Winter is getting longer.

Posted on Feb 10, 2011 in Living with Greyhounds

As I watched the Greyhounds lope around the backyard this morning, I thought, “Sure has been a long time since they’ve had a real workout.”

They’ve taken the lack of exercise really well.

And then I brought three garbage bags of shredded paper into the house. I use it for packing. For transporting sculptures. Etc.

Then I did a few more chores, thinking nothing of the bags of paper. Came upstairs to this.

Greyhound dog having lots of fun with shredded paper

LOL! Yes, Sage, it’s been a very long winter!

Let it snow!

6 Comments

  1. Les Mutchie
    February 10, 2011

    I”ve noticed that the “two year old” shows itself in just about every living thing, every now and then…..

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  2. Kathy Johnson
    February 10, 2011

    Oh dear…. I hope it”s easier to clean up than the talcum powder that Jack strewed through our house. Can you salvage it for re-use?

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  3. Cathy Kahn
    February 10, 2011

    Oh no! Sarah, lol, you should know better! They always get you when your guard is down, they give you a false sense of security so they can lull you into leaving “completely innocent” items around … and then pounce! Love the look on his face! <3

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  4. Brian
    February 11, 2011

    Love the one strip of paper on his nose!

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  5. Chris Champion
    July 1, 2011

    Delightful variation on the feather pillow disaster I”ve experienced more than once.

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