Our son and daughter-in-law brought some Christmas gifts for the dogs. We gave the wrapped gifts to the girls who immediately knew the gifts were for them.
They switched from one to the other, since there were no tags on the packages. Lucy wasn't sure exactly what she should be doing, so she watched Ellie open the gifts.
Oh! Look, Lucy! I think it's a Ms. Santa rubber chicken. Whoopee.
Looks like the other one is a fabric Christmas tree. Double that whoopee.
Ellie immediately took the Christmas tree searching for a weak spot in the seam.
Lucy decided to take it and work for a while herself. Truth be told, neither dog was terribly interested in the presents.
They have a little conference. "Well, seems we lucked out this year." "Yep, I don't know what that jolly old fat man was thinking."
No doubt all of us receive a Christmas gift now and then that we don't really care for. But we accept them in the spirit of Christmas. Dogs are a bit more forthcoming about their likes and dislikes.
But they do join me in hoping you had a wonderful Christmas and that every gift was wonderful, even if it was for its humor value.