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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

remnants of Christmas 2015...




Our cats (and grand daughter's cat)
Christmas Eve and Christmas morning:



Rose under tree Christmas Eve...


Julie sleeps Christmas Eve...


Rose Christmas morning

Tux and Julie enjoy their Christmas mice...

Ghost checks out her mice...
decides they're ok...

Grand daughter tries Snowman outfit on her cat...   (good cat!)



Now for remnants of "Christmas around the house"


Christmas on the bar...

Christmas Eve snack 

Entry Santa...

Santa cat...

Christmas Elf...


Bar bottle Santa


... and I will leave you with this picture that my sweet DH took of me sleeping with the cats after everything was over and done (and I had a migraine). Cats are such a comfort....





Wishing you all a wonderful safe happy 2016 !



12 comments:

  1. Awwwww. And when you wake up, may it all be packed away! Happy new year to you.

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    1. "... may it all be packed away!" I wish... But that's OK. We always wait until the weekend after New Year to put everything away. I try to get as much mileage out of it as I can.

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  2. Cats are always 'exhausted' so I see why they are flaked out with you. They really are a big comfort. Your grands cat must be very tolerant. :)

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    1. They are truly a comfort (as you well know, Deb). And yes, My grand's cat is extremely tolerant...

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  3. Christmas looked lovely at your home! The cats certainly seemed to have a good time...well, maybe except for the snowman outfit. LOL. (That IS a good cat!)

    May 2016 be a healthy, happy and safe year for you all.

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    1. Thanks,Kim! The cats do usually enjoy Christmas - with the tree and all the fun stuff for them to get into. I'm sure Nicki and Derry do also. As for grand daughter's cat, she lives with a 3 year old so she knows what battles are not worth fighting.

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  4. Such sweet kitties! I just put a picture of myself asleep on my blog, just for grins, and now I see I am not alone! :-)

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    1. I saw that, DJan. And notice the hands...

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  5. It all looks so normal--considering the weather that raged through. Happy New Year!

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    1. That's what seems so odd, Olga. Thank God my son's house and family are fine... but just blocks away, the neighborhood homes are almost totally gone. My son's power went out and his roof shook, but his friend came out of the bathroom and his house was basically destroyed.

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  6. I hope your migraine is gone, with a little help from the cats. Take care!

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    1. Yes, Eileen, thank you. And Happy New Year!

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