The merry Christmas season is here and I feel lost in all the hustle and bustle.
As always things are moving by quickly and I can barely keep up. I am in the middle of the holiday bloat season or at least that is what I hear Mom blogging about. I love that part of the season especially with all of the cooking and baking going on. Dad and I have been pals with all my little treats and “accident” spills.
He has been hooking me up and I LOVE IT. He even made Grandma Batchelor’s divinity candy yesterday for the children’s program – WHAT – am I not the child in this family? At least I got a few little pieces that got dropped but unfortunately I did not get my own serving. Mom says sugar is not good for my skin and itching but I still think it’s worth it.
This being my 4th Christmas season I am getting seasoned about what this time of the year is all about and what is truly important. It’s about love, life and kindness, and of course good food. The key part of it is how we can encourage and maintain these qualities throughout the upcoming year, and of course health which is important for all my friends.
I know that healthy food and regular exercise will help me feel better as our winter newsletter says, which Mom and intern Liz have been working on. And I don’t even need an iWatch to tell me to stand up regularly and get exercise because I am always on the go. I know humans need a reminder as opposed to canines (hence the reason we ARE the better species).
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It’s been a truly blustery day in Santa Monica and I was hoping Pooh and Piglet would visit.
Perry, I just love this pensive picture of you next to your reflections of the Christmas season. Hopefully Santa will reward you with lots of goodies under the tree. Holiday hugs to your entire family.
Healthy food and regular exercise! Seems so simple, huh Perry? You are a most sensible Weather Weimereiner.
I like Pooh, too.
Have a Merry Christmas, Perry. Love reading your newsletters. Tell mom and dad Merry Christmas, too.