December 26, 2016
Good morning. Gosh, I hope everyone's Christmas was as wonderful as mine and Pogo's was. In the wee hours of the night, I had a nice chat with Santa while he warmed up with a cup of hot cocoa. Then he was off on his journey again, and I drifted off to sleep for a while.
Early in the morning, Pogo and I had a fun time opening our presents. Oh my, between Santa, our friends, and our family, we were pleasantly spoiled. Santa brought Pogo the steps he had asked for, and a huge fuzzy blanket. Need I tell you that Pogo spent most of the day curled up on his new blanket? I do believe he loves it!
I helped Pogo go up and down his new steps a few times, and he managed to go down them a couple times by himself. But, it will take some time for him to get used to using them, especially going up them.
Here are a few more photos of Pogo with some of his wonderful presents. I have more photos, but they are not all cropped yet.
Have you noticed the one constant in all of his photos? Yup, the new blanket. He did not go very far from it all day. Pogo also got a roll of Blue Wilderness doggie food, (thank you Nani) and actually ate a plate of it for breakfast. I did take a photo, but just as the camera clicked, Pogo turned his head. Yup, a super photo of a blur. That's my boy!!
Myself, I got so many wonderful things too, but I'll save that for tomorrow's post. I just want to say thank you to everyone for all the wonderful gifts. I am so blessed to have such awesome friends and family. (Pogo is part of family)
Joe has been away with his family since Saturday, and just got home a little while ago. After feeding Pogo his turkey treat, he was busy opening his Santa and friends gifts. Right now, he is munching away on a piece of chocolate, and is enjoying it very much. Kyra, Joe says thank you so much. Last year, he shared a bit of his chocolate, but this year he is keeping it all for himself! haha.
Now I have to go outside and feed my birdies and small critters. It's cold out and they need the food to keep warm. Gosh, they are so small, I just don't know how they manage to keep warm through the long cold winter.
I'm off now to make a hot cup of Nescafe Mocca (thank you Kyra). I'll be back tomorrow with some more photos. Christmas is still in the air around here. Till then, Y'all have an awesome day.
Hugs, Edna B.