This New Year's thing is a lot of work…
Dick Clark and Ryan Seacrest make it look easy… zzzzzzzzzzzz.
Thank you Erik and Brianne and your Corgis Sammy and Norman from Sammy Adventures blog… Hank loves his gifts… they were very thoughtful.
|Waiting for the Postman to bring our gift…|
|Finally it arrived! You mean I have to wait until Christmas?|
|It's Christmas morning… I get to open my package…|
|It's not as easy as it looks…|
|This is all for ME?|
|A Squeaky Santa… I LOVE IT!|
|And there's Corgi treats too… and a chew bone…|
|I love my Santa…|
|It's MY Santa…|
|This Secret Santa thing is exhausting… zzzzzzzzzzzz.|
A Pembroke in a wreath… go figure.
A Corgi with lights.
The wooden soldier dog.
And our favorite, a Pembroke angel tree-topper from In the Company of Dogs.
Our tree has a couple of hundred dog ornaments… it's true, we're hopeless.
A little more down to earth… here's owner and handler John Baker with Wednesday and Thursday's Winner's Dog, his Rosewood Bay Run II… one of Liisa Coit's (Rosewood) Corgis. Nothing like having the judge point to you in the ring, it's a thrill.
Here's Hank with Debbie at the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of Southern California's booth at Meet the Breeds. Our booth won a Group Fourth Place. Yes… we were in costume… a Welsh farmhouse a few hundred years ago.
Doug and Denise Hansford brought their herding/obedience/agility Corgis… smarter than most kids… sweeter too.
Ellen Perlson (Tromba) with Dazzle (Tromba's Just Our Secret)… Dazzle's not sure about the hat.
Sometimes the dogs just get bored with all of this…