It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the Teach's!!
On the first day that we had a snowfall, Betty's little doggie Molly decided she wanted to go out to investigate this new phenomena, so she talked her big bother, Ryan into taking her outside.
"Hey! What is all this white stuff?"
She wore her ruby colored leash and was quite intent on finding out where all the summer green grass and crunchy fall leaves had disappeared to!
On she walked, sniffing at every step!
On and down and on!
"Oh! What have we here? Do tell! It is a little patch of green grass and some tarnished red leaves."
"Oh!!! Let me sniff!"
"There is more grass in sight and some red and gold and brown leaves.
But why aren't the leaves crunchy? What fun are THEY with their dampness.
No sound there to amuse one!"
"Let us go on!"
"Now big brother Ryan, Quit your doddling!"
"That's great!! I am beginning see clear land!"
"I don't want to go in yet Ry!"
"Oh this is what Auntie Terry calls a picture of three seasons, the green grass of summer, the golden and red leaves of fall and that white stuff of winter.
I want only one season and that is spring and there is not a spring in sight! Nor a whiff of a sweet breeze!"
"Well come on Auntie.
You may as well take our picture now. There is no stopping you!"
"Now stand tall, look at the camera Ryan and smile!
This has been one useless trip.
I will go and wait in the house...wait patiently for spring!
And in the meantime I will try and climb that pretty green Christmas tree for amusement.
At least those skinny looking green leaves aren't wet and maybe I'll grab me one of those ruby red balls to play with!"