Thursday, June 4, 2009

Red in the morning


This is the second part of the saying. Our rainy weather continues. The forecast is holding steady, and it doesn't look pretty.

Now we have "red in the morning," which H-Mom believes means "dog walkers take warning."

7 comments:

KEY WEST COLLIES said...

We think your Dog Mom is right about the red morning.

Maggie and Mitch said...

We've got rain today too, Madison, which means so walkies for us either! boohoo

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

The Devil Dog said...

That is funny, red in the morning. We were supposed to have rain. but we haven't. Woo Hoo!

Roxy

Dughallmor Beagles said...

Playin catch-up again! Yep, seems rainy all over at the moment (Mum put our heating on yesterday!?!?) we are having cold, grey and soggy again today, nice!
So we scrolled down to see what you've been up to...
Don't know about your snails and slugs but I know that the ones in Europe (and UK) can give you lungworm, which sounds awful...so please be careful! (Not just from eating them either, from eating or licking anything they leave their slimy trail on....yuk!)
That Rottie girl is beautiful....can't believe some people, grr! Hope she gets a nice family soon.
Have a great weekend!
Slobbers xx

Persephone and Buster said...

hi madison...thanks for visiting our blog... yup yup, we also have the soggy day today. the weather was doing so well here for a day or so and then....rain. yuck. the gurls are not happy with the stuff but i don't care, i sort of like the water from the sky. maybe it'll go away by tomorrow!
i'll take a nap and think on it.
theBUSTER, Ms.Persephone & Ms. Blue too (we have standard schnauzer cousin, zoey...she loves to come play with us).

Allison (Dog Mom) said...

Yup. Mommee hates it when it rains, because we get all hyper and needy from not getting our walkies.

Wuv,
Gus and Waldo

Kess And Her Mama said...

Bummer. No walkies. Over here, my humans always check out red in the night. If it's red, it's in Hurray! I get to stay indoors). If it's black, it's out.


musings on a giant schnauzer in a little MEDIUM LARGE package