Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Good Morning!
I hope you've had a good start to the week enjoying good weather and doing what you like to be doing.
Our weekend was fabulous weather wise. We went from 30F last week and scraping windows and some weird hail and snow to the upper 60s for the weekend. Its lovely this week too...so far.


I may have shown you this picture I had forwarded to me once but its so sweet I wanted to share it again. Isn't that mom a good mom for taking in the little squirrel. Don't they look so snuggly...


Have a wonderful day... Judi xoxo

8 comments:

Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Cute pic Judy! Enjoyed catching up with you through your recent posts!
:) Diane

Marilyn said...

How sweet. That little squirrel is one lucky animal.

I'm so glad you have good weather. If ours moves up that way, you will have it for a while. We've had 70s and 50s for a couple of weeks now. So glad I got well for it.

Enjoy.

Darlene said...

I've seen it before and I think it is just too CUTE!! Marilyn and I sent you the great weather!!!! Ours has been GORGEOUS!!!

SmilingSally said...

I only hope that squirrel doesn't start biting as it grows larger.

Shelia said...

Oh, Judi! What a precious little photo! Yes, that doggy mommy is so good to mother the little squirrel.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Lindsay-ann said...

I hope your good weather continues. We had ice today for the first time in months! Please can you send some sunshine my way?
Thanks for sharing the cute picture with the adopted squirrel. That's really sweet.
Lindsay
x

Dawn said...

We are having the same weather. It's gone from cold to quite mild. I don't mind one little bit. It saves on the heating bill that's for sure.

That is a very cute picture :)

take care,
Dawn

© Jennifer Raley said...

Hey there! What a nice surprise to find your comment on my post for Veterans Day. Thanks for coming by and for following. I look forward to seeing you around. Wonderful fall photos on your earlier post. Hey, I have a Grandma Brown (a recipe in your earlier post). My Grandma Brown was my great grandma. She made it to 96 and that was quite a while back now, so she's been gone a long time now. Til next time! Jenn