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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Snow It Did

Hi Friends,

It's me, Koobuss.

This time I think all this snow stuff has gone too far.  Watch the Smilebox and see what I mean.


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Good thing I'm not claustrophobic.


Enough already! Sheesh....




Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses,
Koobie

Friday, February 26, 2010

More Snow

Hi Friends,





It's me, Koobuss.




We are having another snow storm. It's supposed to last all day Thursday, most of Friday, and maybe even into Saturday a little. This is what I think of that.







So there!




Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses,

Koobie

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Bunny Blues

Hi Friends,

It's me, Koobuss.

You have heard me several times already complain about a certain individual who lives on our property, (besides mom and grandpa), rent free, and torments me from time to time.  This individual, who shall remain nameless, has the gall to even sleep next to the house right up against the brick, while I, at the same time am sleeping on the exact opposite side of the wall!  Isn't that nervy??  (But at least I'm on the couch on the warm side of the wall while he's sleeping in the mulch and mud on the cold side of the wall. HAHA!!)  Then, when I go looking for him so that I can make friends with him, he hops away so fast that I don't even see him go!  All that's left is his aroma, I mean scent.



Now, if he plans on living here, I think that we should at least become acquainted.  That's all I want.  I just want to get to know him better.  He doesn't trust me though.  He thinks that I want to eat him.  HAHAHA!!!! What a silly idea!!!!  Every time I go out in the front yard the first thing that I do is to look for him.  In fact, I spend most of my time outdoors looking for him, to no avail.



My mom thinks that I am obsessed with this bunny.  (NOT!)   She even told  me that I have to get used to bunnies for two reasons.  1.  Spring is coming (yeah, right!) and there will be lots of bunnies running around the yard just because there always are.  2.  Easter is coming and bunnies bring us eggs and chocolate candy.  Sounds kind of weird, don't you think?  I'm suspicious.  Why would they do that?   What is their motive?  They don't lay eggs or make chocolate.  Do they?  They really are nothing more than a delivery service, sort of like the Fed Ex guy, the UPS guy, and the mailman, who I love even more than I love bunnies.  But I digress.  Anyway, since bunnies do what they do, that is bring us eggs, chocolate candy, and other bunnies, we have to let them live and give them the space they need to do their job, according to my mom.

I don't know.  I'm kinda skeptical.  This is going to take a lot of thought.



Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses (except if you're a bunny),
Koobie


Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Worldless Wednesday




We've got a lot of melting to do.  Better get started.


Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses,
Koobie

Monday, February 15, 2010

Dilemma

Hi Friends,

Oh, dear.  I don't know what to watch tonight.  Choices, choices, choices...

House?
My mom thinks Hugh Laurie is the sexiest guy on TV.


Westminster Kennel Club? 
                               
It doesn't get any cuter than this.  I, on the other hand, am very glad that I'm not a show dog.  I could never be as spoiled as I am.  Besides, that's way too much work for me.


Or The Winter Olympics.
We just love the Winter Olympics.  They are beautiful and exciting and only come along once every four years.


This is going to require some serious thought.  I don't have much time left to make up my mind.  Can anybody help me?


Love and Koobuss Kisses,
Koobie

Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Yes Snow

Hi Friends,

Just less than a week ago in my last blog entry I was whining about us not having any snow.  My title was "No Snow", if you recall.  Today I learned the meaning of the saying "Be careful what you wish for."  That makes a lot of sense to me now.  I was jealous of my Auntie Janet and other friends who live down by Washington, D. C.  They had so much snow, and I didn't have any.  They were having so much fun and I wasn't having any.

Today we got lots of our own snow.   No matter how you look at it.   From upstairs...

Or from downstairs...

From the front...

 or from the back...

In dusk, or night...


We got snow!!


Now, I am having fun, too.  Well... sort of.

Perhaps you remember me telling you about my problems with the bunny or bunnies who live in my yard.  Well, yesterday morning when my mom put me out front, she woke this critter up. 


Mr/Ms Bunny was sleeping in the corner up against my house, right under my nose!  Then it got away.
For two days now, the sight of this brazen bunny has haunted me.  I have been searching for it every time I go out front, to no avail.  Now with all this snow, I'll never find it.

If you watch my video, you'll get to see what frustration is.


Heheheh...
Koobie

Friday, February 5, 2010

No Snow

Hi Everybody,


It's me, Koobuss. I'm back after a brief interruption in service, as they say. Well we won't go into that.


Anyway, Grandpaw and I were thinking.

Here it is, the first week in February, around the half-way point of winter (the groundhog even came and went), and we don't have any snow on the ground here in Mountain Top, PA.  We are located at 41.144 degrees North latitude, 75.87 degrees W longitude, approximately 2000 feet above sea level, and we have no snow in the middle of winter.  And "Auntie Janet" who lives a lot further south of me and near sea level in Manassas, VA, outside of Washington, D. C. has tons of snow!  Some of that is mine.  And I want it!

This afternoon my mom went out to take some pictures of our snowless February.  She made a Smilebox so everybody could see what I mean.  The first five photos were taken at the Ice Lakes about five miles from here, and the rest were taken at Fairview Township Memorial Park, about a mile up the road.  Back in the early 1960s, when my mom was a kid, she used to hang out there with her friends.  It was the local gathering place for teenagers and anybody else who wanted to have some fun on a summer evening.


Ah... summer...



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What's that last photo? "No Dogs Allowed in the Park"? Sheesh... Between that and my internet problems this week, it seems that everybody's out to get me. I think I'll go to bed. Good Night.

Love and Lots of Koobuss Kisses,
Koobie

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