Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Dashing Through the Snow.....

Old Man Winter has sent his welcoming committee....



7" worth....


Someone is happier about that than I am.....


13 comments:

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Old Man Winter sent quiet the welcoming committee.

Cindi said...

Those pictures are so pretty, I can't remember your puppies name but what a beauty! So glad to see you back! You were missed!
Be blessed,
Cindi

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Robin,
Sooooo happy to see your post!!! Snow Dog looks like he is ready for some serious snow time!!! I would not be too happy either, especially if I had to visit the little girl's room outdoors!!!
Welcome back, sweet friend!
Warm Hugs~
Julie

Kim said...

I am happy for snow dog because I know it makes him happy. But I'm not happy for you because like me, the white stuff is not happy

Farmhouse prims said...

Love all of your beautiful photo's. Hugs, Lecia

Jane@Bluebird1959 said...

Hi Robin! We got our Christmas snow on December 28th here in southeast Wisconsin. It looks very pretty, but it was an icy mess for awhile! Our puppy is not a fan, so he is hoping for a thaw, lol. Jane

Lois--Huckleberry Lady said...

Hi Robin, Just saw your post on Nana's blog and thought I should write a few words!!! Missed ya!! I miss all my blogging friends, but just don't have the time to spend here, as I have a shop on etsy now and between working on that and just other things I like to look at on here...Pinterest...don't get me started. I stay out of there if possible!!!! Looks like you had snow for Christmas...we didn't :( but this balmy weather is nice. Don't have to worry about traveling. My mother is in a home and running there, don't need bad weather. So, how are things at your place? Did your son get all his operations to get things back to normal for him??? Have a great New Year!!! Lois

Angela said...

Good morning Robin. Well I wish we could work up a trade on this winter weather. Grab your tank top and flip flops and head on down here and you would be just warm and snazzy. Oh, but you might need your swim suit and a canoe with all our liquid sunshine we have been having.. The snow is beautiful. Always is to us Southerners that don't have a clue how to survive in it. HEHE! So good to see you blogging again. Missed you girl. Have a Happy New Year.
Angela

Kimberly said...

Hi Robin, How dear of you to stop by my blog & take the time to write me such a lovely message. You as well my friend in blog land have also warmed my heart! Take good care of yourself! Wishing you & yours a VERY HAPPY & HEALTHY NEW YEAR! All My Best, Kimberly

The Moonlit Stitch said...

Dashing through the snooow...with my buddy the Cranky Croooow....
Hi Crow! BEAUTIFUL Snowdog♥♥♥ Thanks for flying by the Moonlit Stitch, so good to hear from you♥ ~*~Lisa

Rugs and Pugs said...

No need to share!
Hugs :)
Lauren

Primitive Stars said...

Morning Sweet Crow, yes, Old man winter spread his cheer around I see, dashing through the snow for sure.Love the picture of Snow Dog, so darn handsome!!!!!! Happy New Zyear wishes to you!!!! Hugs Francine.

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

Hi Robin, LOVE Snowdog. We have had 4 Malamutes. How I miss them. Because of our age we have scaled down to smaller, including dogs. Well, I must say I envy you. I grew up in N.Y. and miss the snow. Living in the Mojave doesn't often get us much of that beautiful white stuff.
Anyways, here's wishing you a Blessed 2016 with much Peace & Health...and keep safe out there too.
P.S.-Thanks for your comment...it was truly enjoyed.
Barb