Voices in the Conversation of our time, and an alternative to standard feminism.
Suzanne: THAT is SO darling! I wish I could put bows on my dogs. They will let me, but as soon as I walk away, they tear them off. Santa needs to leave Otis lots of goodies in his stocking!
Thanks Pam. ;) Glad to see you here!Otis is truly remarkable for a Jack Russell. He just sits there, as if he knows we have to get it all out of our system... He will be justly rewarded by Santa, that's for sure!
tell Otis it will not be long.
Otis, did you hear that?? It won't be long now...! Fuzz said so!Yippee!
I give up. CHildren as amazingly beautiful and sweet as yours and you're posting your dog's pictures!! ARGH!!!(smile)Seriously, it is very cute!
Otis looks a little ticked in the first picture! But doggone it (groan) he looks so cute!
Great photos!Dogs do wait more patiently than cats. **wink**
Otis is adorable, not only physically. He seems a disciplined, obedient dog. He deserves a lot of gifts from Santa Claus.Merry Christmas to you, Susannah, and to yours!
Z~ Otis is quite a ham, & doesn't mind having his mug on the net. The others, while not shy, balk @ their mother using them for blog fodder! ;) (Thanks for your comment though; couldn't agree w/ you more...)BetteJo! Maybe the camera caught him @ the wrong angle...he's actually the happiest doggie I've ever known! ;) And very 'doggone' cute...AOW~ I wouldn't know about cats. I've never had one, & now I live w/ 2 people who're allergic. Ah well.Thanks Duta! He is indeed a good dog. My husband just pulled out the treats that are going into his stocking! Thanks for the nice wishes! After a lovely worship service tonight, it feels like we've already had our Christmas! God speed~
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