Christmas with the Small Dog

I was a bit worried he wouldn’t come, ‘specially after the antlers took a hit…

But he did, and I got presents… like wrapping paper to open!!!

And a new treat-finding puzzle…

And a squirrel of my very own (sorry, Duke!)

And it squeaks…

…and you can really shake it!

And he brought me a whole turkey!!!

Though she says not… but we’ll see, if she leaves it within reach…

Merry Christmas!!!

Much love,



Published by Sue Vincent

Sue Vincent is a Yorkshire-born writer and one of the Directors of The Silent Eye, a modern Mystery School. She writes alone and with Stuart France, exploring ancient myths, the mysterious landscape of Albion and the inner journey of the soul. Find out more at France and Vincent. She is owned by a small dog who also blogs. Follow her at and on Twitter @SCVincent. Find her books on Goodreads and follow her on Amazon worldwide to find out about new releases and offers. Email:

43 thoughts on “Christmas with the Small Dog

  1. Merry Christmas, Ani!
    I’m glad Santa Paws brought you all sorts of great stuff. He did for us too: balls and cuddly toys with squeakers in them, and plenty of treats… Just what we asked for. I guess he found the new house OK after all. No turkey here, but there’s a plate full of sausage rolls that I’m sure must be for me and Logan, since I know Mummy won’t eat them, and surely Daddy doesn’t need those with all the other food stuff he’s got, even if he is having to share with Nana and Grandad.

    Lots of licks,


  2. Awww! Santa got it right with the squeaky toy! Merry Christmas to you! Give your mom a kiss from her blogging friends.


  3. Happy Christmas Ani, and I hope you got at least one day’s portion of turkey 🙂 Roscoe was happy with veggies fresh from the garden and a new tent for when he goes out in the summer.


  4. Wonderful! Conratulations, Ani! What wonderful antlers you had worn. 😉 You smile is wonderful too. This was Santa could not resist. :-)) Happ Boxing Day! Best wishes to all in dahouse. Have a festive evening! Michael


  5. Fabulous presents, Ani, but go easy on that turkey…waistline and all that. 😉

    Not sure how it happened but suddenly it’s almost New Year’s Eve. 2020 has been a truly horrible year, but the next one really does have the hope of being better. I won’t jinx us all by saying ‘good’. I think we’d all just settle for better.

    I hope She is feeling a little better too.

    Lots of love from Downunder. -hugs-


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