Change Is Hard

…but change is certain.

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

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Katie here. It looks like we’ve had a short fall and an early winter around here. Some are complaining about the snow coming so soon this year.

Just another walk in the park.

But not me. In fact this is my advice:

Go with the flow people!

What’s your complaining going to do? Make the snow go away? I don’t think so.

The wet snow fell off the trees and got me a bit icy.

Besides, it showed up without much warning. I figure it will disappear overnight too. But if it doesn’t I won’t mind cause I love love LOVE snow!

Mama’s been taking me on a lot of walks because I can go a lot further when it’s cooler. A couple days ago we went to the park and there was just a little bit of snow on the ground, and it was melting fast.

Hardly any snow just a couple days ago.

Yesterday we walked all over my neighborhood and there wasn’t any snow at all. And then this morning we woke up to a snowy wonderland!

Look at all of this snow! Isn’t it wonderful?

Today mama said we’d go to a new park and I was all excited. But when she opened the car door we weren’t at a park at all. We were at the groomer!

Don’t you wish you were here too?

MAMA! You lied to me! But she told me not to get all upset, she wasn’t leaving me there, she was just getting my nails trimmed.

Well OK then.

And the next time she opened the door we were at a park! A really pretty park!

It’s wonderful to feel the cool snow on my face!

We walked up and down a lot of hills and I had a blast sticking my nose into the snow and sniffing good stuff.

Mama said she had more fun taking pictures of stuff and she’s not that much into sniffing. Silly mama.

Patterns in the woods.

Eventually she realized we’d walked a long way and she was beginning to imagine having to carry me back over all those hills, so we headed back. I didn’t argue with her even though I usually don’t like turning around.

After all, I’ll be twelve next month!

Don’t you want to know what’s down there?

Anyway, I’m enjoying all this snow and I think you people should try to see the good side of it too.

After our walk I had to clean snowballs off my legs!

I hope I’ve set a good example for you all.

Talk later,

Your soggy adventure girl Katie.

Embrace the winter people!

Author: dawnkinster

I'm a long time banker having worked in banks since the age of 17. I took a break when I turned 50 and went back to school. I graduated right when the economy took a turn for the worst and after a year of library work found myself unemployed. I was lucky that my previous bank employer wanted me back. So here I am again, a long time banker. Change is hard.

14 thoughts on “Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

  1. I love the way you blend in to the whites and coppers of the landscape, Katie – they match your coat beautifully so it’s like you’re camouflaged! 🙂

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  2. Katie–are you a Sagittarius? My birthday is next month, too. I’ll be…..older than you. The snow does set off your coloring beautifully. Have fun in the snow.

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  3. Katie, your enthusiasm for winter is infectious. I love the first snow, too, but by April I’m over the pretty white and crave green.

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  4. You look beautiful in the snow Katie. The snow looks so beautiful in the forest like that. They are predicting snow here tomorrow- I am not ready- it is still Fall!

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  5. Katie, with your beautiful fur coat, I think you were made for winter, and you have traction devices built into your feet. We silly humans don’t have those benefits, you know.

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  6. A friend shared this on her FB wall today:

    If you choose not to find joy in the snow, you will have less joy in your life but still the same amount of snow.

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