Sunday, February 7, 2010

SNOW AGAIN??

This is Jeanne's car-- Virginia got hit again by the snow! Where is it all coming from??? Notice her license plate.
Her husbnd, Bill, dug a path through the snow for the dogs-- but by evening, you couldn't see it. We had a LOT of snow! We have had ENOUGH snow, thank you.
Here is part of Jeanne's back yard. She has a beautiful garden. She's going to have a tour in the spring to raise money for our foster Pekes. We'll be announcing it on the blog later.
This is her Harry Lauder Walking Stick Tree-- it's beautiful. The snow can be like a winter wonder land. But, I like to be warm, INSIDE..
This snowman was built during the last snow storm-- and he's almost covered up! I think he is begging for help! The bird is trying to find something to eat (don't worry, it's not a real bird). I love this picture! haha
And here's my house again-- we didn't get as much snow here this time. Jeanne had a LOT more than I did. I'm near the beach, so it protects us a little.
It's pretty-- I love the dusting effect on the bushes and trees. It's like a painting.
My husband took this picture of me in the study--I am at the desk, working on a state vet report for our club. It's tedious work-- but it has to be done. I finally had to just buckle down and do it! And it's done-- for another year. I'm keeping better records this year.
Here are some of the branches in my yard.
And Anna is all set, in her pink sweater with a doggy sweatshirt over it. Jeanne's vet donated the sweatshirt to our foster Pekes. And it's so cute on her! She's ready to brave the snow!
Did YOU get any snow??

6 comments:

lady jicky said...

No snow here Linda but ALOT of heat. Today is the anniversary of our very bad bushfire last year.
I will never forget that day - the heat was119f coupled with wind - I have never experienced such a hot day and I hope I never will . Like opening a hot oven Linda !
173 people died that day. 2173 properties were destroyed and another 1500 properties and businesses damaged .
We live a half hours drive from one of the worst hit towns.
Today was hot but not that hot.
I have seen your snow on our TV and now in your lovely photos.

pekiegirl said...

We got at least 18" if not more! I heard another storm is coming by Tuesday through Wednesday--enough already!! Had to dig a path along side of the house to under the back deck so the dogs could go potty somewhere.

Sylvia said...

Oh...I love little Anna:-)))We ended up with 30 inches of snow by the time it ended at 5:00PM yesterday. Craig spent well into the night snow blowing out our driveway and digging paths for Joshie, Jimmy and Ginger Snap. I am so happy that little Ginger was saved by the shelter and PVPC, so she wasn't out in this, since only a few days ago she was wandering the streets of Baltimore. Now everyone is happy and warm:-)

claudine hellmuth said...

lots of snow here in DC! Love Anna's sweatshirt. go Buckeyes!

Karin said...

Excellent pictures ~ even the snowman wants to hide! I think Virginia and East Coast areas are getting all the snow Michigan usually gets! We're not getting as much snow this year, but the amount we got in December & January is not melting. I'd rather just watch snow on TV like Malinda:)
A home tour is a great idea for a peke fundraiser!
You look mighty busy working on your vet reports, Linda:)
Gingersnap is the perfect name for the little red peke.

Berlin Deluxxe said...

It decided to snow when we weren't there, go figure! Oh I miss you and being a mommy to a Peke soooo much :(

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