Thursday, December 06, 2007

Ginger on Watch

I looked out my kitchen window to see this--our little dog, Ginger, watching something. She has caught a few squirrels. So that's probably it. I am just amazed at this little pooch. You may remember we got from Homeward Bound this summer. Her records said she was from Kentucky -- a southern belle. She's kind of a nervous Nelly at times, probably do to abuse, but she is very sweet. She will stay outside until she is too cold to handle it. Then she comes to the patio door and paws at it. When she comes in, there are little ice balls on her paws. She no more than cleans up/warms up and then she spots a squirrel out the patio door and off she goes again to start the process over again.

10 viewers thoughts.:

nikki said...

That is such a sweet picture!
What a sweet little pup she is!

I also love the pictures of Mya decorating her new tree...looks GREAT!

Steffie B. said...

That is just too cute.....love the picture!

OH MY #6 said...

so cute. Have a great weekend Verna!

Lea

~Amy~ said...

So cute! I love dogs!!! :)

Carrie said...

i cant read your blogs that well because your solid color background doesn't show up on my comp. just thought i would let you know. :)

i wish we had some snow, maybe jon and i will have to go into the mountains one of these days.

redmaryjanes said...

That is so cute! She is definitely an outdoor dog!

Laura Nipper said...

Wow look at the snow, just beautiful.

Holly said...

Great picture! I wish it would snow here....

Mr.Brian said...

She is a sweet dog I got to meet her when you passed through town.
I see you have lots of snow,I bet Becky would be a happy camper with all that.
They are calling for 4-6 inches late today and over night.Will have to wait and see.
By the way I found out about you and Becky's sceem, I've been enjoying the mail. Thanks.

LINDA said...

You must live in the country from the looks of all the trees and open spaces. I envy that. Neighbors aren't all they are cracked up to be---and what does that mean-cracked upto be? Your dog is a testament to what all dogs want--freedom and something worthy of the chase!