Penny and Maudeleine had a wondrous time together at lunch, celebrating Penny’s adoption. They went to the Italian House, and it was great!
It sure is good to see good friends having such a nice time together.
Have fun at your new home, Penny!
How cool, Donal – we’re glad you had a great time!!
“Here I am in the hotel room overlooking the Rhine in Germany.”
“And here I am in the windowsill in the Alsace region of France.”
“Here I am hanging out with the locals. They just accepted me like family.”
“Just hanging out – Ooh la la! You can tell it was chilly, because I wouldn’t take off my hat or scarf the whole trip. A good time was had by all! Thanks for taking me along on the trip!
It’s nice to see you enjoying dinner out, Earlene. We’re so glad you could make it!
“Thanks for taking me. I had a great time!”
We had great food, and the cool Edison-looking lightbulbs were really neat!
with camera flash on
with camera flash off
Merry Christmas, Donal!
“Merry Christmas to YOU! And thank you for the gift! I am SO excited – but I have to wait to open it. I don’t like waiting.”
We’re so glad you like your present! Wear it in good health!!
“My new hat – I love it!! Thank you so much! I look SO good. I wonder where we’ll go next to show it off….”
Porter just loves his new gear for the colder days.
“Thanks so much for the lovely hat and scarf – they keep me SO warm!”
Porter is relaxing next to Willie, one of his new friends he has made since arriving to his family on Christmas day.
“Here I am with Bonnie. She had to test out my scarf. Don’t get too used to it, Bonnie. It looks MUCH better on me.”
“Bonnie! She stole my brand new holiday gear! I thought you were my friend. Yikes!”
Uh oh, Porter. I guess you all have to learn to share!
“I believe I have fallen prey (pray – get it?) to a ‘conundrum.’ Do I idolize the bottle, or am I a victim?”
Think about it – conundrum: a riddle, the answer to which involves a pun or play on words.
HA! Rebecca – you are TOO funny!
“Thank you so much, Mary Bell, for my hat and scarf. It’s freezing down here in the basement office, but I cheer Miss Lisa up every time she walks into her office so it’s ok. And this will keep me ever so much warmer!
Merry, blessed Christmas to my creator!”