I cook, I sew, my beloved and I run our business from home. After more than 30 years of marriage, life is just about perfect. This is our corner of the world.
Cute! And perfect description! g
Love your groundhog.I just saw your comment on Louise's blog; We are also celebrating our 4th son's birthday on february 17th; he is 40 this year.Rita
My last St, Mycroft, was taught to hate the little buggers by my ex. Killed one with a snap of the neck. I admit I wasn't crazy about them They made enormous 'projects' by the barn and in the field... the field ones were the worst... couldn't have horses in the fields because they could hurt themselves in the blasted holes. One day Myc got in an epic battle with one... he barked –– the GH make horrible clicking noises. It went on for nearly an hour about 3' from a hole. Exhausted, Myc actually crashed out and fell asleep for 5 minutes ... the GH escaped. Then Myc woke with a start and couldn't figure out where the GH had gone... it was hysterical!!
Agreed. And as a dog with a ... "go to ground" pedigree, Gretchen thinks it's REALLY silly that there wasn't a JRT on hand to give chase. Hem. ;)
Never seen a ground-hog but it looks quite cute in the picture.It feels a bit like the Arctic here, I just knew this mild winter could not last!! Diane
I saw a picture yesterday that had a groundhog holding a sign that said "I'm a rodent NOT a meteorologist". He saw his shadow here but I don't believe in rodents.
We've had an easy winter here. It's actually sunny today too!
lol, love it!
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