Haha! Not here...we could swim in this rain.Not that I'm complaining!I'd actually like to experience some winter around here.
Cute!Patty @ findingserendipity.com
That is hilarious, we have currently got -6c daily temperatures, and are expecting the worse with bad winds of -45c coming from Russia. he he he, that has made me chuckle !!!!!
cute. they may be having 6 more weeks of winter up there but spring sprung out here while we were gone.
ROTFL!! Oh dang (catching my breath) I had forgotten about Pig II!! Love the pics with the sunglasses, guess you get six more weeks of "winter!"
Not here and I will take it. Only have had to break out the snow blower once, so far, this year.
Where's the bikini? Our local GH saw NO SHADOW...:)JP
Just like Jimmy Buffet says ... "It's 5 o'clock somewhere" so I guess there will be 6 more weeks of winter "somewhere" LOL.
Hilarity! LOVE IT!
Zabawne zdjęcia :-). U nas mu nie były potrzebne okulary przeciwsłoneczne. Bardziej by mu się przydało kolejne futerko, bo jest spory mróz -18 stopni. Pozdrawiam *** Funny pictures :-). With us it was not needed sunglasses. More imparted to him the next coat, because it is large frost -18 degrees. Yours
Oh my, I think someone needs to get out from the ranch more often. (;^))
Considering we're having a lot of sunshine for a few days, I guess it means winter will return with a vengeance!! I love your friend -- and her sunglasses!Sylvia
Thanks for the giggles . . . with our winter . . . all predictions are out the window. So far we haven't used our snow blower . . . A year ago today we were receiving over a foot of snow to add to the many inches we already had on the ground. Today . . . ZIP snow and 50 degrees.
tooo funny Theresa!!!
No shadows here this morning. NC uses the woolly bear worm to predict the winter. It's been wrong all winter, so far. If I'm going to go with a critter, I'll pick Chattanooga Chuck. He didn't see his shadow. Of course, our early Spring started right after Fall. ;)
He was so cute! Sunbathing... sandie
OH MY HOW CUTE!I almost fell out of my chair at first. You got your collection of stuffed animals out. I think you are pretty clever. But will your dogs go after this one is the question?I can't figure out the weather. Seems like early spring here. Ho hum.Jane
We really haven't had much winter yet in my part of south Texas!Blessings,Lorilee
Ha!what a tease!
...so THAT's a ground-hog!
LOL! The sun was bright here also, but starting to cloud up. Much needed rain is in the forecast tonight and tomorrow!
I had forgotten all about Pig ll! So glad he got to come out today.
Oh no! The shadow means 6 more weeks of winter! Who knows what the added sun tan means!:@)
Now this made MY day! I have been missing Pig!
You goofball! Margie
Haha! I LOVE HER! We have actually had RAIN today-yay for us! We have also had big fat snowflakes, while it was raining. Crazy, but beautiful and much needed.
LOL...I never got that. Doesn't it seem backwards? I mean,if the sun is out, 6 more weeks of winter...if the weather sucks, spring is on the way???
Hahaha! Pig II is cute (even though she's a diva)! I'm missing Pig I...
haha! I do wish better weather for you - but not summer too soon please! That would mean we would be into winter and I do not want that yet!
Yes, a suntan she would have got here too. It was 60 degrees at least today!And as for textures... it is so fun, I WARN you now. :)
I needed this laugh....too funny!
HA! Pretty cool pig :). We've had great weather the last couple of weeks also.
Party Animal, that one.
We finally had sun after a pea soup morning. Heck I don't care if we have more winter to stall off summer.
We had yet another beautiful day, I can handle 6 more weeks of this! LOL! I know it won't last....
Too cute!! We pay no attention to Phil because we know we have a couple months more winter here. We do have groundhogs in Fairbanks, but they don't poke their noses out until late March or early April.
I just hope that means 42 more chances of rain for you Texans! Love the diva pics (maybe the heat is getting the best of y'all, but I love a dry sense of humor!)
At first glance I thought your diva was a rabbit - I mistook the sunglasses for ears. I've been out in the pollen today and I'm a little blurry eyed. Feels like Spring to me.
I'm fine w/6 more weeks, if the winter stays like it has been here!
lol..love it...watching the movie Ground hogs day right now...
So very cute !
So funnnny!!!!No sun here today. Fog and clouds. Hummm?
that is so funny, she looks great. I really like Pig's sunglasses.
So cute yet so real.
Good on her, just mind she doesn't get sunburn and develop melanomas.
Very funny, love those sunglasses.
Now that's my kind of ground hog. The other ones jump if they see their own shadow and hide from the sun. Gotta soak up those rays and enjoy it!
That's so funny! I've been thinking about Pig all day today! lol Wondering if she's came out yet because it is so hot here this week that it's just crazy! If we have 6 more weeks of this Winter Spring then gee we didn't get a Winter at all here where I live! lol We will go from Spring to Spring!Love your Pig II!
Haha! Hilarious. Love your humour :)Thanks for making me smile on this dreary but HOT day in Australia.
omg if only I had a groundhog! But it was sunny here also, so maybe it doesn't matter.
Love those glasses!
This is the BEST! You have me laughing so hard! I LOVE your sense of humor!!!
lol okay really though, who owns a stuffed groundhog??? RARE!!! LOL
Hello, TexWisGirl. The coldest winter will be melted by your warm heart. The works gently accept all visitors. I praise your creative art sense. The prayer for all peace. Have a good weekend. From Japan, ruma ❃
Oh...she's cute...and a bit fat, isn't she? But she is lovely...a Diva for sureBS
Looks that young man has spent a bit too long in a good paddock!If push ups are good enough for the first lady - I think he needs to do a few as well!Cheers - Stewart M
LOL! I don't understand why this one didn't make the news! That's pretty darned official. Apparently, we're supposed to have six more weeks of winter, but we've never really had winter in the first place.
He he that made me laugh!!!
You've made my day with this post:)
This is too wildly CUTE!!!
oh my word, this is adorable!!smiles-thanks for putting a smile on my face.
Too cute! Groundhogs here say six more weeks of winter. I guess that means we'll have a total of six weeks.
Here Wisconsin's Sun Prairie Jimmy did not see his so we're all hoping he is correct one.
Ha ha! Were you thinking of Pig 1 yesterday? I sure was!
So cute! She certainly saw her shadow here - bright blue sky, not a cloud in sight.
This made me think of the little guy in Caddyshack!(The groundhog, not Bill Murray... *haha*)
so silly so funny and I am laughing my head off. love it. Pig II is adorable and looks soooo good in her shades. we got suntans too.
Dudette, I mean it was, sunshine bring it on!
Some parts of Europe are getting slammed while we are fortunate to have Spring-like conditions. SPF-20?
ROFL!!!! Too funny. I didn't realize I laughed out loud until my daughter came to see what was so funny! :D
Wouldn't have seen her shadow here either -- a bit cloudy, though warm. :)
You have to enjoy the sun when and where you find it. No ground hog issues here, no winters here...
Haha! So cute!
LOL! Plenty of sunshine here on Thursday as well, but today it's raining.
Now there's a rodent with class!
LOL! That is so cute!!!
T, hilarious! Like you're really worried about 6 more weeks of winter. It would be a welcome relief to how many day of +100 degree weather!
You are so funny! How do you think up stuff like this?
And I'm thinking: I didn't know we had groundhogs in our part of Texas!
How cute is that!!!You have made me smile this afternoon!x Fiona
haha...here we have gray clouds and we're getting drenched with rain...thankfully...hoping to get pictures of the front pond filled today
Hilarious!! Love Posie
Adorable post! :-) Made my day! Thanks for all the sweet things you had to say on my Fridays Fences post too!
LOL! :Dxo Catherine
That's funny! And cute.
Too funny-I hope we aren't in for 6 more weeks of winter, but this morning's 40 degrees sent me digging for my warm socks. (And I was just getting used to those balmy 70s too!)
hahaha!!! Good post!
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