Sunday, 21 December 2014

Happy Christmas


So Polly and I have been trawling Google Images for suitable pictures to put in our Happy Christmas post.  There were so many we liked, we have decided to include the top three.



Number 1 tells you what this post is about.



Number 2 is in honour of Bunny (http://talesandtails.com/santa-doesnt-know-hes-missing/ )who has been writing to Santa to let him know just how fast Greyhounds can go.  So far he's not responded, so Bunny thinks Rudolph is intercepting the letters:)



Number 3 is simply because it made me smile:)



Polly and I hope you all have the best Christmas ever.  Be happy, be safe and as always remember to hug your hound/s. 




10 comments:

  1. Hi, Sue! I love the Christmas Greeting you and Polly concocted! Great images, and such a sweet thought! Happy Christmas to you and Polly, and may 2015 be very kind to you, my dear friend. hugs, de

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  2. Merriest of Christmases to you, Sue and Polly! I went to visit Santa last week and we had a little chat. I wrote all about it in tomorrow's post. We'll see what happens!


    Bunny

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  3. Donna, Thank you. We sure hope 2015 is the best ever for everyone.

    Bunny, Will check out your post tomorrow with interest.

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  4. Oh are these cute! I especially love the greys pulling that sleigh. Gonna see if I can save the pic & give to DD for a desktop image. She will love it too! #3 looks like one we have here. These pups will get some antlers for the day but won't stay put very long. 2 of them are retired racers...Oldest dog and newest dog. The 2 that are sisters, were the product of an unplanned breeding (honest, that's the tale I was told!) so the kids had to sign papers to the effect, they would never attempt to race them. Dallas was about 3 months when they got her, and grew up with them. She was a mess when she was a puppy, very boisterous & active. She's settled down lots, for which I'm glad. Her teeth were sharp when she'd chew on my toes if I had on sandals. I'd have to take my foot and push her away & scold her. She'd just look at me like "aren't I cute? What's wrong with you?". Then she'd be right back until somebody put her in the kennel! #1 has always been very well behaved, and it's sad to see how he is just now. Really hurts. But that's life, for all of us. Og-gie looks a lot like the picture in the sidebar of Bobby TFS & Merry Christmas.

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  5. Adorable! I can't decide which of the three is my favorite. :-)
    April

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  6. MaryH, I have emailed the image, so hopefully you can get it sent to your daughter. Polly and my previous Greyhound Song both had long racing careers. I'm hoping to get a second Greyhound in the New Year. Hope you have a lovely Christmas.

    April, I found loads on Google Images.

    Hope you have a good week and a lovely Christmas.

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  7. Hazel, Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. I love your little "deer" Polly looks very happy to be able to help dear ole Santa. Happy New Year young lady. I look forward to seeing lots of what you do during 2015.

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  9. Mary, That wasn't Polly in the photo:) Once the weather improves hopefully Polly and I will be getting out and about more, so i hope we'll have more photos and videos to show everyone.

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