Woods Country Cove

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Saturday, January 8, 2011

IN THE THICK OF IT !

We got hammered with snow last night, it was soo beautiful when it was snowing though at 10pm . The land is all covered with thick heavy snow all stuck to the trees , houses, fences you name it, its everywhere.Papa is out ploughing the driveway and of course ya know Miggy is out there with him running around like a crazy dog in the snow, I swear she has the Husky breed in her to love the snow like she does, she will ask to go out in it just to cool off cause she’s to hot in the house. Papa is sick again with another sinus infection poor guy. I just got over a two week cold and am feeling like another one is coming on.There seems to be a lot of rotten colds traveling  around this region this year ! We are taking Miggy in this morning to the vet, we call them the doggie DR  to her, ya ok  I know we are nuts with our fur babies, to get her yearly check up, she’s always been good and easy for them to do their examining , poking and prodding , I think its cause she know she gets treats while they are doing it, smart girl !  Any who, Till next time we hope you all have a great weekend .butterflies-1

             Every now and then I look at my summer photos  , keeps me getting through this winter and to know that the warmer weather is coming, just tuff it out a bit longer girl !

4 comments:

Patsy said...

Hope you want get sick like last time. That snow is so beautiful for a day or two. We my get a snow flake or two out of this storm that is moving down and across our state.
Stay warm

Faye Henry said...

Hi Elaine.. I guess we need to teach ourselves to love the snow since we live here, eh? LOL....
Take care...

Verde Farm said...

I’m like you-I need that hope of warmer, prettier times to come to get me through these cold winters. Great photo. Glad the Doggy Dr visit went well!

Heritage Farm Village said...

you are like me with your love of your fur babies. i am tired of the snow and the horses are too. poor things, no running and bucking in fields of green but last week they got out since the snow melted. stay warm! jill