The Season’s First Snowfall

I was certainly not ready for it, but the snow did arrive.

Hilda and Hazel seem completely untroubled by the snow.  Of course, it helps that I gave them hay this evening.

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I’m glad I can hibernate tonight.


Of course, tomorrow, I need to work on getting ready for winter since it seems to have arrived early.

Sharing with Skywatch Friday and Saturday’s Critters.

Looking at Tomorrow

Sometimes it seems like every time you watch the weather, it just gets worse.  This has been one of those weeks.  Last weekend they were saying we might get our first snow flurries of the season.



Now we are under a winter storm warning from tomorrow afternoon through Saturday morning.  Snowfall totals are supposed to be anywhere from three to seven inches.


I really am not ready for snow and cold.  I bet Llenny didn’t see this weather coming, or he wouldn’t look so happy.

Warm Heart Wednesday

I’m conflicted with the end of Alphabe-Thursday.  I just can’t give it up, but Jenny Matlock has given us a new, wonderful prompt for Wednesdays called Warm Heart Wednesday.  It’s to document the wonderful small things that happen each week.  This week, I have to share one of my animals (which starts with A).  Bob’s antics (another A word) always put a smile on my face.

Bob Cat

Bob Cat

Recently, he’s warmed more than my heart.  He’s decided to become my bed buddy.

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He’s pretty good at warming my feet, too.

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