Monday, December 2, 2013

Snow what

Daisy here!

So the other day, I was pretty worrieds as you can see by my face here.


Mom & Dad got me all ready and we took a drive. But where were we going?


I had to keep an close eye out especially when Dad took a detour and stopped at the grocery store (I got to sit on Mom's lap while we waited! That was pretty exciting because they always make me sit in the back with my seat belt on.)

Then finally, we drove here:


Can you guess? It's the park! And it was about a million degrees below zero! Even though I have a very thick coat and my body was nice and warm, my little paws got cold on the snow so Mom picked me up and took me back to the road. Whew. Much better.


Mom says she wishes I'd wear little booties and I say, "Mom, you're a crazy lady. No way am I wearing booties."

But I would like a nice little sled. Santa? Are you listening?

7 comments:

harrispen said...

That looks like a great place to take a walk with nice wide walk ways. Maybe we could meet up and walk together sometime?

Millie & Walter

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Gosh- all that coldness- and your tail was still happy!
love
tweedles

Two French Bulldogs said...

And I don't see your coat!!! Child abuse, BOL
Lily

stellaroselong said...

A sled is a great suggestion or a nice little wagon, our mom was thinking about the booties thing also and we nixed that idea right from the start. If you give them an inch they will take a mile!
stella rose, margaret mae and angus mcconnell

Ellen Gawthorp said...

WOW ... that is a lot of snow!
We have our paws crossed that we don't get much this year!

Love Zoe, Peyton, Webster, Liberty & Whitney

Andrew Herbert said...

Daisy won't wear a coat.
or boots
or a hat.
She's like a too cool for the world teenager and a big goof at the same time. But she loves the park!

Southern Fried Pugs said...

We'll skip all that snow, thank you very much. Mom got us Pawz which are kind of like rubber gloves for the paws. We used them last year when we visited Nebraska because the crusty ice actually cut our delicate paws! We southern pugs are so not used to that!