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White Stuff

We got a taste of that 'white stuff' from the Winter Fairies today.
Chaka who did not see snow in Texas was quite thrilled, but she conducted herself in a manner becoming of a Fine Lady :)
Linking to Saturday's Critters.

Have a Happy Weekend!
Peace :)


  1. She is gorgeous. HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU.

  2. She is adorable creature !
    happy new year dear!

  3. So cute!
    Have a beautiful week-end!

  4. So gorgeous ;)
    Have a lovely week.


  5. Pretty dog....Chow? [does she have the 'black' tongue?]

  6. Hello, Chaka is a fine looking lady. Looks like just a dusting of snow? Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

  7. Sweet of her :) Lovely capture on her

  8. He looks like he has a good fur coat for the weather! Beautiful!

  9. Chaka seems content with a little snow. Beautiful photo.

  10. Visiting in the first time in a very, very long time. Sometimes, I completely lose my will to blog, though I think about the friends I have made and miss them. I am glad to see that you are still at it. Just listened to Andrea Bocelli's wonderful rendition of Ave Maria. Left a comment but not sure it published so will mention that and then go on to mention your sweet Chaka. We've had snow here, the first significant amount in several years, though it is melting now. Black Jack, unlike Chaka, expressed no pleasure whatsoever. She, Bill and I will all be glad when it's gone so we can get back to our regular bike rides. Wishing you peace, laughter and good health in 2017!

  11. The Winter Fairies have been busy here today!

  12. So much snow everywhere .... except here in Florida. It usually doesn't snow in our part of Oregon, but this season they've already had damaging ice storms and a lot of snow (we are glad to be away for the winter.) Chaka is well equipped for the cold!

  13. Happy New Year Chandra. Chaka does look a little excited

  14. She IS a fine lady! We had some fairy dust here, too.

  15. She's a beautiful lady! And why should she not love the snow - - she has the fur coat for it!


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