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Saturday, April 26, 2014

Lindy got THIS wet today

This photo was taken before Christmas, and you can see by the hair on Lindy's tummy how wet she got from the snow.
Well, today, April 26, when it really should be Spring, we had more snow. It didn't stick to the roads, but it stuck to gravel and bushes and grass. So, when Lindy wanted to go out to the yard, she got wet again,  just as wet as she did in December.
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hosted by Lindy's friend Bozo and his family at their Pets Forever blog in Mumbai, India.
Lindy says, "I really did get wet today, Bozo, and I came into the house with snow all over my back, too. My mom tried to dry me with a towel, but I was hungry and wouldn't stand still. Then she put my dog-drying sweater on me. It was so cuddly and warm that I had to have a nap after my snack, and I woke up all nice and dry."
Note: although it caught Lindy's mom by surprise, today's mixed rain and snow wasn't at all unusual for this area. People who have always lived in Southern Alberta tell us snow can fall during any month of the year. Brrrr.

Photo by Richard Schear, December, 2013

7 comments:

magiceye said...

You sure are having fun Lindy!! Wish I could get out of this hot weather and come over to romp in the snow with you!!

Bozo

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Lindy sweetness that is just toooooo much - then again you did get to snuggle in the sweater. Compensations are always welcome &*<> Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

Lady Vicki said...

Oh poor Lindy, We are up in Dunoon with Auntie Yam, it is a wonderful warm sunny day here with an almost cloudless clear blue sky. Hope the snow does not stay for to long.

Kerry O'Connor said...

Hard to believe you are still feet deep in snow at the end of April. Coming from a place that has 4 months of Winter, I take my hat off to those who endure even a day more.

Fireblossom said...

As a mail person, I know that the wonderful thing about being out in awful, wet weather, is that you get to eventually come in and get warm, fed, and dry! You rock, Lindy!

Kay said...

I hope she wasn't too cold. She must love being outdoors.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

I love your Lindy!