Monday, December 22, 2008

le beagle, le weekend





(Penny, and the church on our corner)
I am not a Baptist but it sure is a pretty little church in the snow on Christmas week.
Penny has a very thin coat of fur but LOVES snow. Then she comes in to warm up.

13 comments:

Lynda said...

(((((Penny)))))

Gordo said...

Sharkey adores the snow, too. He "asks" to go out more in the snow than he does in the summer. :-)

kate et jim said...

How's Buster do in the snow? Haven't seen much of him, lately.

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

Buster is a snow beast!

Anndi said...

Chelsea, our beagle, dove into the snow yesterday... all 15 inches of it.

Tink said...

Aw, she's making snow angels... puppy-style! :)

denis said...

that's a good hat for penny.

Hilary said...

Aww cute.. Penny and Benny would make a good snow team!

Jessica said...

I love Penny--so cute in that hat! :D

kcinnova said...

Awwww... I want to move to your little town and XC ski and watch your puppies play in the snow!
I'd go to that church just because it was there. (I'm not a Baptist, either.) Unless they tried to tell me not to drink or play cards. That would be a deal-breaker.

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

I was raised in the Baptist church. Aside from the brief and very bad flashback I just had, that is one lovely church. I would visit it if I was there. I would.

ML said...

I looove visiting unusual churches. I once attended service in the Hawaiian church in Honolulu, conducted entiirely IN Hawaiian. Couldn't understand a word, but loved every beautiful second of it. There was another church in Waikiki, now long gone, but completely open to to the tradewinds. Reminded me of chatting with God in the Garden of Eden. At least that's how it felt to me. Almost right around the corner was where Robert Louis Stevenson and the Princess Kaiulani used to sit and chat in the shade of her banyan tree. I have a dreadul feeling it's gone now, underneath a highrise hotel, alas! I used to love to go there since we lived in the neighborhood for a while. The house had vanished, too. I looked for it.

HP said...

I think Allister and Penny would get along really well! They are both type A personalties.