More Corgi puppies from my Aunt’s house! They’re too adorable!
I’m going to warn you ahead of time. I’m going to post a lot of corgis in Christmas paraphernalia today. We tried to get Otis in a Santa hat, but our attempts were fruitless. He kept trying to eat it.
“You can just leave the milk & cookies with me, i’ll make sure Santa gets em….”
“Now Otis! now, Simon! now, Kirby and Pudge!
On, Waffles! On, Jasper! on Corbin and Fudge!
To the top of the porch! To the top of the wall!
Now frap away! Frap away! Frap away all!”
With frustration boofs and some whines and a cry,
They met with this obstacle, then looked up at the sky.
So up to the house-top the corgis, they flew?
“We’ll stay down here, thanks,” and went back to their chew.
- Poem by Pudge’s corgdaddy
5 out of 7 corgis receive coal in their stocking. They then bury that coal in the backyard. There it stays for millions of years. Heat and pressure smoosh the carbon until it finally becomes a lovely diamond. Then the bionic future space corgis dig up the diamond, sell it, and then buy all kinds of awesome future doggie toys and a time machine.
They take the cool doggie toys, wrap them in shiny paper, head back in time, and deliver them under the tree for the corgis who buried their coal. The naughty corgis get their cool future space toys from the bionic future space Santacorgis and the derpy corgi gets to play with the shiny paper.
And they all live happily ever after.
Mahalo and the snowman.
The kids. Alfie (on top) & Mena (on the bottom).
Christmas is awesome.
Meet Fergus, my coworker Todd’s lovable lowrider. A merry old soul was he.
Sookie tells me how she really feels about being a reindog!