Uh… no!

Well maybe for the upstairs collection. Ricky has another basket downstairs.

Of course he does, Jenny

Skipper say if it’s too cold to play outside (-29C) then we must play inside.

That’s cold, Jan!

Gandalf got a sweet little Christmas lamb tonight.  It has a little Christmas hat, little Christmas scarf, striped socks and not-so-little squeaker.

Now if he would just enjoy it somewhere else and quit bringing the doggone thing to me to play…. (But, oh, that face….)

Oh what we don’t do for Sheltie love, Susan. :)

Missing winter yet? Check out Moses feet and ruff. They were white once.

Did I hear a collective Sheltie Nation gasp? :))

Muddy Sheltie

OMG, Grace! But he does look happy! :)

Muddy Sheltie

Here is the backstory on Moses from Grace: “We live in Buffalo so during our January thaw we took advantage of the warm weather to play soccer in the back yard. I didn’t entirely think through this activity because within thirty seconds of being outside Moses was so excited he tripped and face planted right into the mud! He got right back up with a smile on his face and wanted the ball thrown again! I should add since Moses is blind he can’t play fetch outside in the winter time because the snow muffles the sound of the ball and he can’t hear it. So he gets very confused when he can’t fine the ball in the snow.”

Addy would love to play, but she was walking on the board and trying to lie down on it.

We had to make her rest next to us.

Sheltie on board game

She tried, Elizabeth! :)