Too cold for tennis!

It snowed during the night and my yard was covered when I woke up.

I stayed out there whilst the tall person drank his coffee and De helped the little person to get ready for school. I like the snow.

When it was time for the little person to meet the school bus I sat on the veranda to say goodbye.

See you at 6.00 o’clock little person!

You may not be able to see me in this picture as I am wearing my urban winter camouflage!

In the background you can see the big tree that the tall person uses to navigate his way around the neighborhood.

It was so cold that water froze! The tall person took a photograph of this perfect row of icicles hanging from a neighbor’s roof .

Hmm, I think that is a warning to all animals prone to dribbling.

I shall try not to dribble or I will have icicles hanging from my mouth!

It was obviously too cold for games.

On our walk we saw this racquet sheltering from the snow behind a withered bush.

Find somewhere warmer little racquet. Someone will play with you in the Spring!

17 thoughts on “Too cold for tennis!

  1. Oh, sweet Bassa what a sweetheart you are….we love your blog too and we thank you so much for the award. We are having a very busy time right now but we will post the award as soon as we can get back to blogging.

    You have snow, huh? It has not been real cold here yet it has been in the 30’s at night and 40’s during the day. Stay warm on your walks. We will be back to visit you soon. Thank you again for the wonderful award. Big hugs and nose kisses

  2. Hi Bassa!
    So pretty! We may be joining you soon! Sunday it is supposed to snow and very cold next week so here we go too! That poor racquet! So cold and lonely looking! Did you get our e-card for Thanksgiving in your email? You did very well with your camoflage 🙂 The Collie are looking forward to sdnow for they love cold weather and snow! Hope you are having a wonderful day!

    God Bless You!
    Chuck and the Collies 🙂

  3. Brrrrrrr!!! must be freezing! I love snow, too but I don’t like the coldness, contradiction, isn’t it? So funny to hear that the icicles are a warning to all animals prone to dribbling!!! * giggles* 🙂

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