Hi Lisa! Wow that sure is a lot of snow! And what beautiful dogs! I truly can't wait to see what you've been doing on my book. I just KNOW it's going to be magic!! Well, my next blog entry won't be until after xmas, so till then, have a very merry xmas!!
Lisa , what a beautifull photo of your dogs in snow landscape, I can see there really is lots of it.Wishing you a lovely evening, I`m off to bed now, (almost 12 o`clock)so till later.Hugs Dorthe
I love your picture - What kind of dogs do you have????It has all been pretty exhausting hasn't it?!! We still have not seen a plow down here in Stafford!!Keep Warm!!Love your new blog banner.Elizabeth
yep-- have been seeing the pictures on the news-- we had 15 inches last year about the same time--- so have to say I am glad it is you this time and not us :-)happy holidays
Wow...this is so cute !!!Your dogs look very happy in this snow...my cats never look so happy ;-))Wish you a great and wonderful christmas time !Warmes regardsMaide
A winter wonderland indeed! (I'ts sizzling here today) Your dogs look sweet tempered and gentle.
.....And I love your header!
looks beautiful though, and makes for great photo ops!
I must admit, they look a little subdued in the photo! Have been seeing the "weather" on the news. I love winter white photos as we see mostly rain here on the west coast. Thank you for sharing. Look forward to more in 2010! Happy Holidays Lisa..
What a great photo! I don't think I've EVER been in that much snow. We're still looking at Mr. Sunshine on the first day of winter! It may sound weird but sometimes I wish the sun would go away.....particulary on those terribly HOT days.Happy holidays to you, Lisa!Hugs, Diane
Love the new blog banner Lisa. Look at all the snow!!! I sooo love snow, but then I don't have the upkeep that comes with it! Melting here and living in the pool of course but I love that I can tune in to your side of the world and feel instantly cooler. There must be some way I can walk around with this in front of my eyes all day for an instant cooling effect. Pondering how... LOL! Hugs my friend enjoy your festive season celebrations!
Great shot, Lisa! A winter wonderland indeed! Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a wonderful Holiday and a Happy New Year.
wow, that is like our last winter, which was nearly two feet (we usually get 0 to 2 inches, max). this year? not a flake so far, but we have had seriously cold weather.i love your pups! omg, they are so precious! what kind of dogs are they?stay warm, lady. and omg, your new photo is GORGEOUS! you look 12... and i am envious. ;)
Hi Lisa, wow you have more snow than what we have! Wonderful dogs!I just want to wish you and your family a Wonderful Christmas!xoLiisa
Hey Lisa - the girls look great! Can you believe it has started snowing here in Texas?! I may have snow pix to post tomorrow - the dogs have been out playing in the wind and cold. Too nippy for me!
Brrrr!! So different to here in Australia. Certainly a white Christmas over there. Lovely post.
Aww look at the puppies in the snow!!! It looks like here in Alberta, a ton of snow!!!I love the look of the book you are working on, it looks so interesting and just like a secret journal or storybook, you might find hidden in a tree or a secret place!!!! Thank you for stopping by and leaving such a sweet comment!Hugs,Margaret B
You lucky gal! Beautiful picture!We have snow headed our way today and a big storm on New Years :)YipeeWishing you a wonderful day,Doreen
Hi Lisa - I thoroughly enjoyed trawling back through your blog posts. I just loved your "enraptured" piece as you know but to find other hidden treasures was just as exciting. I hadn't realised that you were friends with Elizabeth from Elizabeth Creates, nor that you were so close to Lyle! Huh! Small world...
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