Friday, November 5, 2021

Nature Friday

 We are joining Arty today for Nature Friday.

It's been frosty here for the past three mornings~

Mom says that the autumn leaves are just as pretty as any flower~
The colder temps feel so nice on my shorter furs and just to let you all know - yes, I am back to walkies!   My foot is one hundred percent better☺
Yesterday, mom was looking out the window and she spotted a female pheasant and not far behind her, was the gorgeous male.   They were eating the ornamental cherries that were all over the ground and mom didn't want to take their picture and scare them away.   What a treat to see them both!
We are just loving this beautiful weather!

Happy Friday, everybuddy!

Love ya lots♥

Molly


21 comments:

  1. You can have the frosty air! I am a wuss; I have no fur!! But boy oh boy would I live to see a pheasant!!! It's been years.

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  2. We've had frosty mornings and cool days too and just love it. The leaves are really starting to fall and we are hoping Mom might rake some of them up into a pile for us to play in this weekend.

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  3. Molly guess what we awoke to 35 degrees here in Dixie. Brrrrr but now the sun is out and the birds are singing. Red fall leaves are absolutely my favorite...of course you are my most favorite
    Hugs cecilia

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  4. We're so glad to hear you are back to taking your walks again. There sure are lots of beautiful things to see on your walk.

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  5. Hari OM
    Cool and crisp and even... Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  6. It's good to see you out and about. I always enjoy joining you on your nature walks.

    Have a woof woof day and weekend, Miss Molly. My best to your mom. ♥

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  7. Molly, your leaves are indeed so pretty, but best of all is the news that your foot is 100% better now. Hooray!
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  8. Yes frosty here too. We loved your walk and the leaves are so pretty. Ours are almost off the trees in our garden but the big trees are still holding on to theirs! So glad that your paw is so much better and you are able to go for a walk again. Have a wonderful weekend. Hugs & Love, Susie & Treacle xx

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  9. We've not had frost yet but I'm not sure frosty paws are fun, unless it's the treat!

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  10. We totally agree that the leaves this time of year are as definitely as pretty as any flower!!! What a beautiful walk, Molly, and our Mama says sometimes the memory of special nature moments, like the one she had with the pheasants, are just as good as a photo!
    Have a beautiful weekend!
    xoxo,
    Arty and the Gang

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  11. I am glad you are back to walking. You are right, this can be a pretty time of year.

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  12. Not much to say, 'cept how envious we are of your beautiful autumn colors ... (and Molly, happy paws again)

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  13. Happy Friday, Molly. Hope you enjoyed your walk.

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  14. There was frost last night here too. The trees are finally getting some color. We know there are pheasants around here, but haven't seen one in ages. You're lucky to have seen some!

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  15. I agree with your mom! Autumn leaves are so so pretty!

    Pinot xo

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  16. Lulu: "Hooray for the walkies being on again! I know how you must have missed them!"

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  17. We are having some nice weather too, but it's frosty out in the mornings.

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  18. Hi friend, Ojo here! Hurray for walkies and your foot being better! Yay! It's very pretty this time of year here too. Also we have so many good smells in the cooler, wetter air. I hope you found many pawesome smells too!

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  19. I am so glad that your paw is all better! I've never seen a pheasant. Lucky you!!!!!!

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  20. Mollie! Cinnamon wants to know, Did you get to bark at the pheasant!?!? She LOVES barking at the birds on the walks. It bugs Mom but she does not care. We love the fall photos and it is Mom's favorite season too!> All the leaves are gone here, even almost all the larch needles have been blown off. We have had some incredible wind storms and all the colors have blown east.

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  21. Mom used to call the pheasants that were behind her house Phineas and Phiona ;-)

    They are magnificent!

    H&K&W.
    Willow

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