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It's...smiling at me!

Tuesday, December 04, 2012

A lighted, wire-frame deer is currently standing on my kitchen counter, waving its upturned nose back and forth. Hubby was good enough to put it together while I was out for the evening.

He has expressed a fond desire for it to remain where it is, as it gives a lovely ambient light to the whole living space. Grinch that I am, I have said no. The deer will be moved to the yard tomorrow, where it will join our other wire-frame critter, a moose. Yes, we have a moose in the yard. The moose is a very special animal to me, because I lived in Alaska for so long and they were such a common sight in our suburban yards.

None of this, however, was a good enough excuse for letting my daughter get away with gleefully singing, "We wish you a Merry Chris-moose and a Happy New Deer!"

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NATPLUMMER 12/6/2012 7:53PM


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APPLESBANANAS 12/5/2012 7:11AM

    Cute : )

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TATTER3 12/5/2012 6:46AM

    LOL!!! This is good mem'ries in the making! Enjoy!

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BJUMPINGFORJOY 12/4/2012 10:52PM

    Very funny. I bet she is a treasure.

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PJBONARRIGO 12/4/2012 10:04PM

    I love it! Your daughter is a treasure- and your DH too. Merry Christmas to you and yours :-)

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MSBEKANATOR 12/4/2012 10:00PM

    Too funny! I do hope you have an amazing Chris-moose, and a very Happy New-Deer. Thanks for sharing this bit of holiday cheer! :)

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