Midge is still in disgrace after her shenanigans yesterday with the turkey and ham, all the more so after putting up with an evening’s worth of theft-induced flatulence more suited to a fat hippo than a Jack Russell Terrier.
And so here is a second photo of Midge as she lay there suffering after her Boxing Night binge…
Midge - 26 December 2009
Funnily enough, she wasn’t hungry this morning…
So, what do you do with leftover ham and turkey?
There are many answers to that question, but if your name is Midge, you’re a Jack Russell Terrier and you’re a greedy little so-and-so, the real answer is to steal and scoff the lot.
Midge feeling extremely sorry for herself - Boxing Day 2009
I am sure she feels a million times more miserable than she looks.
Well, I hope she does, anyway…
…and all that jazz
Snipe - 21 December 2009
I hope you and yours have a lovely day.
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I don’t “do” Christmas. I’m neither Scrooge nor Grinch but I can’t stand the uber-hype at this time of year, the overspending, the I Want, Must Have culture that can’t be good for anyone’s health or happiness. Considering it’s meant to be a religious festival (but only coz they nicked the idea from the Celts etc), although I’m about as religious as a paper bag, I find the gluttony and greed that seems to rule this time of year to be sickening.
So … I don’t “do” Christmas.
But I would do these decorations:
Santa baby, hurry down the chimney tonight...
They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games...
I received some wonderful gifts this year and most have already been put to good use. Just before Christmas, I traded in My Nintendo Wii for a DS (the Wii sat in its box for eighteen months so wasn’t exactly being put to good use) and B got me the SimCity Creator game and one of the guys at work was very naughty and gave me Professor Layton and the Curious Village, which is a series of puzzles. I’m currently stuck and am now hopelessly addicted to SimCity so the question of how to move three wolves and three chicks across the river, with no more than two animals on the raft at any one time but at least one animal on it to make it move – but if you have more wolves than chicks on either side of the river, the wolves will eat the chicks, will just have to wait until my city has at least 20,000 inhabitants….
As well as the copy of The New Complete Book of Self-Sufficiency by John Seymour, I was also given a vast array of hats, gloves, waterproof trousers, socks and other practical goodies like the radio torch from B, all of which look set to make life outdoors a bit easier 🙂
B also got me a Shining Stars toy, which lets me name a star. I’m trying to think of a good name for my star so haven’t done anything about it just yet but it’s quite a cool thought – next time you wish upon a star, it could be one I’ve named!
Other gifts included books and book tokens (hurrah!) and enough chocolate and other Christmas goodies to keep us going until well into 2009. Especially after last night’s feast (ie binge) at Jennie’s last night…
And then there’s my glass pig from Granny Anne. She knows me too well! Little pig is currently nameless so any suggestions would be most helpful!
I hope everyone had a good Christmas 🙂
I’ve just realised that despite the lack of snow this Christmas, next year it is going to rain. Not just rain, but tip it down.
How do I know?
It’s been blue skies and sunshine two years in a row:
The view at Mum's - Christmas Day 2007
Sunset at the farm - Christmas Day 2008