We’ve had a quiet Christmas Day. In fact, I think I made the most noise out of everyone, chewing on that giant rawhide bone and carrying it up and down the stairs!
Jamie received a beautiful, shiny, silver train for Christmas. I am intrigued by the noises it makes. It also lights up. Here are two pictures of it going through the tunnel:
When I see and hear the train, I try to jump on the train table to catch it! I have not been successful yet.
I had to spend some time in the crate today while my people went to see Grandma in the rehab center. Mom says Grandma is painfully thin since her operation. Mom was very happy to see, however, that the rehab facility was more like a hotel; bright, clean, shiny, no unpleasant odors, a nice dining room, airy, spacious bedrooms, very nice staff, and she also reported that the place was beautifully decorated and quite cheerful. Everyone had visitors, and Grandma was happy to see us. She’s still a little out of it, Mom says, and was using a wheelchair today. Dad says that is because the doctor does not want her to fall, but she should be able to not use one when she gets out around January 3.
Thank you, and wild, uncontrollable tail wags to everyone who sent good wishes for Jim’s Mom.
(One side note: Mom did take a video of Erik’s light-up sweater, but the file is too big, so she is working on that. Hopefully it can be posted in a day or two.)
Enjoy your Christmas Day! Woof!