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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

SNOW!!!!!

 Yesterday we had about three inches of snow and we are again getting more of the flakey stuff.  What a way to start the New Year!  As you can see from yesterday's photos, Tasha and Anna Rose had different ways of celebrating our first real snow fall of the year, and of winter!  Tasha decided that What's Her Name did not need her bathrobe, as she needed to get inside and ended up wearing the left sleeve herself!  Thankfully WHN was wearing a flannel nightgown that Dad had given her several years ago- she is flakey enough as it is!

Anna Rose, the love of Max Da Odder Weinie, loves the snow and pranced around for quite some time in the flakes as they fell from the clouds.  She is doing better, but will probably need to have the IV fluids every other day.  She is drinking more, and going outside with her Daddy every couple of ours.  She devours her vitamins and her new foodables, as long as her Daddy feeds them to her!  After her adventures in the morning snow, she snuggled up in her new Christmas blankie and supervised her Dad while he worked on his Navy correspondence courses!



9 comments:

GOOSE said...

Keep warm and send the snow my way!
Blessings,
Goose

Amber DaWeenie said...

Max here.....My sweetheart, pleeeze don't let your wittle tootsies get cold in all da white stuffs. Mee will have to get on da road and come up dere to keep you warm and cuddle in your purrty blankie!

Bailey said...

Colder here, but no snow yet. Mom posted pictures of your beautiful work on her blog today with a link back to here.

Kari in Vegas said...

Brr brr brr

Stop on by for a visit
Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com

Frankie Furter said...

Sounds like Anna Rose is feeling MUCH better.. I am soooooo glad...

cold and SNOWY down this way too..
BRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR

Finn said...

Have fun with you white stuff!!

Nola said...

Have fun! I gave you an award
Dachshund Nola

Two French Bulldogs said...

oh no, get your coat
Benny & Lily

Christine said...

Most of our snow is gone! We never get too much in the desert southwest so we enjoy what we do get. Try to stay warm and toasty!