Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
If/when I get gifts, it'll be gift bags, if anything. I don't have the patience, or energy for wrapping anymore. Don't even have a tree.
Your cats are waiting for Christmas and gifts !
Gift Wrapping assistants! Those Kittehs are amazing!
I bet the kittehs were invaluable in the bow-tying process. :-)
You show us the way Vicky!Not done yet but almost, everything for the US must be flying over the ocean by now...Do the cats receive something? Our dogs always got a treat (a long lasting treat that they were devouring outside while we were sharing our presents inside)
Therese -- I'm making catnip stuffed mousies for the kittehs. (They left us a tiny mousie corpse on the bathmat this morning -- their first kill. They were waiting casually by the door to see me discover it.)
What good little kittehs...mine had little interest in the wrap, but I didn't close the lid to some cookies tight enough, and in the morning some butter cookies had some licked marks on them.
I'm surprised those kittehs aren't sitting on the wrapping paper!
Oh yes, I've been doing some of that too. Happy Xmas Vicki. I'll be off line for a while - going on holiday tomorrow.
Aren't cats the nosy ones when it comes to wrapped gifts. Our two Siamese were famous for opening presents under the tree when we weren't home. Sam
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