A very greyhound Christmas

Greyhound related , Kim or Matt related , Knitting December 25th, 2011

Henry (mostly) and Philip (some) wish you a merry Christmas!

Our low-key holiday, part two, started out with a brioche French toast brunch.

I’ve never had custard French toast before, and it was delicious.   Brioche helped, I’m sure.

Since Philip was being obnoxious, we headed out for a walk by the river after we ate.

While Henry entertained visions of Christmas goose,

I took the opportunity to take a few pictures of a shawl I knit way back when (it’s been long enough that I don’t remember) for my grandmother.   I figure it’s pretty safe to post them on the blog (and if not, well, spoiler alert, Grandma).

Two river walks in as many days tired the dogs out enough to make them extremely cooperative for a photo shoot — with props.

And then it was time for a nap for me, and, finally, Christmas dinner.

Matt outdid himself — the turkey is perfectly cooked, and everything is delicious.   All in all, we’ve had a lovely, relaxing Christmas, and best of all — I’m on vacation!

One Response to “A very greyhound Christmas”

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