After writing my Ten Days of Gratitude from a Dog’s Perspective, I decided everyone needed a PAWS from my blogs. Well, mostly I needed the pause! Funny thing after I told you that we don’t do resolutions around here for the New Year, I have had to help Nancy chart every food item she eats to evaluate the nutrition, etc. While she won’t call it a diet, I do know she has finally started to lose some weight. As long as she doesn’t put me on a “diet” because if anything, I could use some more healthy treats this year!
After spending so much time in my back yard navigating the snow maze, I understand the concept of claustrophobia. Just look at the high snow banks on each side of me. Fortunately, I did not experience severe claustrophobia which would involve extreme dizziness, chest pains and shaking, etc. But, I could sense the inevitable if I did return back into my safe home. The bonus of my snow maze in the backyard is that I seem to be going on more walks so I can release the anxiety from that snow maze.
Most of you already are aware that we had massive amounts of snow last week, right? I listened to some entertaining stories about snowed in guests during past years. While we did not have anyone snowed in with us, I am curious if any of my readers had some people or pets snowed in with you?