We are joining Arty
for this week's Nature Friday.
This has been a tough week for us to find anything interesting to post about. We looked and looked.
And then on Wednesday afternoon, it began to snow and overnight, rain fell and turned my barely-there snow to yuk.
Mom bought me a 30 foot lunge line to have fun with in the snow and it's been put away for too long so she said to me, "Molly, it's time for you to have some fun!"
And I had a blast in my hardly existent snow!
And we discovered that the Magnolia tree will have pretty blooms come spring~
And the Daylily leaves are popping their heads above ground.
Happy Friday, everybuddy!
Love ya lots♥
No matter the amount of snow, it still looks cold!!! Lovely to see the buds though... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
enjoy the snow and the lunge... we have them too... butt the mama furgot to wear gloves... that is a hysteric and historic moment when a lunge burns it's way through a hand LOLReplyDelete
Wow, you have buds and green shoots already! Those are beautiful already! Have fun outside in your little bit of snow. That lunge line looks perfect!ReplyDelete
Fresh snow always makes for fun!ReplyDelete
Oh Molly darlin' you and Mom did a great job today with Nature Friday.ReplyDelete
What fun with your lunge line. Maybe in a few weeks the Day Lilies will be putting on a show for us.
As long as you're in all the photographs then it doesn't matter what the weather is like.ReplyDelete
Have a woof woof day and weekend, Molly. My best to your peeps. ♥
Cool lead, Molly!!! And remember - hardly existent snow is better than no snow at all! We're supposed to get more tomorrow -- we'll try to send it your way next!ReplyDelete
It looks like you had a fun time playing in your yard and found some nice nature. We don't have anything getting ready to pop yet so it's nice to see you have some.ReplyDelete
Nature is so fantastic isn't it. I can't wait to see day lilies. Don't think I ever have.ReplyDelete
Mara from the Netherlands
Wow! You have some flowers coming up already? Ours won't show up until several more weeks.ReplyDelete
Hey Molly, good to see you out and about making the best of your barely there snow.ReplyDelete
We're looking forward so seeing that magnolia in full bloom in a future Nature Friday post.
We never have snow but you make it look like fun.ReplyDelete
Oh Molly, we bet you enjoyed that long lead time so much. And we are amazed that you have so many signs of Spring already.ReplyDelete
Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Looks like that's pawfect weather for a fabulous time outside!ReplyDelete
Sounds like maybe Spring will be blooming for you soon!!ReplyDelete
Rosy, Jakey & Arty
We're so glad you found some fun out there, and we are very jealous of your daylilies popping up! We feel like we'll never see flowers again. BOLReplyDelete
Jan & the crew at Wag 'n Woof Pets
Sure looks like you had a blast!ReplyDelete
Molly you could come and play in our snow - we got about 8 inches on Wednesday. but we are supposed to get rain next week so we will be a mucky mess tooReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
Dat snow looks like fun!ReplyDelete
Well we think you found lots of interesting things. To us snow even barely snow is interesting. Only the humans around here have seen it in person.ReplyDelete
So much nature happening.ReplyDelete
We were so sad to see The Snow Thief has taken almost all of our wonderful white...ReplyDelete
Khousin Emmy did enjoy sitting in the yard playing the role of Honorary Siberian Sponge - her Husky NAK would be so proud! And Holly enjoyed just sitting on the patio last night just...just!
Happy SUNday to all of woo!
NAK and The Blondes
Charlee: "We're sorry to hear that all the interesting things got buried under the snow this week!"ReplyDelete
Chaplin: "We bet that lots of interesting things were revealed when it melted, though."
Charlee: "Like your 30-foot lunge line and that tennis ball!"