Annie's Day Journal
Oh, what a beautiful scene! Having lived many years in snow country I an appreciate how this time of year we longed for Spring to arrive. Your dog looks like such a good strong friend to hug says this dog lover who hasn't had one for many years.
through blogging i knew lot about such area that get heavy snow while we have unbearable sunshine here in Asia [Pakistan].wishing you a pleasant mild weather friend.your pet is lovely!
Thank you baili for your comment. You have a lovely blog, nice to hear from someone so far away. You live in a very different kind of place from me! It is supposed to be spring here but we have a blanket of snow everywhere and the daytime temperatures are around 0 C.
Thank you joared, that is how it is. In my mind I know that the snow can last well into April but my heart just does not want to accept that. Hapi is a good friend, she's affectionate but independent-minded too.
I'm with you. I've never been so exhausted from winter. Ennui has set in. Majorly.Gosh I love Hapi. COWWW
I'd feel the same way about the snow. I just read Anchorage was hit by record snowfall. I hope it doesn't turn on us as everything is beginning to bud out. This is spring, Mother Nature! get it! Spring!
WWW, Newfoundland is certainly getting its fair share of winter this year! I feel ya (as they say)! And Hapi is definitely a sweetheart. To think I got her because my son thought she was too 'needy'. Right, aren't we all.Rain, unfortunately Nova Scotia spring is defined by ice, snow and mud. And we have yet more of the white stuff in the forecast, I am so tired of looking out the window at great expanses of white...
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