How to decorate your dog for Christmas.

by Lynn on December 4, 2013

Right after Thanksgiving, something strange happened.
All of the autumn decorations disappeared. Weird.

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Out of nowhere, Christmas decorations appeared.
I had absolutely nothing to do with the transformation
…but I caught the culprits.

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Usually, I discourage elves from hanging out in our house.
This year, I welcomed them when I saw this:

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Yep, I’m still harboring a grudge about the Thanksgiving appetizers.
So I didn’t stop the elves from doing this:

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Now if that doesn’t say Merry Christmas,
I don’t know what does!

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{ 4 comments }

Emma December 4, 2013 at 7:20 am

What is it about elves and dogs? Our elf “Ella” keeps trying to ride our poodle like a pony! LoL! :)
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Christopher December 4, 2013 at 9:21 am

In retrospect it’s a good thing your dog ate the appetizers. If her tummy hadn’t been so full she might have eaten the elves.
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Erika December 4, 2013 at 4:22 pm

Adorable, so sweet. :)

Jo H. December 5, 2013 at 1:40 pm

Will you stop accusing that innocent dog?!!! Why, you can tell just by looking at her how long-suffering, loyal, obedient, and non-guilty she is :)

I think you have a potential Christmas card right there, by the way.

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