Calling Cupid

I see Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen, Comet and ________, and Donner and Blitzen.

What happened to Cupid? He was the one that got away. The reindeer ornament I never found at CVS. I had Rudolph, too, but he fell victim to a curious kitten and shattered into a bazillion pieces on our living room floor many years ago. No matter how many CVS locations I visited; though, I never found a Cupid.

As I type this, Studly Doright is searching eBay for the little guy. If he’s successful I might have him look for Rudolph, too. In the meantime I’m going to secure the remaining reindeer against a cat attack. The one responsible for Rudolph’s demise still resides at Doright Manor.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

17 thoughts on “Calling Cupid”

    1. Thank you! Studly found my CVS Cupid on eBay! These were very inexpensive, but delightful little ornaments that the drugstore chain sold ten or so years ago. We couldn’t find Rudolph, this time around, though.

      Liked by 1 person

  1. I buy a painted glass one every year from Pier One. The kind that is painted on the inside of the bulb and they come in a little velvet box. I try to get one with the year on it, so far I have 21 of them. When my mom got sick a few years ago I let a few Christmases go buy without buying one and later I was able to find the 2 years I missed on eBay! I hate a partial collection!


    1. At one time I had multiple trees. It was absolutely beautiful. They had themes (like the reindeer tree). Nowadays I pick out my favorites from every past tree and stick them on one big tree. No theme. No color coordination. But with Christmas trees I think anything goes. It took me a long time to work that out.


      1. They are the ultimate “do what makes you happy” thing. Each of my kids has their own small tree they get to decorate with the ornaments they’ve been given over the years. With theirs and the two that Hubby and I have (we each had our own when we got together), we have a few. This was the first year that I really understood why some people opt to cut back on the amount of decorating they do. Once the kids aren’t here to help out with the big trees, I’m not certain how long I’ll do them both.

        Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Praying for Eyebrowz

Doing the best I can with what I have

Chaos with Cheese

kind of sad, but not so bad with cheese. cheese not provided.

Christine's Collection

My streams of thought meet here

Magic Unfolds

Soul In Visual Form


Just another WordPress site

Misterio Press

Killer Fiction

Lolsys Library

Fun blogs about the wonderful world of books and learning!

Sean of the South Podcast

Music and Storytelling

Life is a rusty rollercoaster

A bit of this...A bit of that...bit of everything...come on in...


Life in a flash - a weekly writing blog

Mark My Words


Dave Astor on Literature

Short essays about novels and other fictional works

Here There be Poems

By Ian Garrabrant


Home of Micropoetry, Literature, art and philosophy.

Entertaining Stories

Just a fiction writer, trying to reach the world.

Wagons Ho

I'd curtsy but I'm drunk.

%d bloggers like this: