Sunday, December 26, 2010

Saige comes home for Christmas

Guinness here at the keyboard today! And look who came all the way from California. Remember our friends Doug and Waveney who visited us from California? Well Waveney took some of Saige's fur and a piece of her scarf and crafted our very own mini Saige! Now she will be on our tree every Christmas.

Saige loved to hide UNDER trees....until she got too big....

...and pulled all the ornaments off them!

There is nothing like a good cuddle under the Christmas tree!

....or a good ol' Splore in the wild, winter woods. Thank you dear friends for giving us a little piece of Saige to have forever.


  1. My Sage's dream is to sleep under a Christmas tree with a wolfie. Someday....someday....

  2. That is really sweet of your friend! A perfect ornament of Sage!

  3. Saige belonged to all of us, just a little, so its very nice to see this mini-mini Saige on the Christmas tree. Maybe hanging in a doorway all year long to remind us of what a gorgeous dog she was and such a good pal.

    Cheers, hugs and Happy, Healthy 2011!

    Jo, Stella and Ali Z.

  4. That is so, so, cool! What a special gift.

    Nubbin wiggles,

  5. What a very special gift to treasure for years to come. Lovely and thoughtful friends.

    Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  6. What a thoughtful present and a perfect way to remember Saige.

  7. Hiya all,

    We hope you had a great Christmas. What a wonderful gift - such a pawfect way to remember Saige.

    Schnauzer snuggles - JD and Max.

  8. What a special gift. Love it
    Benny & Lily

  9. That is such a beautiful ornament and it is real Saige! Oh she was a wonderful girl.


  10. Aww what a sweet gift! Love that Saige was there to celebrate Christmas with you all!

  11. that is a move lovely present! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and remembered Saige so warmly!!

  12. Merry Christmas Janice. This brought a little tear to my eye in remembrance of the fur babies we lost this year. What a special keepsake of Saige.

    I hope to see you in 2011!