Tuesday, 20 December 2011

More Welsh Corgi dogs being all Christmasssy...

Gingerbread Corgis were her specialty (she made herself eat all the broken ones - only the perfect ones made it to the tree - it was sheer self-sacrifice)

He had Christmas wrapped up early (wish he'd come round here and wrap up mine!)

It was her favorite colour scheme (she's a very patriotic pup)

Essential winter kit (Life was so much more comfortable with a dry undercarriage.)


We all have a Bah, Humbug! person. (don't we???)
And we have to do that conciliatory little smile in the background and hope that smooths things over...

The best seasonal window(Move over Bambi, Santa's little helpers and snowflakes - bring on the bones!!!)

They were hoping for doggy bags(They hated waste...)

He was fond of cracker jokes 
(Yeah - what's yellow and dangerous???)





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6 comments:

The Bear's Blog said...

Sure looks like a doggy Christmas. Here I have to share with my puppies, but that's okay. I love them bunches.

Hugs,
Prudence

montyandrosie said...

Hi Prudence - how lovely to see you! I hadn't realised I was so far behind with posting my artwork to the blog. I must get caught up and then stay caught up. Yeah! (I can feel a New Year Resolution coming on.)

I can't imagine Christmas without the pups. People come and go, but there are always the pups.

Gail H. Ragsdale said...

Absolutely darling!!!

montyandrosie said...

Thank you, Gail! Here's wishing you a fab Christmas and a Brilliantly wonderful 2012!

S, D, P and S said...

'Tis the night before Christmas, and all through the house not a creature is stirring, not even a corgi. The shopping is done, the presents are wrapped, the flowers are arranged, the carols have been sung, the tree has been decorated, and the cake and mince pies bought. The stockings are hung by the chimney with care and the corgis are nestled all snug in their beds. Visions of bones and gravy are dancing in their heads, a deserved award for all their hard work.

Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night.

montyandrosie said...

How lovely to see you here! And what a picture you paint. Us Border Collies are still rushing around chicken-headlessly wondering what we've forgotten...

But we wish you all a fabulously wonderful Christmas and every good thing in 2012! xxxxxxxxxx