It’s that problem you have when the day before the ground was solid mud but today it’s all snow covered and frozen.
When you are accustomed to being a glorious white but the mud has lingered and you are are hardly fit to be seen.
When all the puddles and ponds have frozen and all you have left is a water bowl.
And it’s just too small for a decent bath.
Why do they want to take a bath in such weather anyway?
They are geese! They always want to be in the water!
Not if they could freeze their toes off!
I don’t know how or when it happened, but I’ve suddenly realized that I was no longer getting notices for your blog posts. (I’m sure it’s not coincidence that my life has seemed to be missing a certain welcome spark lately.) So I’ve just signed up again, AND I’m both delighted and devastated to learn that you have a gorgeous book out…and I missed it. I’ve just ordered it from Amazon, and can’t wait to read it with my granddaughter.
Sorry about all the snow there. We had spring today here in Scotland. (Pretty much we only get the one day, so I was glad to be here for it this year.)
I’m glad you didn’t miss your Spring day in Scotland! I have also been missing, umm everyones, blog posts but am back on top of things again. Just read about your stoner dog, some dogs just can’t be trusted anywhere! 😀 Ihope you and your granddaughter enjoy the book! 🙂
Can’t wait to read the book! And all your wonderful blog posts.