when it comes time to pick a gift for her,
one can never go wrong with a Scottie item.
(we know your peeps probably don't want Scottie
items, but would prefer Airedale, Sibe, Fox Terrier,
Golden, Mastiff, Lab items, etc, etc,
but you get the picture)
And this Christmas was no different.
(Some of the pictures are professional photos
downloaded from websites)
And as she's making these photos,
she's sure she's left out one or two -
at least a pair of socks that
are in the washer right now.
Our sweet sissy, Kat,
found this vintage brush holder
in an antique shop in California.
She said as soon as she saw it,
she knew what Mom
was getting for Christmas.
The only worry she had was that
Mom might get another dog
Mom almost always wears a piece of Scottie jewelry
and she doesn't care if it's a Christmas pin-
she'll wear it in July if it matches her outfit.
This cutie was in Mom's stocking.
And our sweet furiends,
Fergie and Jake
and their peeps,
Sally and Nina
sent us these beautiful neckwarmers
and we sure have put them to good use
with the freezing temperatures
we've been having.
But tucked in the envelope
was this precious Scottie ornament.
Of course Mom claimed it right away!
Our Dad is really sneaky
when it comes to wrapping presents.
Mom had a bag of Ghiradelli chocolates
in her stocking.
Mom always says it's OK to eat chocolate
before breakfast on Christmas morning.
When she opened the bag
to snag a piece of chocolate,
she found this bracelet.
Later in a gift she found the Scottie charm.
Granny gave her this Scottie bag.
to find this
Dooney and Bourke Lucy bag.
Only Mom's had the Scottie tag
which Dad had to bargain with
the store manager
so she would change
the bone tag on Mom's purse
for a Scottie tag on another purse.
Evidently D & B had changed tags
in the middle of their production
and Dad knew that Mom would
have to have the Scottie tag.
It's a toss-up as to who is spoiled the most -
Mom, Lilly or Kat.
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java