season’s greetings

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24 Responses to season’s greetings

  1. Diane Lancaster says:

    Merry Christmas to you and The Guy You Live With, Mani. Thank you for another year of entertaining and enlightening posts from your home and garden!

    • paridevita says:

      Thanks; same to you. We’re staying home together this evening. The guy I live with has been feeling a little queasy, with all the vitamins he’s started taking. He said that happens, sometimes, when you stop, and then start again.

  2. Barb K says:

    I would say that sidelong glance is very coy, almost flirtatious, but I suspect someone was holding something that drew your interest away from the weight on your head. Right? But a Merry treat filled Christmas to you and yours, Mani!

    • paridevita says:

      Thanks; same to you. No, I was really trying not to look at the camera. There was interesting stuff happening. Other dogs were barking; there were squirrels. Just standing there was kind of boring.

  3. “Season’s Greetings,” is that what that look is meant to convey, dear Popular Host? Oh, so many emotions and thoughts might there be in your glance. Best wishes go out to you and the guy you live with. Thank you for sharing your days with us, and we look forward to happenings in the new year. (psst, vitamins render me queasy too, but the state soon passes.)

    • paridevita says:

      Thanks; same to you. The guy I live with said he was going to capture my charming photograph “Naughty? Or nice?” I thought that seemed rather judgmental. I hear the owls hooting …

  4. mjkeane says:

    Mani, you are adorable! Merry Christmas!

  5. ceci says:

    I’m never sure “naughty” is a useful concepts, certainly not for the noble dog. I find vitamins right before bed are the least queasy-inducing for me……

    Merry Merry!


    • paridevita says:

      Thanks. The guy I live with said he would get used to all the extra vitamins, eventually. And also that “naughty” is a word sometimes used around here.

  6. Tracy Perez says:

    You look dashing. My (not pure bread 3/4) border collie hated having his picture taken. I am wishing for health in 2019 for the Guy you Live with and you.

  7. Lisa says:

    You may say “Season’s Greetings,” but your face tells another story. It’s saying, “Get this thing off me!” Or “People are going to see this?”
    My not-pure-bred Border Collie, Boo, loves having his picture taken, he sees a camera or a phone pointed his way, he hams it up. But, not in clothes or hats. He has an adorable Halloween t-shirt with his name, BOO!
    Happy Holidays, and hope 2019 is good to you and the man you live with.

  8. bittster says:

    Happy holidays Mani. I could get used to the antlers but I think your own ears are much nicer.

  9. tonytomeo says:

    Oh my! How . . .
    Whose idea was this?

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