Thursday, November 27, 2014

Give Thanks for All Things Great and Corgi-licious!






Happy Thanksgiving, Corgi Nation



Monday, November 24, 2014

Happy Thanksgiving Week, #Corgi Nation!



Can it be a year already since last Thanksgiving?! Time flies. I don't know where it's flying to, but it's sure going somewhere. And fast.

It's good that once every 365 days we have an entire day set aside to give thanks. And there is always something to be thankful for. This year, I propose we put friends and family at the top of the list, and by that -- of course -- I mean Corgis, too. 

Because they are our friends, and our family! All our pets are, and deserve to be.






Thankful for Friends and Family
Artist: Vanessa Keys


The blog will be on hiatus this week, as I take a bit of time off, to do some giving thanks of my own. Before I do, I want to tell you how much I appreciate YOU. I am genuinely thankful for the community of people who have responded so warmly to my work. In some ways, this blog and the Facebook page (which will stay up and running this week) represent some big dreams come true for me. 

It's good to have company for that. Good company!







Artist: Vanessa Keys



Gertrude B. Holman suggested we "keep Christmas in our hearts through every day of all the year". I'd say Thanksgiving is just as important, in it's own way. The ability to be grateful doesn't always come naturally. But when it does, it's freeing. There is no greatness without gratefulness, when you think about it! Seeing our simple, everyday good fortune, the way it glitters among the troubles and the worry … that's a kind of magic. It's a gift. 

May your holiday gift come a bit early this year, and last the whole season long.

Yours in Corgi love and friendship,


Laurie 




Saturday, November 22, 2014

Saturday Smiler: Cherry Blossom #Corgi!