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Elves Extraordinaire

Boon wonders, "Hey, who spiked the egg nog?"

Kudzu bidding for a space on the nice list.

Isaac and Cosmo make this elf business look good!

The Cheetah Girls - Rose Bud and Dacey







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  1. Fabulous, just fabulous. If I do say so myself!!! Me and SJ are rocking those cheetah hats!

    Love,
    Rosebud and Southern Jewel

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  2. Those are some pawesome photos and amazing elves!

    Again...I'm loving the music you choose...

    Amy Grant...one of mom's favorite's!

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  3. I always love the excuse of December for wearing a Santa hat around town.

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  4. THANKS for a much needed grin during my lunch break here at work!!!

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  5. Looking good! Thanks for joining our Monday Mischief pet bloghop! :-)

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  6. You are ready for the holidays!
    Benny & Lily

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  7. Awesome!!! You all sure look very much in the holiday spirit.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  8. Very nice! Happy Holidays to your family.

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  9. "Who spiked the egg-nog?" was great! Love your santa hats! Ruff!

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  10. BOL! I'm smilin' floppy ear to floppy ear.
    Goose

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  11. HI there, Do you realize how excited I get every time I come by to visit-you always make me smile!
    Love the poses. I want to come live by you all, that way I can enjoy having lots of golden girls around plus you all are the best.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  12. Just the kind of post I needed! I have no idea how Bert could have jilted that gorgeous Rose Bud for some girlie in another country.

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  13. You guys sure look ready for the holidays!

    Sam

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  14. What adorable elves!

    Your pal, Pip

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  15. Oh my gosh, you are all so beautiful. Love the hats, and you are expert posers! Thanks for sharing.

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  16. You are the most good looking elves around.

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  17. You guys look so cool!! Probably TOO cool in your Christmas hats!!

    I can sense it's only a matter of time before Mum starts trying to get me to wear something! Doh!! :)

    Glad you're having fun,

    Your pal Snoopy :)

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  18. Oh my gosh...LOVE all your golden's. Our mutt dog certainly has a lot of golden in her. I can see her in your beauties. They are a joy aren't they?

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  19. You guys make posing in hats look easy! I know what hard, hard work it is! You all ROCK as elves!!!
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  20. Such cute elves

    Stop on by for a visit
    Kari
    http://dogisgodinreverse.com

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  21. Well darn if that isn't the cutest bunch of Santa's little helpers

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  22. Santa better put the whole gang on the nice list now...BOL

    Wyatt

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