Wordless Wednesday: Holiday Returns

Wordless Wednesday is a simple visual blog post featuring a photo or image that speaks for itself without using words.

 It's a great way to meet blogging buddies and to express yourself through images, photos or illustration.

You can find Wordless Wednesday's code on Comedy Plus, and link up with other participants listed on Mr. Linky's Magical Widgets below. Just hit "Read More." It's fun!

                                                                                                              Alright, I know, but I had to add this one...
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Have a happy and fun day!                                                                                                    




Sandee said...

Now that's a hug and then some. Perfect for Wordless Wednesday.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs to you and tons of scritches to Simon. ♥♥♥

"Annie" said...

Thanks, Sandee, I couldn't resist it. You have a fabulous day too.

"Big hugs" back to you-

And Simon appreciates the scritches!


Marg said...

That is one great picture. Wonder how that guy stayed standing up. Anyway you have a great day.

Joyce Lansky said...

What a sweet pet!

"Annie" said...

Marg, I wondered the same thing. He must have had one good photgrapher.

Thanks for visiting and you have a great day too! :)

"Annie" said...

Joyce, I agree, I couldn't resist the photograph. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.

Have a great day!

stevebethere said...

What a brilliant capture you don't see that often :-)

Happy New Year and all the best for 2016 :-)

"Annie" said...

Thank you, Steve, and thank you, Sandee, and Wordless Wednesday, for creating such a fun meme. And I love your blog.

Also, thanks for tweeting me. That was nice of you. I appreciate it.

Have a great day, Steve! And a Happy New Year! :)

Tony McGurk said...

Awww... He/She's just a big ol' puddy tat who wants a hug. What a great photo

Finding Pam said...

It's nice to see a post from you. Happy New Year.

Kathe W. said...

Tiger hugs! Wow! Happy 2016!

"Annie" said...

Tony, I know, he does look like a big baby, doesn't he? Thank you, and thanks for commenting.

Have a Happy New Year!

"Annie" said...

Thank you, Pam. I'm slowly, but surely getting back into the swing of things. I'm happy you stopped by.

Happy New Year to you too!

"Annie" said...

Kathe, Yeah, that's sure is one big Tiger hug.

Happy 2016 to you too! I cannot believe it's going to be 2016. Do you remember studying George Orwell's 1984?

Although he wrote it in the 1940's it's still chilling.

Have a great New Years Eve and happy day Kathe.

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