12.25.2009

Day 133--- Sorry But I Don't Have Thumbs...


This blog is going to be very abbreviated due to an extremely long, but awesome Christmas day... I hope everyone else who celebrated had just as much fun as I did. I got to spend some much needed time with my family, first Christmas I have gotten to be around them in like 5 years... The only advantage to not having a job... So I am going home with a bag full of presents and an arm sore from Wii, I'd say its been a good trip. I also should recommend to watch the new Sherlock Holmes movie... I am not a movie critic by any means, I don't over analyze movies. I just recommend or do not recommend. And this one I say is worth catching in the theater, which I almost never say with tickets the price they are these days... With that all being said I am going to tell you why today is going to be a rather short blog day.

I decided to write about people who give gifts to their pets as my last "holiday" themed blog. But since Christmas is all about giving, I thought it would be fun to give you guys the opportunity to say what you think without being influenced by my thoughts... So I gave you the the paper and the idea, you give me back the story... Everyone who leaves a comment I will link your blog in tomorrows post and if I can figure out how to do it neatly and nicely I'll feature one or two of my favorite comments... This is mainly because my brain is fried, but also to break up the monotony of you guys having to listen to my opinion every day... Have fun!!!

7 comments:

Christine Macdonald said...

What a great idea! My baby, Missy Miss DeMeanor was showered with what she lives for; FOOD. I normally give her treats a night before bed, but she's been stuffing her face (like her mom!) for two nights in a row now.

Nothing to unwrap but much to clean up (if you catch my meaning).

It's all worth it to have her lay on my lap in pure food-heaven. :)

Allyson said...

i always buy the pets a gift, thinking if they are left out they'll be sad or something, one year i bought my grandparents dog a $15 dollar stuffed squirrel and it was torn apart the next day.. but still worth the money to see him happy

ScoMan said...

My parents used to do this, but the don't any more. Something about not having a dog.. kind of takes away the purpose of buying for the dog.

I suppose though it makes about as much sense as buying for a one year old. Neither has any idea what is going on but they like getting stuff.

Secretia said...

Know what? Some pets are nice than their owners too...

LMJ said...

It's so ridiculous!
These loonies buy their animals a gift as if it were a person. They wrap it and put it under the tree. I have yet to see an animal unwrap a present. What's next? A letter to Santa from Fluffy?

Sharon said...

I think it serves a dual purpose for owners of dogs. The owner gets to feel good that all family members get something, and the dog is content to be quiet and out of the way chewing on their treats.

Mr. Knucklehead said...

We always get each dog a toy and some snacks. Just kind of a tradition, but we do NOT dress them up. There are limits to everything.

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