Arby wanted the stockings out right away. She knew they needed to be hung. Yes--we put up stockings for the cats in our household.
Ava cheered her on. Ava is good about things like that. She's good about other things but not in what we humans define as "good."
Lacey had to help D with the lights. So did Merlin and Cuddles.
Max never had a Christmas tree before so he's checking this out. Harley likes the idea of a tree in the house.
Arby is happy. She has her tree. She has her stocking hung up. She knows turkey is coming for the holiday meal.
Many of my blogger friends have been showing off their treasured ornaments that belongs to their families. They have shared the history of their tree treasures and the stories of how those ornaments came into their homes. It's been so delightful to read these lovely Kodak moments and I wanted to join in. So this morning I got ready to take some pictures of our treasured ornaments so I can share with my readers.
I found a note on the desk from my husband next to our camera. He's a wise man--knowing his wife is going to blog about the cats' first tree experience. The note said:
"C--By 10pm the little ones had the tree down on the ground & ornaments scattered everywhere. WILL FIX the tree in the morning."
Sure enough, I found this:
The top of the tree...
The middle of the tree...
The bottom of the tree...
I need coffee.