reindeer beers that I'm seeing all over the place. I'm going to use this idea for my three daughter's boyfriends this year.
|Life in the So Called Space Age|
Isn't this mid century Christmas card beautiful? Love it. Here are a few more,
my way of saying Merry Christmas to you.
Whatever you celebrate, wherever you are, Merry Christmas to you. I wish you joy, peace and good fortune.