Sunday, April 7, 2019

Sunday Snow

Do you see what I see!  Snow up ahead!
 It's not snow after all.   The farmer's have been working.   I wonder what's planted underneath the plastic?   We will find out soon enough!
Happy a sensational Sunday☺


Love ya lots♥
Molly

15 comments:

My Mind's Eye said...

Whew Molly thank goodness that is not snow. I look forward to seeing what is hiding under the cover. You my sweet friend look lovely today
Hugs Cecilia

Pinot and Angel Momo said...

Keep us posted, Molly!! So interesting to know what's in there!!

Pinot xo

C.L.W.STEP said...

Good grief! We thought that first picture was snow too! I think we're past the worst of it here in WNY.

Sue said...

Maybe they're growing milkbones. Yum! Let us know if they are and we'll we on the next train.

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

It does look like snow...had us scared for a minute.

Granthamlynn said...

Taking a breather from planting and came over to visit. I am glad that was not snow! We like your pretty purple harness.
Have a good day. Back to planting.

Millie and Walter said...

We had a great day helping our dad with some spring cleaning yard work. It was a wonderful, warm day.

KB said...

I hope that they're growing dog treats, just for you! Meanwhile, we have snow in the forecast :(...

Happy Sunday!

Kinley Westie said...

I hope it are somefin yummy!

Ruby said...

Oh, it's gotta be something tasty!!!!!!
Kisses,
Ruby ♥

Helen said...

Wow, planting already. We have freezing rain today and snow coming tomorrow. Too cold yet for planting.

jank1961 said...

Yay! We'd rather see things planted, than more snow! :)

Jan & the crew at Wag 'n Woof Pets

M. K. Clinton said...

There is snow coming to the northern states according to Paisley! BRRR!! I wonder why the farmer put plastic over his crops? Is that how the seeds germinate or is it to protect from frost? Hmmmm...

Ojo said...

Hi hi hi! Ojo here! Happy Sunday! I hope your snow is done soon so the things can grow!

Susie Q said...

Are no more snow but at least that will mean better weather and perhaps what the farmer is growing will be yummy to eat. Hugs, Susie & Treacle xx