Wednesday, January 21, 2009

the critters in winter


Have I mentioned lately that it's COLD outside?  The 'outdoor' dogs have managed to wheedle themselves into the mudroom by looking pathetic and sad and generally tugging at my heartstrings with their 'sad puppy ' eyes.  The little schemers.


  

I must say, though, they do seem to enjoy soaking up every last bit of heat.

The cats just generally loll about, and do not even entertain the remotest thought of braving the outdoors.




And when that gets boring, they break into song.  Opera, mostly.




I haven't posted any photos of the horses lately, so here you go.





Just kidding, that's a little bronze Victorian statue.  Quite fetching, no?


Here's Sadie, chowing down.

There's been a lot of chowing down going on around here (by animals and humans alike).  It is patently obvious that I have officially entered the first phase of cabin fever.  You know, the silly phase. This can last quite a while. 

Please send chocolate.

9 comments:

natasha the exile on Mom Street said...

Your critters are so cute.

The 2 year old boy child is the one with cabin fever around here. And an ear infection.

A truly lovely combination.

Sarah S. said...

We have the same thing going on here!

Chocolate is the only way!

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Chocolate is on it's way.

Yes it is a grape hyacinth, that was the view, from Bootsies level, last year on my deck. There was a primula obconica, a beautiful fresh white, and those lovely muscari. Ah spring......

Jen

P said...

I WANT TO COME OVER AND PLAY WITH ALL THE ANIMALS!

I can haz plane ticket?

Tami said...

A set of content critters.

Dysd Housewife said...

Send chocolate? Not on your life. Any chocolate I see is going straight in the piehole. LOL

PS I KNOW about the sillies. we had a big storm over Christmas, and Christmas break. My kids have never been so happy to GO to school in their lives!

LadyFi said...

Hilarious - the cats singing opera! And your dogs are just too cute too!

texasdaisey said...

Love alll your critters. I have a few myself.
Debbie

Pony Girl said...

Great pictures...looks like a peaceful and calm winter!