With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: Visiting from NY

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Visiting from NY

Abbey woke to lots of giggles and laughter this morning
Tickles and wrestling are what aunts do best with little nieces that arrived late last night .
And introducing someone new who also traveled over the river and through the woods to grandmothers house...
RUDY
Rudy is a five month old apricot color Yorkie-poo.  He is sweet, playful and a lot poofy!
I don't think I have ever seen a little puppy quite like Rudy.  He sort of has a little monkey face.  I think it looks like you should unzip his thick coat and let the real puppy dog out.
He is much loved! Except by Raider who isn't thrilled about having this fur-ball wanting to play with him and take his toys.  Raider, I was hoping you would be a nice host to your new cousin (or is that nephew).
Brenna and Ryan loving Rudy
Well, it's back to the kitchen for more peeling and chopping of celery and onions and parsley and yams and cauliflower and cranberries and nuts and apples and beans and.......................

15 comments:

Mildred said...

Beautiful family photos Lorraine and Rudy is cute as can be! I know you all will have a wonderful time together. God bless.

♥ Kelley ♥ said...

Just wanted to come by and wish you a very blessed and wonderful Thanksgiving!

Eileen @ My Evergreen Place said...

May you all have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Back to the kitchen for me too, as the pie ingredients are waiting for me! :0)

marie said...

That's just what aunts do! Lucky girls ~ all three of them.
Your grandchildren's eyes take my breathe away everytime I see them! It looks like they're ready for some fun times at your house. Have a wonderful weekend!

Happy chopping!

P.S. Perfect description for Rudy! He does look a little like a (very cute) puppy in a monkey suit!)

Julie Harward said...

This is our off year with our kids all going to their in-laws...your post makes me miss all that action and joy at my home...but I have to share! I love that dog...he is the cutest little thing ever! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving :D

crochet lady said...

Oh cute photos! Rudy is a unique looking dog, love his poofy hairdo.

Dishesdone said...

Lots of fun and good food at your house this holiday :) You have a beautiful family! And Rudy is a cutie!

Cindy said...

Looks like quite a crowd at your house! Our guests come tomorrow but nobody is staying overnight.

Enjoy your visit with them!

NanaDiana said...

Honestly, when I first pulled your blog up and glanced down before I started reading I thought I saw a monkey face!!! LOL How cute is he! I think Rudy is going to steal the whole show at your house this Thanksgiving...although I must say..you have some pretty adorable grandkids! Hugs- Diana

Deb said...

Wishing you a wonderful time with your family while you celebrate your Thanksgiving. Hugs, Deb=^..^=x5

Susan said...

Darling photos, LDH. Just darling. The little dog is different looking and the children, well, they are gorgeous.

Know what you mean about chopping. Oh man oh man. I chop,chop, chopped a LOT today. It'll be worth it tomorrow.

Take care, LDH. And a Blessed Thanksgiving holiday to you and your sweet family. Susan

Snippety Gibbet said...

Oh, you are going to have such a wonderful holiday! Be blessed, friend. jan

Ann said...

Lovely pictures of the grandchildren. That Rudy is a cutie too bad Raider isn't a fan.
Sounds like you are going to be busy. Have a Happy Thanksgiving

gnee @ Singing With Birds said...

All of our children are at their in-laws for the holiday, so we are packing up our home and going out tomorrow. I'm glad you are having a party that is enough fun for all of us! Loving your beautiful grands and dogs...keep chopping and slicing and have the happiest day of all.

Abounding Treasures said...

I'm guessing that all your chopping and slicing and stuffing produced a scrumptious dinner and I trust that you all enjoyed special blessings this Thanksgiving ... the photos are sweet and what a cute poodle :o)

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