It occurred to me yesterday that I haven’t posted any images of the puppies in a while. So, I had planned to provide pictures of their cute, furry faces with a big long story was about how great they are, how much I love them, and how I love to cuddle with them when we take naps.
But then, I called them inside for a quick photo shoot and my mastiff tracked mud all throughout the house, jumped on the couch, and tried to eat the pug. The pug attempted to fight back and melee ensued.
So, while I still love them, I definitely don’t like them anymore and will not be singing they’re praises.
Here’s a few shots of the mischievous mutts post-rumble…. you may think they look like angels but know that there are little devils behind those sweet eyes.
One looks happy, the other has attitude.
Happy Tuesday, folks! Hope you have a terrific day!
Well, it’s here!
The first snow of the season has arrived and it showed up in full force. Our neighborhood is a winter wonderland of white….and fallen down trees. For those not familiar with fall in Colorado, we have a gorgeous fall with red, yellow and orange trees full of leaves but we always, always, always get a huge snowfall before the leaves have dropped. The result – tree limbs snapping under the weight of our white, powdery, Colorado precipitation.
This morning, as I dragged broken aspen and twisted willow branches around my backyard into a pile, I let the dogs out to explore the new chilly terrain. I couldn’t resist sharing some photos with you because these two pups had me cracking up. Simcoe, the English Mastiff, (about 10 months old) LOVED the snow. Barley, the Pug, (almost 6 years) was not as impressed.
Not sure at first if this is okay.
Could he BE any cuter?
Crazy Snow Dog.
Hiding out under the deck (and our now-frozen tomato plants) where it’s dry. Silly pug.
Just a side note – I may or may not be listening to Christmas music while I type this. The holidays are just around the corner! Bah!
Hope wherever you are, you’re staying warm! Happy Snow Day from Colorado!