Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

My baby boy still has enough life about him that he wanted his stocking---did we give in? You bet ya! And if he's still here in the morning, Santa will fill it again for him! :) Yummy holly berries Peek-a-boo, I do see you, Mr. Mockingbird! From Ships Landing, we wish you all of the joys and blessings of this beautiful Holiday Season!

9 comments:

Carol said...

Great Christmas news! I'm thinking he can have as many stockings as he wants! Lots of hugs! Have a great Christmas!

Tazzie said...

Merry Christmas Angie, I hope you all have an entirely wonderful day.
*hugs*
Tazzie
:-)

Mary said...

I loved seeing Badger look at those stockings. My dogs sit and stare at them, too, but I make them wait until Christmas morning :o)

Glad he's OK, Angie.

Looks like you had a warm and Merry Christmas.

Mary

Mrs.P said...

Merry Christmas Angie we missed you in bburg! Glad your baby is still hanging on...

Tabor said...

For some reason my first response did not post. Just wanted to thank you for stopping by one of my blogs and commenting. Your mantles is lovely and very festive.

julieQ said...

I hope your had a wonderful Christmas!!! You couldn't miss...and Happy New Year too!

Quilting Journey said...

Holiday hugs to you and yours and an extra special prayer for little Badger. Your love for your little man and his for you is to be treasured forever. He has been so very lucky to have had you in his life and I know when his time comes that love will sustain you both as he makes that last crossing. Never forget the heartstrings that hold you close and connected...beyond this world of what we can see, touch and hold. This baby boy lives in your heart forever, Angie and you most definitely will live in his. hugs from Michele

meggie said...

Angie, I am holding you in my heart & thoughts. So sad to think that Badger will be leaving you. He may be cuddling you, for your benefit. Dogs are so kind, loving, & giving.
Hugs my friendXX

Quilting Kim said...

Angie - I hope that you had a happy holiday. I was so sorry to hear that Badger is not doing well - my thoughts and prayers are with you and him.