Friday, December 24, 2010

A Christmas Wish from the Powers Girls

This is a rerun from last Christmas, but everyone seemed to love it so I'm running it again.

All of us at Laurie's Wild West want to wish you a happy holiday and want to pass along some helpful holiday tips.

Be generous at family gatherings, especially at the dinner table.



Take lots of deep, uninterrupted naps.



But always keep an ear out for Santa.



If you fall asleep in the armchair, try not to fall out.


If you have to play Santa, do it with a smile.


Try to take a few quiet moments to yourself to reflect on things.


Catch up on your reading....



But the pulpier, the better.



May you have a wonderful holiday full of love, laughter, peace and friendship.

Love, from Laurie, Annie, Xena and Albee (in spirit).Bookmark and Share

11 comments:

David Cranmer said...

Wonderful photos, Laurie. (Especially that last one.)

Merry Christmas!

Ron Scheer said...

Wasn't here to catch this last Christmas, so thanks for the re-run. Great pics, and Merry Christmas to all of you. Hope our paths cross again soon.

Deka Black said...

Thelast photo is just wonderful. I show it at my brother and he liked... not you, i'm afraid, but Annie and Xena ;)

Walker Martin said...

I'll interrupt my reading of Christmas pulp stories to echo Laurie's wish that we all have a "pulpier" holiday. Merry Christmas and happy trails to all.

Gary Dobbs/Jack Martin said...

Have a great Christmas

Evan Lewis said...

Greetings from our canine crew, Bucky, Brittany, Ben and Bogie, and their feline friends Cosmo and Bob. And us humans too.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

And may your days be happy, too.

Evan: More mutts? You are a glutton for punishment, son.

Richard R. said...

Same to you, Laurie! Merry, merry Christmas!

Randy Johnson said...

Like the photos. A good Christmas to you.

Barry Traylor said...

Thank you for the rerun Laurie and a Merry Christmas to you and yours.

old guy rambling said...

That was fun--Just found your site so it was a first for me.
-N-