Last Saturday afternoon it started snowing and it snowed all afternoon and well into the night.
You may remember poor little Beauregard did NOT want to go out in the snow without his jacket.
Sunday morning when we got up we realized we’d had between 8 to 10 inches. The dogs didn’t care, they still wanted their walk so I threw on my snow pants and headed out.
Hubby was already outside blowing snow.
Good thing, because the car got stuck in all that deep, wet, snow that the plow deposits at the end of the driveway.
The dogs couldn’t wait to race through the snow, but I was slightly intimidated by the sight that met my eyes.
While we weren’t the first ones to explore the fresh snow, the going was still tough. I’d forgotten how hard it is walking through deep snow.
It took me twice as long to do one loop as it usually takes me to do two. I was sweating pretty good when I was done, but the dogs were loving it.
Thankfully many feet have been walking the trails this past week and the going is much easier.
Heart Like a Dog Lesson: Take time to do something fun, like play in the snow.
Are you a trailblazer? Or are you like me and prefer to have someone else do the work?