On this Sixth Day of Christmas, resident pup Astrid wanted to let everybuddy know how she's continuing to celebrate the holiday. Although Astrid, the good girl, is the only furbaby who doesn't torment the Christmas tree, that doesn't mean she doesn't notice it. In fact, Astrid loves to nap by the Christmas tree every night:
And, of course, one of her other favorite continuations of the Christmas holiday is all of the yummy food! Our house is practically busting at the seams with leftover turkey and noodles and delicious rolls, and cookies and candy and fudge. And Astrid knows it. And, naughty me, sometimes I slip her a nibble or two. (In this regard I'm a pushover, not a role model. Remember these tips: Human food is not dog food, fatty foods like turkey and ham are a recipe for pancreatitis, and chocolate is poisonous to dogs!)
So, Astrid loves the Christmas tree, and the Christmas food, and the plain and simple festive fun of Christmas. But, there is one thing that Astrid has made obvious that she does not like about the holiday. And that would be the Christmas music, most especially when her humans try to sing along. Christmas music is still on constantly at our house, and will be for the entirety of the Twelve Days of Christmas. But, if the radio or the humans get too enthusiastic with the festive tunes, Astrid will quite literally huff off to the back of the house for some peace and quiet. Sorry, Astrid, sometimes we just can't help ourselves!
That being said, I guess Astrid won't appreciate the doggie drawing I created for this Sixth Day of Christmas: