Wednesday, February 2, 2011

About Dogs and Bad Weather..

In French, there are a couple of expressions that, for some odd reason, link dogs to bad weather; we'll say "Ce n'est pas un temps a mettre un chien dehors", literally meaning It's not a weather to put a dog outside, or "Quel temps de chien!", which translates literally to  What a dog's weather! (and it doesn't make anymore sense in English than it does  in French...).

So here's what Oops did today as we were getting another snow storm (and sleet.. and ice...):

He must have tried every piece of furniture in the house... and every possible position..
Oh and we don't know what's up with the tongue sticking out.. that's pretty recent but seems to be a requirement when napping...

What a life..
When I die, I hope I come back as him..


  1. What a cutie! My Dandy Doggins says woof!

  2. Cute, he makes it look really, really cold there. I'm sending over some warm sunny weather from San Francisco to you! Best of luck with the storm!

  3. Thank you! It is not an illusion.. It IS cold.... :(

  4. In germany we have this saying to, that the weather is to bad, to send your dog out. And your little cutie does is right to cuddle with cushions and try to have it as comfortable as possible. Are you affected of this terrible blizzard? Saw it on TV and it looks horrible and damn cold. Stay warm and behave like your dog.

  5. It has indeed been a lot of snow lately - and more on its way!!

  6. He looks pretty happy and very spoiled to me...........


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