It’s hard to time a holiday blog for two hemispheres. Further, not everyone celebrates Christmas.
If you’re celebrating today, or perhaps you’re reading this on Boxing Day, I hope your season is merry.
And if today is just a random Tuesday (or Wednesday), I hope your days are merry, too.
Tessa just took a nibble from Mickey’s ear which is part of my son’s Christmas stocking from many years ago.
Lindy, 16, sporting the miniature Santa hat. She looks sullen, but mostly because I’m blocking the stream of sun keeping her warm.
Another one of Lindy sunbathing
We usually have a jigsaw puzzle going this time of year. It’s a popular place to nap as well. That’s Mouse.
Who’s misbehaving? Tessa jumped up on the kitchen counter to smell the fresh Christmas greens.
“…and I in my cap, had just settled our brains for a long winter’s nap.” – Clement Clarke Moore
Wishing you all good things in the coming year.
Love, Alys and the family felines.
Fluffy under the tree, 2011
My friends in New Zealand, Australia and other parts of the Southern Hemisphere are already celebrating Christmas so I’m putting my well wishes here mid-day so I can split the difference.
If you’re celebrating now then you’re not reading this anyway, but you’ll know that I’m thinking of you. If you celebrate tonight or tomorrow, wishing you lots of good cheer.
If you don’t celebrate Christmas, wishing you a wonderful Tuesday and Wednesday.
Thanks for following along. Your presence here is a gift of joy.