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Shopping is done. Wrapping is done.  I am sitting with my feet up, in fuzzy slippers, drinking my new favorite holiday drink: egg nog and butterscotch schnapps. We are about to watch The Bells of St Mary. Merry Christmas!

Shopping is done. Wrapping is done. I am sitting with my feet up, in fuzzy slippers, drinking my new favorite holiday drink: egg nog and butterscotch schnapps. We are about to watch The Bells of St Mary. Merry Christmas!

@Katlyn Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Sorensen the one kitty looks like a baby Ninja  too cute

@Katlyn Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Lovett Sorensen the one kitty looks like a baby Ninja too cute

Vintage Christmas card.!...* 1500 free paper dolls including Christmas dolls international artist and author Arielle Gabriel's The International Paper Doll Society for my Pinterest paper doll pals *

Vintage Christmas card.!...* 1500 free paper dolls including Christmas dolls international artist and author Arielle Gabriel's The International Paper Doll Society for my Pinterest paper doll pals *

24 Cats That Are So Single Right Now

24 Cats That Are So Single Right Now

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by *lalalaurie, via Flickr

by *lalalaurie, via Flickr

Elephant plays fetch with her puppy pal! This makes me so happy!

Elephant plays fetch with her puppy pal! This makes me so happy!

Owen a baby hippopotamus got swept away by a tsunami on the coast of Kenya. After being rescued the hippo became unlikely friends with a century old giant tortoise... "The hippo is a young baby, he was left at a very tender age and, by nature, hippos are social animals that like to stay with their mothers for four years." - Ecologist Paula Kahumbu

Owen a baby hippopotamus got swept away by a tsunami on the coast of Kenya. After being rescued the hippo became unlikely friends with a century old giant tortoise... "The hippo is a young baby, he was left at a very tender age and, by nature, hippos are social animals that like to stay with their mothers for four years." - Ecologist Paula Kahumbu

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