Another “Last” Christmas

This was Maggie’s third, “Last Christmas”.

She continues to beat the point spread.  She is soon to turn 13 and that’s just old for a Lab.

For several years now, she has garnered special attention around the Holidays as talk was “This will be Maggie’s last Christmas”.  The joke has been on us. Like many smart dogs, she has trained us instead of the other way around.

Good for her and maybe we will update this column next year!

It is not simple getting the four members of our “Fur Family” to sit still for a photo with fake antlers on their heads. Also, because there are so many new readers, if you are a Black Lab fan, you can enter that term in the search box in the upper right hand corner of this page and you can spend the rest of the day reading and looking at pitures.

Christmas 2015.  From Left: Big Red, MacKenzie, Maggie Snickers.

Christmas 2015. From Left: Big Red, MacKenzie, Maggie and Snickers (who is also about her age, but in better condition)

About Ray V.

Living between Aiken & Charleston,, South Carolina, USA, I like to share what I am looking at, thinking about or listening to. I refer to this as the view out my window. Thanks for stopping by.
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10 Responses to Another “Last” Christmas

  1. Ann Koplow says:

    Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and more to you, Ray, and to all your beautiful black labs.

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  2. misifusa says:

    Ray, Merry Christmas to you and to your family! May 2016 be a year filled with health, wealth and happiness for all of you!

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  3. P & J says:

    Oh my……one of our favorite photos! You are so blessed with a beautiful human family and a beautiful furry family. 🙂

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  4. Here’s to another year for Maggie!

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  5. Val Boyko says:

    Good on ya Maggie!! Keep beating the odds. I love this photo full of expectation ….

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