Seriously, I didn’t believe my master when he told me I would get to play in the snow today. When I went to bed last night, the grass was green. When I woke up this morning, the green was gone! I guess I should give him a bit of credit for snowing what he’s talking about!
The 4-6″ of heavy wet snow that we woke up to is more snow than we’ve received all winter here in northcentral PA. The robins and bluebirds are probably wondering who turned down the heat, but I know they will be fine because they were back last year by the beginning of April when the snow just wouldn’t give up. (In case you’re wondering, my grandpa remembers snow in PA during May about 35 years ago, so this is not the latest that we’ve ever seen snow in PA!)
Here’s what it looked like today at 6AM from the kitchen in our new house– and it’s still coming down:
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Wow, I would love some snow – it is hot here! Thank you for sharing your beautiful photos – the one looking out of the window is absolutely stunning.
Love to you and everyone there…yes, you do look like a demon in that one…hmm. Thanks for posting these pictures!!
It’s a beautiful late season PA snow indeed! My dogs are all thrilled. My daughter’s bus driver who spends winter in Florida is less thrilled. In my opinion, if spring can intrude on winter’s stay, then winter has every right to intrude on spring’s stay. I admit, I am a bit biased toward winter, but that’s my story & I’ll tell it like I want.
Same here! Winter rocks!
What a great post! Great pictures–you’re an adorable dog 🙂
Yes – we watched the snow go by Maryland and my daughter can not go back to school in Frostburg because of it. She is happy an extra day at home. Great snow pics. I won’t tell Elsa.
Haha! Excellent! Thanks for the note!
I love that first photo also! I used to have a 3 legged dog. She got hit by a car. Anyway, I would tell people she could run just as fast as she used to be able to…but when she swam…she swam in circles! ~Sherry~
Thanks so much for the comment, Sherry. Yes, I swim in circles as well! What I TRULY LOVE is blowing bubbles and chasing them! My master said he’s going to get me a life vest this year so that I can venture further… and in a straight line, perhaps… If you like 3-leggers, then perhaps you’d like tripawds.com, which is a Simple Press site that is dedicated to the stories of us tripawds. WOOF!
Sounds like you have a good master!!
Great pictures. Thanks.