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Thankful and Grateful


My momma and I hope all of you had an awesome Christmas.  We did!  There were a few bumps along the way, but all-in-all it was wonderful. All of my human family were here which made me and my momma very happy.

It started snowing this weekend and we actually had a white Christmas.  I must confess I LOVE snow!  It must have something to do with the Berner side of my family tree...once a snow dog, always a snow dog!

Momma managed to stay healthy until Christmas morning.  No brunch with friends when a cough and runny nose are present.  Yesterday she sounded like a very sad version of Lauren Bacall or as if she had a clothes pin clipped to her nose. Argh! All she can do is wait it out; she has a 'compromised immune system' because she takes Humira for her psoriasis.  She tells me I am the best foot warmer, cuddle dog EVER!  That makes me happy.

We want to conclude today's post by reminding all of our readers to be thankful and grateful.  Not everything goes as planned but all usually works out for the best. Thank you, I am very grateful for your friendship!

(No pictures today.  I've got a cold and I don't have the patience to figure out why I can't access my photos!)

Sophie the doodle dog (and her momma)

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  1. Hari Om
    Oh dear, not the 'lurgy'? My brother and father also were down with it, so it was all very low-key for them. Sending Love and POTP for mum, and hugs and wags, to you, dear Sophie. YAM-aunty xxx

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