MY Mom REALLY misses the green in winter so when ever we go to the park she is always on the lookout for a splash of it somewhere.
This time of year the only bit she finds is pine trees and the moss. Now as much as we HATE sitting for the flashy beast we kinda don't mind sitting on the moss as it soft and doesn't feel as cold on our butts as the ground.
I must admit I am surprised the Dweeb hasn't tried chomping on it though.....during summer he could barely walk past a single plant without taking a nibble on it. Mom says he was a grazing COW-spotdog! She was constantly worried he was going to poison himself but as we can plainly see he is still here.....as dweebish as ever. He didn't even make himself sick once and believe me - he tried EVERY plant he walked past.
We even went over and checked out our favorite Mossy Knoll. This is what it looked like in October. Mom said it was our own hidden little grotto.....and now in December.....well at least the moss is still there. Mom says she can't wait for spring to arrive. And yes - even though we love snow we are thankful not to have any :)
The moss looks pretty cool! Glad you still find some green in this time. We have plenty of it, may be we can send you some.ReplyDelete
I love grazing too! Mom always says I'm a vegetarian. What's a vegetarian? But I love meat, ham, cheese ...etc too.
Dweed. I hear dat leaves are a good source of fiber. Try dem…. they're good.ReplyDelete
Only green we have is the evergreen trees around our house and even they are covered with snow. Our whole world is white and we would like any other colour (Lady even misses brown when it is so white!)ReplyDelete
Lee and Phod
We just love those pictures, we also still have moss and greenery out at the lake but it is to cold and our mom is to lazy to take us out there.ReplyDelete
Wow it is your very own soft and comfy carpet curtesy of mother nature.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous Friday.
Best wishes Molly
We hear you! We JUST got a smattering of that white stuff, which doesn't happen here very often.ReplyDelete
Looks like you had such a fun walk! Beautiful photos :)ReplyDelete
I'm with your mom, eagerly waiting for Spring!ReplyDelete
We still have a lot of green where we live. Hope you find some grass in your quest.ReplyDelete
Dip Bridge and Elliot x
Tell your mum not to worry. We're missing the green here, too. DROUGHT again. Everything is brown.ReplyDelete
XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy
Your mossy knoll will have to do for now. Winter in CA is nutty cause we still have green in the coldReplyDelete
We KNOW how your mom feels about missing the GREEN right now.. BUTT THINK BACK..to yesterday' post about the Canada Geese... their POOPS are GREEN... You could take her to one of their areas.. and Point out the POOPS there. THAT would cheer her up a LOT, don't you think?ReplyDelete
Well you also gots a nice looking day for it, but get ready it's a coming, overcast and 26 degrees at 3:00pm!ReplyDelete
The Mad Scots
It IS nice to see green! We have snow on the ground, no green here!ReplyDelete
How quickly things change.ReplyDelete
You two do look very beautiful sitting on that green moss. But we do love our snow and are so excited that we might actually be getting some tomorrow night. We will try to keep it all here so you don't have worry about more snow:)ReplyDelete
Woos - Phantom, Ciara, and Lightning
Can I say you guys look so very handsome posin' there!!ReplyDelete
Okays, how in the worlds does Denny not gets the runs from eatin' all that greenery?! I eat one little bite of a leaf, and I gets the runs!
(that's why all of Ma's plants are in 'jail'!!hehehe)
Well, I'm glads you guys have some soft landings for your hinnies!
We have to agree that the moss is so soft but we also had to say that we love snow. It's just so much fun to play in!ReplyDelete
Love ya lots♥
Mitch and Molly
Thank goodness for moss in the winter! We can't wait for spring either.ReplyDelete
Our snow is all melting so now everything is just brown, yuck, so much prettier with the snow. Enjoy your green! Love DollyReplyDelete
Today was the winter solstice...so now we're on the way to spring! There is hope!!ReplyDelete