Friday, December 07, 2018

Crossing Our Paws

Cyndi:  This has been one of those weeks!  Everything (just about) has been going wonky and Jan has wasted much of her time trying to figure out what each problem is.  And Jan caused a major blooper, but we can't tell you about that until next Tuesday's post.

Taylor:  Well, she did finally figure out how to make us a Christmas card yesterday without the needed software.  It's about time!  Christmas is almost here.

Cyndi:  She tried to find something online to use but her brain is old and it addles easily.  The card isn't printing quality, though, so she can only email or post it. 

Taylor:  You mean our friends who don't have a computer won't be able to see our adorable faces on our Christmas card this year? 

Cyndi:  No, they won't.  Jan considered re-using last year's but it's too sad  since it has angels Merci and Rusty on it. 

Taylor:  I guess that means we five have to survive until next Christmas so we can all be on that card.

Cyndi:  Yes, it does.  Percy and I are the oldest.  Cross your paws for the next months that we will still be here.

Taylor:  But how will I walk if I cross my paws?

Cyndi:  Carefully, Taylor, carefully.

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  1. We sort of have that same issue with our Christmas card..petcretary cannot use her regular very good program, so we went to an online site and made one there...its what we will use, second best is better than one at all, right??

    Don’t forget to walk really carefully with those crosssed paws...MOL!

  2. Hari om
    Crikey, farmers, if Jan feels anything like I do, it's all coming round too fast for her! I had a full day this week doing all, 'hard post' stuff, and this weekend I need to get onto the e-post stuff and it's is all seeming like very hard work this year. Could be due to having a paw out of action, but that's no excuse really...sigh... hope all your odd bits start un-odding themselves soon. hugs wags whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

  3. I know y'all will be the best helpers trying to get things just right!

  4. I am sure your card looks great! I look forward to seeing it if you post it on the blog - also will tune in on Tuesday! Happy Friday.

  5. I'm sure the card is most adorable. How could it be anything but.

    Have a purrfect Feline Friday and weekend. My best to your mom. ♥

  6. It's hard to look at images of those who've left for The Rainbow Bridge.

  7. I am glad Jan got your Christmas card sorted. Christmas is months away one minute, the next thing you know it's here.

  8. The Rainbow Bridge Angels are hard to see again. You remember times gone by.

  9. I bet Jan did a terrific job on the card even if it can just go email. And I have faith that all you guys will still be here next Christmas so you can be on the card next year. :)

  10. I am glad Jan figured it out, sorry it can't be printed though.

  11. We hope you are all here next year!! Of course, we are hoping we're here too. Ho! Ho! Ho!

  12. Hey, that's funny- dad's brain is old and addles easily too! He's staring at me now. Better log off. Enjoy your weekend.

  13. Hopefully, most of your friends have internet so they can see your ecard. Maybe the other friends can go to the library to see it on their computer. Here's hoping that all of us will be here next year!

  14. We bet that card is wonderful, and we're so glad Jan figured things out. We have our paws crossed for a great year for you all, too. Hugs!

  15. Charlee: "Dada says our Christmas cards didn't come out great when they were printed, either."
    Chaplin: "Something about not being able to see Angel Dennis very well. I guess he shows up better in the electronic version."
    Charlee: "I don't know. It's human computer stuff. But anyway we will be happy to see your online card."
    Chaplin: "And we will be happy to see all of you together on next year's card, too!"


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