Saturday, January 9, 2010


As you all know living in Boston has its challenges, one I've noted is the human need to wear gloves. You are such fragile creatures. I on the other paw love love love the cold, ice, snow and rain.

I recently discovered the art of finding and eating ice/snow balls I find on my walks. They are very refreshing....just think maybe some beef or chicken stock flavoring would be nice....sorta like a shaved ice.

Ok back to I walk here and there I see them all over....just one sad one no mate. Thought ya'd like to take a look.


Brind'Amour Clumbers said...

Whoa, that's a lot of gloves Harry! I love finding gloves when I go on walks. I can smell them a mile away!


Unknown said...

That reminds me of all of the flip-flops I see around this part of the country!

Been thinking about you, and hoping all is well.

Warmest wishes,

Bailey said...

Here's a fun thing to do - when your humans take off their gloves or their socks, wait until they aren't looking, and then slowly pick one up (never pick up both) and slowly walk away and hide it!

Humans love this game- I play it with my Mom all the time. I even hide her shoes (one at the time, of course, and always in different places!

Hours of fun for the whole family!!

How Sam Sees It said...

I've often wondered how that happens - here in Arizona it is shoes on the freeway... Wouldn't you notice it was missing?