Let it Snow!

Well…It snowed this week.  First snow of the season.  We got about 1.5-3 inches in my area.  But I love Kansas weather…Yesterday the low was 9.  Friday, the high is 50.

Really?  Make a decision Kansas!

Strider appreciated the snow.  He thought it was a good time to chase the squirrels!


He did not want to come in.  This is him telling me no.


And when I finally dragged him up the the porch, he tried very hard to get back out and play.


Too bad for him it’s all just about melted. (yay for me!)


A Short Dog in a Tall Winter

It sucks when you’ve got stubby little legs and there’s five inches of fresh snow on the ground!  Doesn’t make it very easy to got potty.

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I don’t think Strider was too happy with me.  I shoveled the sidewalk, but not the yard.  How dare I?

IMG_2954He managed, but I got the stink-eye.

Icy December Morning

There are some positives to working at a TV station that’s in the middle of a cornfield, 10 miles from town.  There’s even more when you are working there when the sun rises.  And when everything is covered in a half inch layer of ice, you get some lovely pictures.

Thank you Kansas…

Wow!  Two posts in as many days!  There’s a reason though…

I’ve reached 60 followers!!  Yay!  I know that’s not a whole ton, compared to some of the blogs that I follow, but for someone who is still fairly new at blogging…THANK YOU SIXTY AWESOME PEOPLE!

So, I will give you pictures…of a snow storm…on March 24th.

Thank you, Kansas…

Strider enjoyed playing in the snow this morning…

Strider Playing

Strider in Snow


Is it spring yet?  Oh…wait…Snow

And because it’s cute…A Random Fuzzy Duck-Rabbit Pen Thing!

Random Fuzzy Thing

Snowy…well, not really…

I would like to state, for the record…That is not snow.  It’s two inches of sleet.

Strider decided to try to run after some little critter.  On an ice covered yard.  The only thing funnier than a Corgi running is a Corgi trying to run on ice.  He made it…eventually.

Barking Corgi


He was so proud of himself.

Proud Corgi