On Our Way!

Kaitlin sent the above picture of Sammy from her iPhone yesterday morning. The subject was “On our way!” Yes! That’s the sort of message that puts a smile on my face.

I was ready for them when they arrived this evening:
The granddogs seemed to like the presents:
The toys are a bit worse for wear, but the puppies had a good time:
They won’t be leaving until Thursday morning, so presumably the toys will last that long. 😀

Merry Christmas, everyone!

Thanks to Rummuser, Evan, Nick, tammy, bikehikebabe, Cathy and Dixie for commenting on last week’s post.
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10 Responses to On Our Way!

  1. Rummuser says:

    I have been receiving ominous I am on my way messages from the young crowd about to descend on my doorstep tomorrow for some fun and frolic. To spend time with them, I finished what I was expected to do, cook a mutton dish for them, today itself and am bushed.

    Merry Christmas to you and your family to Jean.
    Rummuser´s last blog post ..Touched II.

  2. bikehikebabe says:

    Here’s Santa & his Reindeer singing. 😀


  3. Nick says:

    The dogs seem to be very happy with their toys. Though I notice they’re steering well clear of the crocodile….
    Nick´s last blog post ..Letting rip

  4. tammy says:

    I LOVE GRAND DOGS!!! yay!!!
    that first adorable smiling face says it all doesn’t it.
    have a wonderful christmas with your little family. it’s perfect.
    major bear hugs,
    and happy egg and nog!
    tammy j
    tammy´s last blog post ..a cozy alone christmas

  5. Evan says:

    Hope it’s a great time.
    Evan´s last blog post ..Embrace Your Greatness or Uniqueness

  6. Jean says:

    I hope you have a wonderful time too! Your comment about cooking reminds me of a birthday card I gave to my husband once. On the front it said, “For your birthday I was going to cook you a gourmet, 7-course dinner.” On the inside it said, “Then I remembered, I don’t cook!”

    Thank you. 🙂

    That’s a cute idea, but I’m afraid Montana is not afraid of the crocodile. This is a video my daughter took in May, 2011: http://www.flickr.com/photos/8185675@N07/5720434649/
    Montana was a rescue dog and was being treated for heartworm so she wasn’t supposed to run or get too exuberant. Yeah, sure. Lot’s of luck with that.

    I agree about granddogs. Hope you have a great Christmas too!

    Yes, we always do when they come. Hope the season brings some joy to you too.

  7. tammy says:

    oh how adorable. that montana running with joy!
    the marine’s black lab had heart worm once too and trying to get her to stay calm . . . well . . . i guess they get well in spite of it! ’cause it’s like trying to stop a freight train. LOL.
    tammy´s last blog post ..a cozy alone christmas

  8. Jean says:

    She still runs with joy. She was really tearing around up on the land today. Sometimes she does a “tornado” and runs around in circles. She’s one happy puppy who knows how to have fun. And she can also be quiet and well behaved. She’s a love, and so is Sammy, old Sammy. He’s ten years old this month and is a lot slower than he used to be. As are we all!

  9. Elvierose says:

    Adorable dogs ! It is a great feeling to see them receiving love and attention from people who cares about animals. Have a blessed new year !
    Elvierose´s last blog post ..A Spooky Halloween : The LBA Trick or Treat 2012

  10. Jean says:

    Thank you! You have a great new year too!

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