Whew! I hope you had as great a Christmas as we did! Ours was pawsome! Mommy and I started it off by going visiting to H. on Christmas Eve. I wore my red velvet "Santa Baby" dress over my harness, and got lots of compliments on it when we rode the buses and MAX train. Mommy wrapped the handle of my stroller with tiny Christmas lights that twinkled, too, so I was all festive! She waited until nighttime to take a picture of it, but we had them on the whole time we were visiting.
Once we were signed in and had our list, we went up in the elevator with one of the residents and his family. He's one of my visiting buddies, so his family was glad to meet me. As we got out of the elevator, we were surprised by (and surprised) M., who had the same Christmas lights as I did, but hers were around her neck like a long necklace! That gave everyone a laugh! M. told Mommy how much she enjoyed our visits every time we came, and that just made Mommy so happy. G. and a friend tried to feed me oyster crackers, but I don't take treats when I'm out. I sniffed the crackers politely, then asked for pets.
Many of the residents had beaded snowflakes on their walkers or wheelchairs. I think they'd made them earlier in the week. They were sooo pretty! Some of the people had presents to open later on, and/or had Christmas cards that they showed to us. Everyone loved my pretty red dress! I walked around proudly, then lay regally in my stroller to ride. Just before we left, Mommy had someone take our picture by the Christmas tree!
What a great Christmas Eve you gave those residents, Tabby!
What a wonderful thing you did. A very Happy New Year to you and your family.
That was nice of you to visit the peoples on Christmas Eve! We enjoy hearing about your visits!!
Happy New Year!!
Sounds like a good Christmas evening!
What an awesome thing to do! Happy New Year!
Happy New Year
The Creek Cats and Maggie May
Very nice looking stroller!
I imagine it comes in real handy in your job!
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