They keep going on as if Christmas is over. I know it isn’t. “Hey what about that package Mollie sent you”. I know it’s there and it is time for it. Kaci asked me what this was about. I told her that I won a contest over at Doggy’s. Not first prize, but I won the “random draw” of the losing entries. [note to self-remember to write that book about the strategy of how to win a random drawing]. The prize was a special bandana made by Mollie and she wrote and asked if I wanted a bandana or a surprise. Now, I’m not a fashion plate and when the groomer sends me home with a bandana, I return it on the next visit. Now, I LOVE surprises (especially pleasant ones). Mollie added stuff and sent us a package.
I didn’t know what to expect. Both Doggy and Mollie are off the wall. Take a look at their blogs-you’ll either love them or hate them but they’re worth a try and I think you’ll like at least one of them and probably both.
We didn’t get them on Christmas but I know that they’re there. Kaci joined in the campaign to open them-even Kismet squawked at Them. OK, OK-He said, let’s do it. First we saw the card.
It has a picture of Kenzie Claus. He made His first mistake-He gave me a package marked “Kyla”. I don’t want just my package-I want them all.
I know They gave Kaci a package and I want it. Kaci wants this one. Oh well, we’re stubborn terriers after all plus the other dog always gets the better of any deal. So I’m on a package marked “Kaci” and she’s doing one marked “Kyla”.
It’s tear the gift wrap time. Open up.
Look at Kaci. She opened a fox toy and I got me some FOOD! Experience triumphs over youth- I have chicken and vanilla yoghurt treats and are they gooooood! Oh, OK, I’ll share some with you Kaci
No matter what happens, Kaci is protecting the fox
While she does that, I’ll open the rest of the haul. Here it is:
Ok, so there are a couple of items “missing”-call it a Kyla tax.
Doggy and Mollie-thanks a bunch for our package. He was a bit under the weather, but seeing our joy made Him feel a LOT better!
Thanks a lot from the bottom of my terrier heart!
You are welcome my buddies. Happy new year xxxx
Ps….are you saying we’z like Marmite BOL
No, but anything that’s new and original doesn’t go over with everybody at first. You know we love you.
Your sidekick, Alfie, needs a great year also.
Cannot wait for the book about the strategy of how to win a random drawing.
Sweet William The Scot
I just have to iron out the math-cube roots are tough.
To: Kyla, Kaci, Kismet and the Spirit of Kenzie and the peeps. A Most Happy New Year is our wish for you, and we hope you all have 365 days this coming year bof never ending joy. That Mollie , she a keeper. Now Kyla don’t get all mushie on us, however;
Lots of Lovies, Huggies & kissies
Your Good Pals
The Scottie Twinkies & A Tator
Susie, Sidebite, Shadow & The peeps!
Mushie? You guys are the bestest. A wonderful 2013 to all of you.
Oh cool stuffs!
Yes they were.
Nice surprise!!!! Happy New Year to all of you!!!!
A wonderful 2013 to you-I know it’s a big year for you.
Ooooh yes, thank you!! We are soooo excited 🙂
Happy New year!!! I must laugh about your the typical Terrier-Attitude… Terriers are priceless….
My adoption fee was $300 on 12/21/02 from the rescue organization. Oh, that’s not what you mean. I guess I’m a bargain.
of course you are. terriers are gorgeous ;o)
That is some haul guys! I’m glad you had fun opening your pressies!
I hope Kaci is feelin’ betters today ~ you didn’t keep him up pawting last night did ya?!
It wasn’t Kaci who is under the weather. She’s fine-it was hooman Him and He’s better today.
Happy new year!
A special Happy New Year to you, Misaki. There’s only a couple of months left to train for the Iditarod-get cracking.
Quite a haul there my Kyla friend. And Kaci, too. Woo Hoooo!
It’s disappearing-better get over here to get your share.
Happy New Year Kyla & Kaci!!!
Wow…Christmas doesn’t end at your house – we’d better make a plan & come visit this Christmas *BOL*
We hope you two have a grrreat 2013
Wally & Sammy
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