Juno!


As everyone in the entire US heard, New England was braced for a blizzard of mass proportions Monday night and all day yesterday. It actually wasn’t forecast to be THAT terrible — for all of us who have lived in New England most or all of our lives, a foot or two of snow is no big deal. And from what I can tell, in many areas it fell short of predictions. But it was still pretty fun. 🙂 Every nearby business I know of — aside from a few gas stations and convenience stores — were closed. Everyone was home from work, including my husband. It was a fun snow day and we had a good time outside in it!

Mukow was SO PSYCHED…

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Our icy door…

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Nate was psyched…

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Then Jack came out to play!

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Happy dogs!

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Nate decided to run around a little bit, too.

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I love how nasty this photo makes Mukow look…

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Nate was excited. Really.

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You can’t quite tell but at this point (around 10:30/11am) the streets seemingly hadn’t been touched, so they were piled with snow.

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My boots!

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Oh yes. Snow doggies.

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Our side steps…

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Our cars getting snowed in…

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The guys.

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BLIZZARD SELFIE!

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The happiest snow doggy!

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Black dog in the snow!

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“Do I have to go inside?”

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We came back out a few hours later, and the cars were more buried…

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Mukow was just as excited to prance around!

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My Sorels, still keeping me warm!

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Sitting and looking at our neighbors’ house, where Molly lives. She does this at least once or twice every time we’re outside.

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Someone dared to walk down the street, and got the classic Mukow greeting (which mostly consists of barking and jumping).

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Wheeee!

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SO SNOWY.

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“Daddy where ya going?”

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After Nate shoveled a path to our door.

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The street!

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The front of our house.

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My boots and legs after I walked through one of the drifts. Thigh high snow!

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My eyebrows and eyelashes got all icy!

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Mukow found her whiskey bottle squeak toy and WENT CRAZY!

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This is what she does when I go inside without her, which only happens once in a while and only if I have to grab something super quick — she’s never alone for more than a minute or two. SO SAD.

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Headed over to Mom’s to check the scene out (and so Nate could snowblow).

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He was having fun, I swear…

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Mukow VERY happy upon my return.

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Showing how crazy she gets when she plays with pine needles…

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Nate snowblowing at our house!

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2 thoughts on “Juno!

  1. I am so envious of all your beautiful snow! I live in North Carolina and we’re lucky if it snows two inches 😦 Your pictures are so lovely and I enjoyed looking though them all and living vicariously through you!

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    1. Aw thank you so much!! I do love the snow and I’m appreciating it more this year than I ever have. That being said, it DOES get old after a while… like when it’s March and all you want is spring and you get yet another snow storm. 😉

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