Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Wordless Wednesday














15 comments:

Mari said...

It's so nice to see the sun shining on that snow!

Mel's World said...

Poor puppy...he has to work really hard to find a "spot", doesn't he?

At least it is sunny in the picture, right?

Just Another Day In Paradise said...

This snow better quit soon or it's going to be taller than Millie.

Bonnie said...

Sweet little doggie ! His feet must be freezin' !!

~Just A Thought Ginger said...

Poor thing, I can't find my way around these days either with all the roads covered in snow.

Bring on summer...right???? Woohoo!

Dena said...

hahahahaha - yellow snow would have added great dimension to that picture!

Cherdecor said...

I like your black and white photo with a spot of color! Ha! Ha! Great Job!

Poor puppy! I bet she is cold!

Laura said...

Poor little Millie! At least she's got that super-thick fur coat!

nickernoodle said...

Nothing like feeling like a mole living in tunnels. Poor puppy.

Jennifer Partin said...

Terri,
That is a LOT of snow! Is that a record for you guys?

Anonymous said...

i still think she could be fluffier...
~guess who~

Kim said...

That looks all too familiar

LeslieW. said...

That is some serious snow! I can't believe you live somewhere cold and don't have a doggie sweater or coat! I can't do anything fun in Bailey's wardrobe because it's so warm here! You know they make tiny boots too!

david mcmahon said...

That's so different from our hot, dry, summer drought - but we're heading for autumn now, here in Australia.

Interesting image - and I really like the shadow across the snow.

Karen said...

That dog is just the cutest! We don't have any pets and our children were saying this morning that they wanted dogs- my daughter said she'd name hers Hannah and my son said he'd name his Rufur (a sort of mix between woofer and rufus I guess!) I said we could get a hamster in a couple of years but it didn't seem to have the same excitement about it. How's the snow situation for you all right now?