Saturday, February 05, 2011

Snow Bunnies


From Texas to Connecticut many of us have been hit with an over abundance of a winter snow. I may be the only person that has appreciated the timing of these blizzards. Since closing the store I have enjoyed staying home, hibernating and resting while the city has been immobile. Although I will admit 48 hours into it I became a little antsy. I concluded home is a great place to be when you can GO to it, not when you have to STAY there!


My little Pearl is a bit confused by our new schedule. She is not much of a homebody and always looked forward to leaving the house everyday to go to the store. Having 12" of snow outside doesn't help either. Not only does she get lost in it, she can't figure out where to do her business! It's only during these snow days do I admire the bigger dogs who love it. This lead me to finding some great images of dogs in winter. Enjoy.

The image above is the best I can get from Pearl in the snow!

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31 comments:

  1. Awwwww cute....My cat doesn't go out but doesn't like the "white out" in her viewing area.

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  2. Love the dogs, I have a 13 inch beagle and she also is havin trouble finding a good spot. Thanks, Richard at www.myoldhistorichouse.blogspot.com

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  3. I can relate to being snow bound.
    Love all the photos! Relax!!
    xx Liz

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  4. So cute Debbie!
    What a bunch of fluffy furry fellows!
    Love the snow dog pic!
    Hope you are warm, my mother in lsaw is in Leavenworth, so I know you too are covered in the white stuff!
    Stay warm,
    L.

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  5. Love the pics,we have two Bichons and when we have snow my hubs shovels paths in the yard for them,if he didn't they would be drowning in the snow...that is if we could get them to venture out! They hate bad weather.

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  6. Pearl is just a smart dog. She knows better than to go out and play in it. I've had a time with my dachshunds...they don't like it either. Except my Violet who is longhair. She likes to walk in the snow. I posted photos of her the other day with her snow mustache.

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  7. These photos are too cute! I'm glad your finding some relaxation time even if it is in the form of being stranded in your home with cabin fever haha! I'm in the same boat...getting a little stir crazy and ready for Spring! Thanks for sharing these adorable photos! ~Destiny

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  8. These are just too darn cute!!! You are right the big dogs really know how to enjoy the snow days ~ Thank you for this post ~ brought me a huge smile :)

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  9. Oh, bravo, that was pure delight! and on these cold evenings, it brings a needed smile.

    Lisa

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  10. Adorable!! Love the pictures of the snow dogs & of course Pearl, too! Thanks for making me smile!
    Leigh

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  11. Any opportunity to see little Miss Pearl is appreciated. She is sooo precious. I can't say I blame her one little bit about venturing out into the land of cold white stuff. I'm so happy you don't have to be getting out in this mess unless you want to!

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  12. My little 11lbs. yorkiepoo (Gus) can't stand the snow while my big 70lb goldendoodle hops through the snow like a bunny! :-) Makes me laugh every time.

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  13. oh my goodness...I could look at these all day!!!! Thank you for putting the smile on my face this morning.

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  14. How cute, love the dog pics!
    Carol in snowy Georgia

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  15. so fun I wish I could take mine in the snow...funny to see what they would do

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  16. Pearl is a darling...I have a Charlie that looks similar. He is a Maltese
    I am taking your class in Lawrence in May. Looking forward to a fun time.
    Sharon

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  17. Sharon, Karla is one heck of a hostess, I know it will be a blast. More on my project to come!

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  18. Debbie,
    I was so honored to be in a picture with you from the Creative Connection, in the last issue of Where Women Create! Sharon commented on your classes to come? Can you tell us what classes you are teaching and the location? I'm sure any class you give would be a fantastic experience!
    Love those pictures of the dogs!
    Blessings,Becky R
    sorry...I could only get my comment on as anonymous?
    burlapandrust@yahoo.com

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  19. I am doing a class for my friend Karla Nathan, May 1. I will write about it as soon as I have my sample to show (this week hopefully!). Please sign up!

    http://karlascottage.typepad.com/bird_song/

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  20. I'm guessing that Pearl is dodging the puddles and mud from all the melting snow? Unlike mine who have found each and every wet muddy spot in the yard.

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  21. What kind of dog is Pearl? We have a Havanese, Bella Pearl, that looks just like that. Adorable!

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  22. Pearl is a Bichon which IS from the Havanese family!!

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