21 December 2009

All I Want For Christmas...

Happy Winter Solstice! Well, not so happy for me. Some Winter...not a flake of snow in sight! And I am getting worried. The Wicked Witch of the West may have shrunk due to water being thrown on her, but I am shrinking from snow-dehydration. Pretty soon you won’t even be able to see me! Just look at my photos, I am smaller than tractor tires! And the smaller I get, the easier it becomes for those Kung Fu Bunnies and Ninja Cats to get me. So, Santa, I don’t want a lot for Christmas, there is just one thing I need. I don’t care about the presents underneath the Christmas tree. I just want snow for my very own, more than you could ever know. Make my wish come true, all I want for Christmas is snow. And in the Spirit of Christmas, please cross your paws for these animals and all the others who are losing their homes and being separated from their humans due to the bad economy. A good way to start bringing the economy back is to keep your communities strong and active. Boycott big banks and use local banks or credit unions, start local bartering systems, buy local products and food as much as possible, and use locally-owned stores as much as possible. Also, get to know your neighbors and utilize each others talents. And keep all dogs, but especially me, with a continued fresh supply of treats and toys. Because happy dogs make a happy World! And a happy Suka makes the World a better place! I’m just sayin’….

4 comments:

Ms. ~K said...

Looks like all the snow went east!!!
Hope you get some soon!
~K

PS.. Buddy and Zack said they would love to "water" that big tractor tire! chuckle

Huffle Mawson said...

That must be one big tractor! A happy Suka is definitely a good thing.

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Woo khould drag K this a-way and share my snow!

Hugz&Khysses,
Khyra
PeeEssWoo: Woo are such a pawesome pal!

Teddy Bear said...

Did you get some snow for Christmas? My Mommy says she would love to live back in the simpler times...when people bartered and traded things.

Love,
Teddy Bear