Putting little elves throughout the house to watch over your children during the holiday season was after my maternal time, I guess. Personally, I prefer a Doberman. I had never even heard of it until OBL (@ordinarybutloud
) mentioned it in one of her posts. This woman cracks me up. If you do not read her, you are missing out. She is one witty bitty. In a good witty bitty way.
Anyway, because I am a bit more twisted than the average sugar plum fairy, I will be running a series called Elf on the Redneck Shelf through Christmas. Not really appropriate for younger children, or fragile adults, but my heathen tribe would have loved it. Considering their mother, this shouldn't surprise you.
Let's check and see if our little unsuspecting elf friend has arrived here at the ranch.
Poor thing, never knew what hit him.
And because I was able to lay on my belly in the driveway and take this shot in the warm Oklahoma sunshine, this will count as my Delightful December #2. And it made the elf laugh when my back locked up and I got stuck out there. It's all good.
Delightful December: @BohemianLotus has challenged us to find something positive from each day during the month of December in hopes of creating healthy perspectives in our lives.