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Hu-Dad busily prepared a Christmas Dinner under the careful supervision of Chef Cheesewhiz, who objected often and loudly.
Our Hu-Dad has never been known for his traditional culinary celebrations of the holidays, especially since he can claim many years of Thanksgiving dinner involving shrimp. In line with that non-traditional tradition, he was busily preparing a lasagna – because nothing says Christmas like a giant pan of lasagna.
One kitchen tradition remained quite solid – Cheoah remained underfoot at all times. Just in case somepup needed to clean up a mess on the floor – even one caused by tripping over said pup.
We wish all of our readers the Merriest of Christmases (and, if you celebrate something else, the Happiest of Holiday Seasons). We hope you enjoy good friends, good family, and good food.
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Cheoah Was a Queen for sure BUT she does look angry that there were NO messes to clean up! LOVE seeing the Sibes that were part of the Original Herd!
She was always one of my favorites, with her red fur, terracotta nose and amber eyes. Thanks for the lovely memories.A
She was a beautiful girl. Ruby agrees “Anything mom drops is mine”.
Merry Christmas to you all. Your humans are like ours, they don’t do traditional either!
Khumbu & co
Merry Christmas to all, husky and human. I will celebrate Christmas with my mom and Boxing Day with the corgis. We will have roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, but lasagna sounds yummy, too!
Merry Christmas. I love reading these every morning. It brings joy to my heart. I have a friend the rescues Siberian Huskies here in the Rogue Valley. Your stories, as I read them, are quite familiar. Lol
Merry Christmas to the Herd and their Hu-mans!
Lasagne! I’m making that too! Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas to you all may the day be filled with love, joy, and lots of treats
Wishing you all a lovely day.
Merry Christmas to you and all of your family and the herd.
We wish a very Merry Christmas to all of you at Chez Herd!!!!!!