Kristina still won’t write my blog, so here I am typing again. She clipped my nails this week, so it’s a little harder for me to hit the keys accurately. Good thing there is a delete key, and it’s bigger than the others.
So I’m celebrating. Today is my 4th year anniversary living with Kristina and Mathew. Can you believe how time flies? My friend Kermit the Frog says, “Time’s fun when you’re having flies.” I don’t really get it. Who wants flies?
So this week, I jumped of the back deck and look what I found. SNOW. The smells are incredible. I chased a deer and one rabbit, but they’re too fast for me.
The snow sticks to my fur and gets between my pads. All I have to do is sit and look pathetic. I hold up my paw and my owner picks the snow out of my pads for me. She’s so easy to train. I lower my nose and lift my big brown eyes at her, and Kristina does whatever I want. If any anyone needs help on training their owners, just let me know. Mine gets a gold star for her behaviour.
A couple more weeks of cold weather in Winnipeg and then I head south to start my cruising season. I’m glad I got the chance to see snow. I’d forgotten it existed.
Happy Snowball Chasing.
6 thoughts on “Farley’s Friday”
Gosh, that snow looks awfully cold. Just reminds us how much whee love our hot water bottles and central heated houses and hay stuffed cages!
Nibbles, Nutty, Buddy & Basil
It is cold, but I’m a wheaten terrier and I love the cold. Unfortunately my owners take me to the Bahamas for they winter. They like to be warm. Silly people. I love the winter.
I am a lucky dog! Today, I’m sleeping in. It’s Saturday.
Aren’t you cold out there in the snow? It’s a good thing you have such a fluffy coat. 🙂
You are so lucky to have such a thoughtful and attentive owner.
I am cold, but I love being cold. The only problem is is takes Kristina 20 minutes to melt the snow balls off my fur when we get back inside. It seems to tangle with my hair.