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Snow & muddy paws

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Today is another snowy day. We have about 8 inches on the ground right now and it is still coming down. It is beautiful - but I'm enjoying it from the warmth of our great room and another awesome fire my DH built. The dogs are driving me a little crazy as they really enjoy being out in it - oh for maybe 15 minutes and then they want back in with their wet, muddy paws. Then as soon as they dry off, they want to repeat the adventure. Oh well, the floors clean easy enough. And that will be exercise for me!

Have a great day whatever the weather where you are!

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    I wish I was there... I just adore snow! But I'll leave the muddy paws to you... LOL

    Go Cats!

    3461 days ago
    It was 74 here in my part of Florida.... Wonderful day...wish I could send some your way emoticon emoticon emoticon
    3461 days ago
    I enjoy the snow--when I'm cozy and warm inside, LOL! Sometimes our pets think it's a game: let's go outside, no let's go inside, no outside again. Enjoy your nice warm fire!
    3461 days ago
  • CANDOK1260
    Well we in Cleveland as a saying if you don;t like the weather wait 5 min. it will get worst .well this morining it was sunny no snow snow and the ground and a little nippy now it snow cover and very breeze and the predicting skeet and rin un rthew morining with snow ion the afternoon.
    3461 days ago
    What a great day to hunker down inside with DH and a fire. As for wet dogs and mess floors...that doesn't sound like fun. emoticon
    3461 days ago
  • SUNNY332
    My oh my - I want to be wherever the photo on your page was taken.

    Calgon - take us away.

    3461 days ago
  • SHERYLP461
    I am so happy I am here in sunny Florida, I am getting ready to head to the beach for a long walk with my daughter. Don't freeze, I will be thinking of you!
    3462 days ago
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