Yes - Charlie Brown and the Guinea Pig.
You all know this tree. Sad, wimpy, a loser, if trees are classified as such.
And yet this tree probably graces more households this year than ever before and will become one of most remembered in years to come. I know it will for me.
I have a wonderful husband who loves me more than anything. We both knew we were going to get a Charlie Brown tree this year. I had planned on going to a local field to try to find a scrawny 2 foot something that would suffice. But he said he would go to his parents and bring one back. I said that would be fine, of course. And so in the interest of eco-friendliness, he and his dad enjoyed a moment of father-son togetherness as they picked out this dandy, dug it up, and placed it in a biodegradable pot so we could give it to someone else to plant in the hard frozen ground when we are finished with it.
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I have decided to call it Herman because "Her" (that's me) "man" (that's hubbs), got it for me.
This is Violet, my guinea pig. Isn't she sweet looking?
Don't let that face fool you!
She can be WILD!
I have 5 guinea pigs that each have their own cage. Violet and her son share the table top where Herman now sits. So I placed her underneath my desk on the rails.
I have had several piggies sit here with no trouble....
until NOW! This is what I came home to after running. She apparently was doing a little running of her own! But I will commend her for staying IN her cage in spite of the opportunity to run off!
And while I am on the subject of guinea pigs....
I received these lovely prints from my dear friend and Petsjubilee teammate, Pauline from PaulinesFashions on Etsy. I LOVE them!
Thank you, Pauline! I love you!
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas whether you have a Charlie Brown one or not! And try to stay out of trouble....