Not So Muddy Monday

You know, it rains here a LOT and last week we had this white rain coming down. Mom said it was snow, but we didn’t have very much. At least this time it covered the ground–for a while. Anyhow, I figured the best approach was to eat it.

It’s been VERY cold since then, but today we took a walk around the neighborhood and saw these big snow balls leaning against a fire hydrant–was this a snowman? Toby and I had to do a lot of sniffing–maybe there was a treat inside! Further along, we saw signs of spring. These pretty little jonquils were very brave to be out here in the cold, that’s for sure!

Then, would you believe it? We saw ANOTHER snowman! Wow, this was really something. There were some pretty interesting sniffs around this one. I think some of my friends have been here! It took so long to read all that pee-mail that we thought maybe we were going to turn into a snowman!

When we got home, we saw these pretty little dwarf irises that Mom planted last fall. Mom said they were so pretty that she was going to plant more!It was a pretty nice walk!! A little bit of winter; a little bit of spring. But, no mud…….

22 thoughts on “Not So Muddy Monday

  1. Wow…those were pretty impressive snowmen. I’m surprised they weren’t yellow-tinted after all those sniffs. 😀

    The dward irises are gorgeous. I’m anxious to start seeing signs of spring with our plants!


  2. Those dwarf irises are so pretty – Mom loves them.

    We sadly have no snow left, but we sure do have lots and lots of mud. Ciara likes to eat snow too.

    Happy Monday.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara


  3. HI Sage,
    We don’t have any snow thank the Lord!! But we do have lots of signs of Spring!!! Come to me blog and see them!
    xx, Bambi & Fern


  4. I went for a walk yesterday, and also walked by that first snowman you saw. Only, when I got there, his head had fallen off! What a sight that was. I enjoyed reading your pee-mail. 🙂

    BTW, my Mom is jealous of your Mom’s irises.


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