Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Snow

 This is what we woke up to this morning. Click for a better look.

 Oh no mama...more snow!  What is blocking my door?

 Mama...my umbrella broked.

 And somebody dumped that white stuff all over my garden.

 I know it is going to fall off those trees right onto my head.

 Can you fix this for me?  I need my umbrella, it makes a dry spot for me.

 Don't worry Teddy, mama will fix it.

 The snow was too heavy and made it fall down.

 Then I will shovel paths for you.

A winter wonderland.

21 comments:

thecottagebythecranelaketwo said...

Even I have to admit that it looks beautiful in photographs. But I'm sure glad that it's You that got it and not I :-) :-) :-)

Have a great day!
Christer.

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

Now I know you and Teddy do live in Narnia.xx

Moncha Eilis said...

Life is hard for Teddy at the moment. Hardly over the pond incident and now all that white stuff, oh boy I will be thinking of you Teddy !!!

Carl Belken said...

Certainly do think Teddy is as snow weary as so many folks. Once spring is finally sprung, just know she will be such a happy puppy.

Had to smile at your comment on shoveling out paths for her. We do the same, for the little doxy girl of ours. Talk about labors of love, that are so genuinely appreciated. Despite sore muscles, freezing feet and hands, they are sooo worth it.

Gracie

TARYTERRE said...

Yours is prettier than ours Teddy.

The Happy Whisk said...

What a great plot of land you have. Question to you. Why do you have comment moderation on? Do you get lots of spam? I am only curious, because I see more and more bloggers going this route.

None of my business, just curious.

At any rate, great photos.

Patty Woodland said...

Looks like you got a dump of it. We did too.

The Happy Whisk said...

Just got your other message.

Testing number two.

The Happy Whisk said...

Yeppers. It's working good now.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

We have a couple of big umbrellas like that on our deck in the summer. We keep them weighted down with cinder blocks. Yeah, kinda trailer park-ish, I know, but better safe than sorry.

MandaBurms said...

Very very beautiful - but cold I bet.
Love Leanne

Robin Larkspur said...

I know you must love the snow, even though Teddy feels like the rest of us!!
Looks pretty though, except for Teddy's "broked" umbrella.

Nellie said...

We had a bit of snow here today, but nothing major. Just enough to look pretty and cause no problems, but more than we have had here at our place all season. Teddy knows you will make everything right for her.

Jan said...

Very lovely for you, I know...sorry, Teddy :)

edenhills said...

It's so pretty though!

greekwitch said...

Poor Teddy! I feel her pain, i can't wait for Spring to come but i know this never gets old to you! It really looks magical, though!

the wild magnolia said...

i know you love the snow, so you are happy, for all but the broken things.

Teddy is too cute moving about in her very own world.

so happy you shared.

Ozlem's Turkish Table said...

Oh my goodness; you sure are snowed under!! looks so amazing from this end, though I hope you are coping well, take care - and feel for poor Teddy!! x Ozlem

Auntie sezzzzzz... said...

Yes Ma'am! A winter wonderland!

NOT to Teddy though... -grumble-grumble-grumble- ,-)

OK, the last pic, it was out a 2nd story window yes? Not from climbing out on the porch roof!!!!!?????!!!!! Correct????????????????????? ,-)

Don't laugh too loudly. I once had a Net friend, climb out of a 2nd story window, during a snow storm to go out and fix the tv dish. LOL!

Barb said...

Very pretty! Although , wet snow can be a pain. We had to cut back some of our shrubs as they broke in our only snow which was very wet!

luckybunny said...

It sure looks pretty! Love this kind of heavy snow because it sticks to things :)