I declare today a no-whine day

Merry Christmas, Kwanzaa, Chanukah, and solstice!  And “ramen” to my Pastafarian friends.

My very best to you and yours!

cropped donkeys

21 replies
  1. Jude Hardin
    Jude Hardin says:

    Happiness is a warm…ass?

    Very cute, Tess. Love your furry hat!

    The only semblance I have of a white christmas here in Florida is the Coca-Cola bear snow globe I got free at Hardee’s one year. Oh, well. Guess I’ll just suck it up and hit the tennis court on Christmas Day. 🙂

  2. knaster
    knaster says:

    Hi Tess,

    Is one of the donkey’s names Dominick? It’s just not Christmas without snow. Here in NY it is 52 degrees. Is this the calm before the storm? Mother Nature’s playing games and I don’t like it. Oh, well!
    To you and your family, Tess, and your wonderful and loyal readers out there, a Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy New Year. May we all have peace, love, joy and prosperity!

  3. NewMexicanAnn
    NewMexicanAnn says:

    You forgot some. Feliz Navidad! Mele kalikimaka! 🙂

    Anyway, Tess, that’s a lovely pic of you and your noble steeds!!!!!!!! (Honey, I Shrunk The Donkeys!)

    Have you ever cooked chicken Ramen, drained it, and put stir fry on top? I used to have Ramen a lot for breakfast when I was in college and I’d never forget to share some with my kitty cat ’cause she seemed to like the stuff. I’d chop it up into cat-sized pieces and we’d eat together.


  4. joe bernstein
    joe bernstein says:

    ann-i find if you take the ramen noodles and cook them in chicken broth and throw away the flavor packet(ever check the contents?about as good as potted meat product)they taste pretty good-my son claims to have lived on ramen noodles for a year when he lived in philly….

  5. Jude Hardin
    Jude Hardin says:

    Ramen noodles, potted meat, and a flat glass of beer from last night’s keg party.

    Breakfast of intramural champions.

    Ah. Those were the days.

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