Once upon a time there was a Lady woodcarver named Dee that lived in a wonderful magical
house that opened its doors all thru the years to the endless friends and family that came to visit her. Today Emily the Cat heard the large wooden gate slowly open as a happy little California primitive rug hooker came in carrying her basket filled with hooked rugs to share.
Emily wondered why does everyone that goes thru the wooden gate smile so bright ? From the kind friendly mailman to Moses the little boy who played in the primitive garden everyone seemed so happy when they visited Dee. Moses was about two and every cat knows you have to watch little boys of two very carefully.Emily always liked to see Moses as he left the magical
house throw a goodbye kiss to Dee as he walked out the wooden gate.
When ever Dee would work on her carving Emily would peer into the wood shop windows and watch Dee working diligently away. Emily knew that if people kept busy with their hands they would be satisfied and content as a cat with a saucer of milk.
Since there are just a few lady woodcarvers these Angels are extra special!
Emily thought maybe Dee's forgetting to put them away because it seems like Dee's Angels watched over the big country house thru out the year!
Emily thought of Dee's pretty warm hooked rugs and hoped she would put down another one on the cold brick floor next to the fireplace this Christmas .
On cold winter night's Emily would watch Dee work tirelessly away in her chair.For some reason Dee liked to work on a small piece of cloth and pieces of thread making little pictures with her little needles.They were so tiny those tiny little holes in the cloth no wonder she needed her glasses.
Emily knew it was getting close to Christmas she could tell by the endless visitors and realized maybe she too needed to get in the holiday spirit.
Suddenly as Emily watched she saw something go
by the wooden paned window. Emily's ears perked up and realized she had her very own visitor.There in front of her was a pitch black cat that needed a bit of holiday cheer.
Emily hated sharing her treats and watched warily as the black cat saw her empty plate.Maybe it was a good thing that Dee had a visitor in the home today!
reminded Emily how very lucky she was to live in this magical
home during the Christmas season.
Emily the cat was ready for Christmas she had found the
spirit of Christmas of sharing,kindness and
giving of yourself. Emily was going to wait by her cat dish
purring away waiting for her new cat friend to return and enjoy
the Christmas season with her.Merry Christmas!
I hope you enjoyed my little child story. Dee makes birdhouses, hooked rugs paints cross stitch , wood carves
she is a wonder and best of all she is such a kind sweet person.It was such a fun time I did enjoy the cookies.Yum Hugs Cheri