Yeah, Susan, Doris ain't looking too thrilled to me either. ;)
Poor Doris! Maybe she should come live with me and Violet in East TN.
She is sweet! Is she a Tunis?
At least she's got all that wool to keep her warm. :-)
Haha! Great post. :) Hope Doris is happier tomorrow!
Hello farmgirl,I discover your blog, it's very interresting. I'm from belgium and i like the nature and the garden.
Kept thinking the next pic would be of her rolling in the snow. Laughed out loud when it never came.I love her quite indignation!
That was supposed to be "quiet", not quite.
Looks like a guard sheep to me. Don't mess with that ovine.
Doris gal - I'm with you on that! Snow bad - warm is good!
I'm sure snow is nothing new to her. Although to my puppy Emma it was a brand new world. She loves to eat (or rather toss, slide and lick) ice cubes so once she discovered that snow was basically a field of ice cubes, all hell broke loose! My porch and backyard had an interesting design for a while though... good times.
That is REALLY funny! She just looks thrilled to pieces--yeah right.Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage
I love these pictures, really!!!How is the weather now??
I'm with Doris... kinda puts a damper on one's plans for the day...how to nibble when the tasty bits are all covered up with white stuff! Better to go back home and nap.
Doris my girl, I feel your pain...about a foot of it in fact. Lookin good anyway ;-)
Doris just likes having her picture taken, whatever the weather.
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