January 20, 2009


We woke up to our first real snow in three years.
Charlie loves it, just like he did as a puppy.


We're getting smiles where we can today.

Also, people in the South can NOT drive in snow. I was laughing with my husband that I took my driving test at 16 in more snow than we have today.

Posted by Sarah at January 20, 2009 11:40 AM | TrackBack

OMG. Charles is so adorable!!

We have an AFB very close the the house (as you know) and there are TONS of transplants from TX and such who, frankly, can't drive in rain, let alone snow. I laugh at them too...until they are careening toward my vehicle. LOL

Posted by: Guard Wife at January 20, 2009 11:44 AM

Yup, more evidence of Global Warming.

"We're getting smiles where we can today."

I hear ya', more puppy pics please, one ain't gonn'a do it for me. Maybe the one with the tee shirt from over the summer.

Posted by: tim at January 20, 2009 12:13 PM

I'm not sure if you've ever been there, but in Hawaii people get crazy when they have to drive in the RAIN! One day at work I was teasing my boss about how in Wisconsin people just plow through the snow and ice and in Hawaii people are afraid of driving in the rain. He said, "What? Is that slippery?" And he was serious...

Posted by: Kiki at January 20, 2009 01:12 PM

What a precious little grandpuppy I have. He looks so cute!
Love and kisses,
Your mama

Posted by: Nancy at January 20, 2009 01:46 PM

Oh, so adorable!!! Charlie reminds me a lot of the little terrier we had growing up - he'd always end up with snow all over his muzzle, too... SO playful!!! :-)

Posted by: kannie at January 20, 2009 08:38 PM

I only sort can drive in snow. I never drove when we lived in Germany, so I didn't get any experience there. I did live in NW AR for eight and a half winters, so I got some experience there, remembering what my dad always said. He's a good snow driver, but he should be after all those years in Germany. Here in Austin, we're more likely to get ice than snow, and that's an entirely different can of worms...

Posted by: Miss Ladybug at January 20, 2009 08:54 PM