Last night we went out to watch the snow
falling. Me and My Vickie like to catch the
snowflakes in our mouths. It is a fun game
It was amazing how BIG the snowflakes were.
Some were as big as my nose, others
covered My Vickie's palm
Cosmo got a few that fell on his body and the
one in the picture above is JUST ONE
snowdrop. Seriously. They were that BIG
I mean, does it get any better than this
Scotsmad: Yes, we are telling
the truth and nothing but the truth, this is
a picture of just one snowflake on Cosmos head.
Honestly, I wouldn't lie about that.
They were the size of My Vickies Palm
So this morning, before the sun came up
(Like we are going to see the sun) We all went
out to shovel the kennels out.
Man there was a lot of snow.
When our guests came outside, they were shocked
and some of them, just turned around and went
back inside. Mornings are so great.
Abby wasn't a lot of help at shoveling
but then, now that Jamie is gone
Abby is the queen and she directs, not
helps. It is her duty.
So last night we got another foot of snow
and today we are going to have to
spend the day shoveling the roofs off again
But it is fun. I stand under the buildings and My
Vickie pushes tons of snow off the roof
for me to catch and play with.
Today was the day for Bassets. James Dean
brought all the foster dogs that have stayed
with him to play. They all have wonderful homes
now, all except Sweet Bessie, so it was a day
of rejoicing and playing with friends
he hasn't seen for months.
Dougal joined in on the fun to.
Like me, he had cut himself on our ice
last week. It opened up the old wound from
his snake bite. Click here to READ.
But it is healed pretty much now so he got to
come today. My foot cuts and the slices in
My Vickie's leg are not healed yet, but doing ok.
Of course, Allred would have nothing to do
with the snow. Since he re-appeared last December
he has turned into a total "House Cat"
Wonder what happened.
Well, there was too much snow to get out
of the property to day to take me to the groomer
so I dont' get to go to the Hospital and visit
my patients, but even though I will miss them all
I am having a great time at my own home in
my little slice of heaven.