Thursday, February 21, 2013

11 AM and Noon -- The Blizzard of Oz

 A good Samaritan gave Master a ride home so he didn't have to walk the whole way.

We were sure grateful! (Mrs. Master was praying and pacing and praying)

Here we are at 11 am.

It's noon now...but we decided a siesta was more important than a snow update.  There's just been too much excitement here today!


  1. My, stay warm and stay comfy and safe all of you. Have a terrific Thursday.
    Best wishes Molly

  2. Rest up and get back out there. That snow won't last forever!

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

  3. Ha rooooo! Isn't it great?!!? Glad Mr. Master got home. Must have been the praying. And pacing.
    I'm already making a really cool snow fort - do you and Ollie have one going?!?! And it's still coming down!!!!!
    Play bows,

  4. Oh the fun woo two will have?

    Or should I paw 'oh the fun woo four will have?'


  5. We sure hopes dat some of dat snow makes it to our house! Have fun but be very careful in it...'kay?

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae and Max

    PeeS Happy dat Master got home safe and sound :)

  6. Oh, poor Master!! I am so glads he gots home okay!! I didn't even know ya'll had a blizzard!! That is great news for you snow doggies, not so good for the peeps!
    Rest up, and go at it again!!

  7. Snow is the bestest. I'm so jealous of your snow fun

  8. So how much snow did you end up getting? And we are so glad someone gave Master a drive home. We walked in our snowstorm yesterday and My Vickie couldn't warm up all afternoon.


  9. Nora thank goodness Master arrived home safely. Moms are bad about pacing when their men are missing in snow storms.
    Hunker down sweetie and thank warm thoughts. It is nearly 60 here today we wish we could send you some warm air but instead we'll send you a warm hug from
    Madi and Mom

  10. So glad that the snow storm didn't eat your Mr. Master's car up.. that would not be a good thing... no trips for treats... but conversely there would be no trips to the dogtor, either.

    Hope you are digging out or (hopefully) melted away by now!

    Shelle, Milo, Dixie and Newby,