Saturday, January 17, 2015

Preparing Christmas Stuffies for Storage

It's that time of year again when the Christmas stuffies have to pack their bags and start heading back to the mysterious land they come from (also known as the attic).  I don't know what they do for the other 10 months out of the year but I have made it a mission of mine that no Christmas stuffy goes home without treats.
Ah, the reindeer.  These guys are picky eaters compared to us omnivores who eat anything.
Aha, I see the perfect items for them, they are going to love this.  This lettuce is right up their alley and it's organic.

Mr. Squirrel.  He's not such a picky eater.  I know I will get him some Nutella.  What?  Were out of Nutella!  Let me see what I can find instead.  Ah yes, Oregon Hazelnut spread.  Did you know that Oregon produces 99% of the USA's Hazelnuts.

This little bear seems to be all dressed for the Winter.  I like his sweater and scarf.  I know just the perfect thing for him.  *rumble, rumble rumble*.  Yes, this ought to keep him happy.
This little bottle of vodka ought to keep him sleeping through the Winter.
I better get the bear something besides a little bottle of Vodka, Ahhhhh I know exactly what he would like....Wild Caught Salmon.

Wild Caught Salmon
It is sad to see my Christmas Stuffy friends go but I am glad I was able to provide them with plenty of energy and hearty food until next year.


13 comments:

  1. Never fear, the stuffies get out at night and have a dancing party in the actic, or they play hide and seek. If you listen carefully, you might be able to hear them sometimes.

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  2. Interesting, I will have to try that tonight.

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  3. You are such a considerate fox - I'm not sure I would have let that salmon out of my sight. The Absolut Vodka sounds more like a Drunk Fox gift...

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  4. The vodka was from drunk foxes private/secret stash. We cooked the salmon last night....beary few left overs.

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    1. Vodka. Was he a Russian bear?
      That looks like enough goodies to keep them happy till next year, all right.

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    2. No not a Russian bear. He just likes to gave a drink now and then.

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  5. That's beary kind of you Little Fox. It's always tough to say goodbye to the seasonal stuffies, but they'll be back soon.

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  6. Happy Bearthday Little Fox! Your card might be a few days late!

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  7. Thanks, I look forward to getting it.

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  8. You are very kind to think of the Christmas stuffies. We cried when Person put away our little snowman. We are planning a rescue mission to the garage when she is not looking!

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  9. Excellent idea, I think a rescue mission (with snacks) is very generous.

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