02 February 2008

My Winter Wonderland

Welcome to our apartment building!

This is our photographer, Roger aka my husband.

This is our living room window from which I survey the kingdom below from my recliner.

And this is Ness blessing the Snow GodsGoddesses for my snow.

This is the Dachsie Doggie Snow Route Trail. Notice how it hugs the building? Dachsies don't do snow.

Assuming the snow angel position

Getting feisty with the photographer!

Hey, it's the best I could do without a snowshovel but at least my neighbors can see the edge of the step when the trip! Just sayin'.

Can I just tell you that the quality of this snow was light and fluffy and NOT of the snowman building variety. But still, it was snow, and I let 'er fly!

Thanks for joining me on my Kodak moment.

Life lesson here...appreciate what you have right now for you may never have it again in your lifetime.


Roxie, Sammy and Andy said...

Love the pics! *Almost* makes us want to see snow but, you are right, we dachsies don't do snow very well. That cold stuff gets into places we don't want to discuss!

Roxie, Sammy &Andy

Wonderful World of Weiners said...

You completly crack me up!! You look like a little kid!! Of course, I think you're crazy for playing in that evil white stuff but your playfulness makes me smile!

Roger is a very handsome man!

And the doxie trail!! How precious!!

I missed you! Glad I'm back!


Catty Ax Lady said...

The Doxie trail takes the adorable!!

Got your message on my blog. First off, thank you so much for being so happy for me!! I'm excited, and I'm excited you're excited! I don't have any patterns. I do have a sewing machine that was given to me, but I really don't know how to use it, as there were no instructions. I remember sewing with my mom when I was little, but that was...awhile ago.

Didn't you tell me you were going to have a post some Thursdays back on your quilts? I looked back, thinking I'd missed it, and didn't see anything. Did I miss it? I can't wait for tomorrow's post!

You look like you're having so much fun in the snow! Roger's such a cool guy to take pictures of ya for us. Our snow was perfect for snowmen...weird how it's so different in such a short distance.

Steph said...


The pictures are wonderful. Of course, for this southern girl I'm more than happy to see the white stuff in pictures and not first hand. I'm moving as far north as I've ever lived and that is Cartersville, GA. I don't do cold weather.


Pioneering in PA said...

Keep. The. White. Stuff. Please. From one girlfriend to another, I've seen enough of it. White in all forms. I'm impatient for spring.