Sunday, December 25, 2016

Christmas 2016


20 comments:

James Davis said...

XXX Merry Christmas !!!!!! Hope your day is a peaceful and joyous one. You should head into town today; and just be obnoxious to everyone for a change. You could use some entertainment!

AI4MS said...

Merry Christmas John

Janet said...

It looks like Ben got a delicious Christmas breakfast.

Sam Finn said...

Merry Christmas John. May God bless you and all yours at TFL, as well as all those who visit on line and in person.

MsBelinda said...

Merry Christmas to you and all the critters that inhabit that lovely piece of desert that you call home.

Larry G said...

Merry Christmas, John... and best to you in 2017.

Rita B. said...

Merry Christmas John! Looks like a fabulous day out there.

Grandmama Sarah said...

Merry Christmas from the Arizona high desert to you (and all yours) in the Texas desert!

Thank you for sharing yourself and your interests with us. May the New Year bring you joy.

Jon P said...

Happy Jesus' Birthday John!

John Wells said...

Note: the Santa hat on Ben is the very same hat from the video I shot 11 years ago.

Jussi Valanki said...

Merry Christmas from Finland to you and the animal friends!

Zole said...

Merry Christmas, will Ben ever get a roommate?

pamit said...

Yes, how about getting Ben a heifer companion in 2017! Then you won't have gelding issues. I still feel sad about Ben's friend that got sent to the knacker. Merry Christmas John & fellow blog-followers! (See, no war on Christmas from this non-believer!)

John Wells said...

No more cattle for me...Ben is expensive enough to feed as is. As long as Javier keeps coming in at night, Ben is happy. If anything, I will get a goat for him as a companion.

Sam Finn said...
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Sam Finn said...

I still vote for a rescue dog. We could have a name-that-dog contest! ;-)

John Wells said...

No more dogs for me...too much emotional attachment.

Sam Finn said...

I know what you mean John. Dogs steal your heart. Each time I lose one I say no more, but I can't seem to go very long without their companionship. It's painful at the end but I think the dogs would say its worth it.

Sam Keith said...

Harsh reality: It can be more painful to lose some dogs than it is to lose some people. We should all appreciate our many blessings.

pamit said...

What Sam said. My dog just turned 8 and I am already dreading her passing. I'll get a second dog pretty soon now. Agree that a goat, or a couple of goats? --would make a fine companion for Ben!