Guess what? It’s b-a-a-a-c-k!!
We only got a dusting Tuesday morning, according to mama, who keeps up with that sort of thing.
But when she let me out and I saw it, I went crazy.
I love snow.
On my nose, on my furs, everywhere.
But mama says it’s early for snow. We’ve still got leaves on the trees.
How cool is that?!
It is cool, in every sense of the word. Heck, if we had snow, I might be out rolling in it. As it is, we only have our first morning in the 30s. Without snow, that’s not exactly much fun, although it’s clear as a bell and will be gorgeous once we add a few degrees to the mix.
Happy change of seasons!
Thanks, Linda. I do recall those crisp cool mornings in Texas, how thankful we were for a break in the heat at last! Of course, parts of your state *do* get snow (and ice), so be glad you’re not having to shovel, ha!
Haha, that is awesome! Dallas seems so sweet. The professor got a few inches here!
The first snow is kind of exciting, isn’t it? Best of all, this one went away almost as fast as it arrived!
Don’t you want 5 feet of snow?!?
I remember those human-sized drifts from when I was little. Then, it was fun to miss school; now, I work from home so no excuse to miss that! So, no, I definitely don’t want 5 feet of snow, Professor!
Well the professor wants some for you!
Very Cool! And you have a beautiful fur coat to enjoy it in!
If Dallas had the grace to blush, he’d be doing so at your compliments, Katybeth. He certainly took advantage of every opportunity to go outside and play in the snow, too (though today, he’s wondering just where it all went!)
“I love snow.
On my nose, on my furs, everywhere.”
I do TOO, Dallas! In fact, I like rolling in it as you did. And I also like making snow angels 🙂
We got a light dusting of snow here as well, but sadly, it melted quickly 😦
You enjoy, Dallas! And tell Mama I said hi!
Hey, Ron, glad you enjoyed Dallas’s silliness! I used to love making snow angels — and snow forts and tunnels, too. Kids seem immune to the cold, though, don’t they? Adults, on the other hand, tend to worry more about the “messy” aspects of the snow — shoveling sidewalks and driveways, bringing wet stuff into the house, etc. Guess we should just relax and ENJOY!! Thanks for dropping by, and have a great Wednesday!
AWH SNOW!!! Ok snow is ok as long as dogs can romp!
And Dallas just LOVES the snow, Jasmine. Fortunately for me, it was gone by the next day, ha!
LOL well a taste is MUCH better than 6 months LOL!
And I’m afraid that’s coming — just not quite this early. Sigh.
It is HERE HERE!!!
I’ll be glad to send whatever snow I get.
Thanks, Oma — ours has already melted, and we’re expecting rain with warmer temps this weekend. I’d much rather Dallas roll in snow than rainy puddles!
That’s adorable to see his delight in the stuff! Like a child with excitement and helping any curmudgeons among us to make the best of it.
He does love it, Barb. And it’s hard not sharing in his excitement — of course, it’s easy to like it when it goes away the next day, ha! Thanks for dropping by.
Haha! This is cute. When I first saw the first photo, I couldn’t figure out what it was. So happy it was Dallas taking in the snow rather than an injured animal in your yard 🙂
It’s hard to get a GOOD picture of him rolling in snow. When he sees me point the camera at him, many times he just turns away (or quits doing the “cute” thing I’m trying to capture!). I, too, am glad the wild critters have been absent — except for the squirrels, which Dallas loves to chase. Thanks for stopping by, Janna!
Dallas, looks like you’re on a snow-bender! 😉 No worries, I’m sure lots of snow will be there soon enough. Ah, the joy of being a dog!
It’s joyful if you’re the dog, Monica. For mamas, it’s hard work, getting all those snowballs off his furs so he won’t melt all over the house, ha!
Very cool! Literally
Thanks, Dawn. Sadly, I can’t wrap him in a snowsuit the way I did Little Domer and keep him dry!! But who really prefers a clean house to a doggy house?!
Glad you had so much fun in the snow, Dallas. My Lucy gets every bit as excited as you do and loves to run circles in the yard through the snow!
Does she need a coat or sweater, Terri? I’d think she’d freeze outside with her lack of thick furs!