There is more fun to come along View the art of the Canadian Carvers Society Read the fascinating story How the first artists travelled many miles Their Ice Art brought joyful smiles Each year “Winterlude” sings its magic song.
Mistress Mommy is writing a cozy mystery, which she started writing in Autumn 2017, but around Christmas she got unwell and stopped writing for awhile. I think she will be getting back into it soon.
I’m so-o-o proud of her!
Well, as soon as she has other things under control again. She laments from time to time that she seems to be getting older and slower each day.
I tell her that this may be true but, hey, you should never stand still by aging. Don’t we all age from birth on? I became 6 years old the day before Halloween last year, and I’m not slowing down.
“Rest between work and play and take a nap”,
I keep telling her.
Anyhow, “Mistress Mommy” is very much interested in cozy pet mysteries. Often I see her taking time off to read a kindle sample chapter of a cozy dog or other cozy pet mystery. Woof!!! That should keep her young! More so, since she signed up for a daily Newsletter from:
You really have to take a peek at this site full of cozy mysteries. This website invites others who have a website to connect with them. Perhaps it’s a good idea for us, too.
Let’s wait and see what “Mommy” is going to do later on today or next week. First she wants to discuss it with the “Young Mistress” and the “Lad Upstairs” before he is off to other adventures, she whispered in my ear this morning, when she let me out into the backyard to romp in the old and fresh fallen snow.
It keeps looking like Christmas never left our city. I’m getting a bit impatient as Mommy has not walked me since late December. Mind you, I’m not fotgotten ’cause the Lad Upstairs walks me every day. Also, I do my rounds in the back garden, but it’s not the same. The weather stays cold, freezing wet or snowy and the family is afraid that the “Lady of the House” will slip and fall and break an ankle or hip again.
I just like pulling “Mommy” around, so she gets some fresh air and exercise. It will do her “old bones” good!
This morning “Mommy” and I e-mailed a Valentine greeting to family and friends and this Valentine blog is dedicated to you all as we wish you the happiest and sunniest day of them all!
It may give you an idea to start a Happy Valentine tradition, too. Let me know if you do 🙂
I wonder, what the “Young Mistress” and her pet Empress Zoe Labrador are doing today. The last I heard, they both had fun imitating a wolf’s howl one night, when they spotted a gang of coyotes at their front door. I would have loved howling like a wolf, too. He-He-He… It scared the coyotes back to the forest nearby looking for the lone wolf.
Litlle Lion would like to perform at Dolly Parton’s Dollywood, and see all there is to see at Smoky Mountain, but we are living too far away. We mostly do our travels by armchair. It’s fun, less tiring and easier on the budget.
All who celebrate the St. Nicholas festivity on the evening of December 5th and the 6th we wish you a great time.
All others, we hope you, too, will enjoy the special St. Nicholas recipes, videos etc. It’s fun to try out something new.
Now a bit of news from our homestead.
The little rascal and I don’t have any exciting adventures to tell. The trespassing animals seem in decline.
Little Lion’s “Houdini” stunts are in the past as “The Lad upstairs” purchased a couple of “safety” gadgets so he can’t just “roll-over” in the grass and get rid of them. He tried some sneaky ways to get them undone.
However, he never gets cranky as he always seems to find something interesting on his walks to look or sniff at. As well we always meet a few nice people and children who keep the little rascal prancing and in a happy mood.
One of the ladies we met today called him a “bundle of joy”, and that he is. To top it off, he also keeps me on my toes and in a good mood!
That’s all for now. See you next time!
Thanks a bunch to everyone for the animations, interesting and crafty links, and the artists and video makers.
All other photos as usual by ”Mommy” and the snappy photographer, he-he-he that’s “Little Rascal-Woofie” me!.
With special thanks to the video maker of Santa’s visit to Brampton, Ontario.
We hope all our fans, friends and family may enjoy it. It was a real treat for us. Thanks a bunch, Sir!
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