Post 984: OK! OK! So we had the White Christmas, now go away!!

It snowed over night. In fact, it’s spitting a bit of snow even as I type.Dougy’s happy about it. Andy and I would just as soon it not snow.

Snow at the front door. As usual, it blocks my exit.

Snow at the front door. As usual, it blocks my exit.

 

Dougy's right there, sniffing and tasting the white stuff. I have to close the door quickly to keep him from following his nose!

Dougy’s right there, sniffing and tasting the white stuff.
I have to close the door quickly to keep him from following his nose!

 

>nom! nom! nom!<

> nom! Β nom! Β nom! <

Andy and I don’t get Dougy’s enthusiasm for snow. He surely understands it is just water in another form!

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62 thoughts on “Post 984: OK! OK! So we had the White Christmas, now go away!!

    • I enjoyed the photos of your Christmas family dinner, Michel! The flaming Christmas pudding is something my Scottish grandmother might make, and I confess I feel a bit of sadness thinking about family meals when she was still alive. Her specialty: homemade egg noodles with chicken and lemon meringue pie for dessert.

  1. Wow! So much snow there πŸ™‚ In here, they say last day of the year snow would be snowing… πŸ™‚ Thank you, it is nice and good to be indoor lovely cats πŸ™‚ Love, nia

  2. We had about an inch of snow in Ballarat 15 years ago. It was fun an it lasted until just after lunch time. But I guess you don’t have too many bushfires in the summer time.

    • We do get prairie fires from lightning strikes (mostly), and they are scary things because of the speed with which they charge across the land. I don’t think we have anything that compares with what you experience in Australia, though the brush fires in California each year may be as bad.

  3. I knew there was a reason I really liked Dougy….he seems to be more like me….a fun guy! Mom planted a clematis at the side of the porch and this stopped the snow from rolling up and onto our door. Granted the clematis is very happy and a great big guy. hehe
    Happy Boxing Day my friend.

      • Ours just took off….obviously very happy. Ask the nursery which clematis is best suited for your area and make sure you get somewhere near where the wind blows. I have always wanted to be clever enough to clip some clematis off and start my own. *sigh* The only thing I have managed to do that to is an African Violet.

  4. Tasty snow! Sorry it is blocking your door, though. That isn’t fun. How many feet do you normally get in a season?

    Still no snow, although it is a frosty 24 degrees here this morning at daybreak.

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