Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Catch a Little Snow Flake!


24 comments:

  1. Snow does taste good. And you do have a serious tongue for snow catching.

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  2. one little bitty snow flake sitting on my tongue...slurrrrrrp! it was GONE!
    theBUSTER

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  3. Awwwww that is a grrrreat pic.. You have the right plan. Catch 'em on the way down and you don't have to worry about any YELLOW pollution. YOu are soooooo smart, and good looking too. I'm just sayin'.

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  4. Smart to eat the white snow that's falling from the sky than the dirty snow that's already landed...I'm just saying....

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  5. Is that kinda like a slushie without the flavoring? We might be into that. But doesn't your tongue get cold?...

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  6. That's a scoop. You could clear a path for us with that tongue.
    Love Ruby & Penny

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  7. MMM tasty snow. We have tons of it falling here today. Time to go out and make snow doggies.

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  8. Oh I used to do that too, when I lived in MA! Unfortunately though, my tongue is not as big as yours! I can see in this pic, you are not only a "lapper", but indeed a "looker" as well!

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  9. Hah! Lovely tongue shot! We like the taste too - fortunately ours has gone.........for a while!
    xxx

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  10. Isn't it great to have a big tongue to catch snow! AND to give great kisses!

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  11. Hope you caught it. What does it taste like? Cool picture
    Have a fun day
    Benny & Lily

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  12. You guys have great pictures! Happy Wednesday!

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  13. Oh, what fun! I love catching snowflakes on my tongue!
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  14. Great picture, tasty snow flake.

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  15. Do any two snowflakes taste the same?

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  16. You're so big and sweet. Can you really feel a tiny snowflake touching your tongue? I wonder.
    I'm still stuck on yesterday's photo...really liked that one too.
    Twink!

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  17. Love to play in snow and mud, but drenching rains, not so much

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  18. What a tongue!

    Love eating snow too!

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  19. Bet you can catch more than just one!!! Great pic.

    Woos, Phantom and Thunder

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  20. That tongue looks like a 'proboscus'--those things that bees have, I think. It's cute.

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  21. Looks like tasty snow!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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