It's melted, but it's a reminder that soon, I'll be digging out parts of the yard so she can do her business.
Stay warm up ther, and tell Maybull I totally agree!
Amy and Sophia
It's 63 degrees here right now in NJ, I sure hope it stays that way for a while. A year ago yesterday here we had snow, I remember it clearly.
Stay warm and put a nice sweater on Maybull!
Cathy & Zimmer
Deborah & the NC gang
She LOVES the snow. We've had it now for just over a week. Emma rolls around, buries her nose, paws at it. It's quiet comical to watch her. I love watching her do what I call "bully rolls", she finds just the right snow pile and rolls onto her back and wiggles back and forth. it's hilarious to watch.
We have a lot of snow and I wish Maybull liked it, but she's such a princess.
I have to agree w/maybull on this...so not looking
forward to the snow!!!
smoochies the scrunchy face
the coming winter. But then, I roll over and go back to sleep, knowing that tomorrow I'll probably have to mow the lawn again. I wish I could send you a can of Florida sunshine. Or, a gallon. Or, a truckload. Oh, hell. Just move down here.
No worries of a snow storm down there! Really, I think humans should learn how to migrate in the winter.
We also like that in the summer, the weather if beautiful and it's light outside until 9:30. What we tell ourselves about winter is that it makes us hardy. It's true, but winter would be easier if it weren't six months long.
she ever like it, or always hated? :-) Meaty used to LOVE it and could play in it all day, but now he and Sophie are
kinda "take it or leave it".....((( hugs ))) to sweet Maybull! :-)
Our sweet Archimedes "MEATY" Bones (or as we say...boneSHHH!) ---born 11/28/08---- our first bullllyyyy!!!
And SOPHIE Bubbles *Rapscallion* (LOL!) ---born 4/3/11----our second bulllllyyyy!!!!
Sophie's very first day home with us....awwww........May 2011.......tooo sweet for words!!!
She didn't like walking in it (it could be chest high) but did discover for a while that eating it was fun. She'd take a couple of big bites when we were out on walks and then throw up and take a couple more bites. Between winters, though, she forgot and hasn't tried to eat the snow for about five years.
Bulldog when I was growing up loved playing in the snow.