Wednesday, April 9, 2008

More Signs of Spring...

Buster, the sun-soaked, spring-besotted Wonderdawg back with a quick accounting of the coming of warm weather to subarctic Connecticut!

It was warm and breezy today (I hear the 'dales in the U.K. are enduring a late-season snowstorm!), and tomorrow, it's expected to reach 22 degrees celsius.

This is much to my liking!




Buster-Dawgs get a little crazy when spring sets in...

The blood starts flowing, excitement mounts, and my little brain succumbs to a rush of hormones.



Our garden dragon starts eating the daffodils...



And Persephone starts grazing on the bamboo!



My precious Wilson-Balls reappear from under the leaves and melted snow...




The Celtic Mother-Goddess is in her Heaven and all's well with the world.

If you've got your Wilsons, you've got everything!



I think naptime is better in the spring--don't you?

Gotta sleep now,

Buster

5 comments:

Harry said...

Well our snow has gone and today it was warm enough for all of us to spend most of the day in the garden. The weather has gone mad!

Cassidy is still drooling over your pile of Wilsons!

Toodle pip
Harry x

Maggie & Mitch said...

The daffies are not popping in our yard yet, Buster, and mom is so distraught!
We think that pile of Wilsons looks a whole lot better than any daffodils, right Mitch!

Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch

Stanley said...

Hey, Buster Boy!

First off, thanks for that emergency peemail photo you sent my girl. It's doing the trick.

At one point in your photos on this post, I couldn't tell what end was what on the Sephie eating bamboo photo.

Glad you're reunited with more of your Wilsons. A dog can NEVER have too many Wilsons.

Goober love & springtime smooches,
Stanley

Faya said...

Mes amis le temps est fou ! Ici nous avons eu des orages toutes la journée : éclairs et tonnerre !!!!
Il n'y a plus de saisons....
bisous à tous, Faya

Noah the Airedale said...

Sounds like your weather is a lot better than our maties in the UK. Of course our weather is sensational today. It's 20 degrees celsius today in the sunny Blue Mountains, a beautiful Autumn day. Not bad ay!

Hugs and tail wags
Noah Willow Tess & Lucy