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Friday, December 3, 2010

Pug Friday - Getting in the Holiday Spirit

Hello hello...is anybody out there?

Is everyone getting ready for the holidays? Thanksgiving flew by and I can't believe we're already in December.
Now that we're living in Idaho, I experiencing REAL winter. I haven't experienced a REAL winter in years. I am not prepared for this :)
I hope today's Pug Friday puts you all in a festive mood.

This is just about how I feel today :)

P.S. Thank you all for the prayers and support for our friends. He is slowly coming out of the coma. He was taken off sedatives earlier this week. His eyes are open, but we don't believe he can see as of yet. He is reacting to his wife's voice and making movements with all his limbs.

That's the good news, the bad news is they are PCS'ing to Bethesda to be closer to family and for him to receive the rest of his treatment and therapy. They might be leaving as soon as next week if everything is in order. And course...we're in Florida for the majority of next week.

We are having dinner at their house to tonight with another couple. All of our husbands went through the B Course together in North Carolina. I am so sad to see them go but I know its for the best.

Please continue to keep them in your prayers. There is still a very long road ahead of them.


sparrowsandsparkles said...

Oh my what an adorable little pug in his Santa suit! I bought Winston a Santa outfit yesterday so of course he's been wearing it already. Glad to hear your friend is making progress and I hope things continue to get better and better. xo

Sugar & Spice said...

Aww! I love the pug Christmas outfit!

I've been saying an extra prayer for your friend. I pray for a speedy recovery, and for his family!!

Anonymous said...

Since your friends are going to Bethesda tell them to check out the Yellowribbonfund.org they help out all of our service members with rental cars and lodging.

kjpugs said...

WHAT AN ADORABLE PUGGGIEEE!!! I wish I had that santa suit.

I've been praying for and thinking about your friends. I hope that his recovery is quick but, more importantly, safe, healthy, and lasting. Sounds like they have wonderful support to help get them through.

bazaarofserendipity said...

that face is perfection!

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