Joyful Bouncyness

When we went outside early yesterday morning we saw that it was SNOWING!!!!!

When my sisters and I came back in I was so excited that I wouldn’t let My Margret dry me off. My sisters on the other hand  don’t like being wet and they couldn’t wait to get dried off.

I went back out and played more in the snow and was so excited that when I came back in I raced into the kitchen, through the dining room into the living room where I grabbed two of my stuffies and jumped up on the couch and hung over the back of the couch and said hi to My Margret. She laughed and said that I was full of joyful bouncyness.


~ this is Bess “the full of joyful bouncyness because it snowed” Pup for the rest of the pups and kitties.

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12 responses »

  1. I understand Bess. Lexi always loved the snow, which was a rare thing here in Chattanooga. I will have to post a picture of our snow girl in a Memory Monday. So glad you are bouncy and happy! 🙂

    • Hi Mrs. Amy!
      I love that I’m not the only one who likes snow. I can’t wait to see Lexi’s picture!
      ~ nose nudges Bess

  2. That is a LOT of joyful bounciness, B. I also had to bounce when I was out in the snow. But not from joy. It was because I was stuck in a snow drift. I struggled around a little while Mom laughed and then I popped out like a wine cork, which made her laugh some more.

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

    • Hi Cupcake! You were full of joyful bouncyness too. Isn’t it the greatest when we make our moms laugh. Good job! ~ nose nudges Bess

    • Hi Mrs. Chris! I’m glad your students get excited about snow too! I’m glad their joyfulness makes you happy. 😊

    • Hi Mrs. Carolyn! Thank you, it is contagious, I’m glad I made you happy!
      ~gentle nose nudges Bess

  3. Hi Cammie!, You do snow zoomies too! That’s awesome! We haven’t had much snow either this winter in fact, I think that might be why I’m so excited about it. I hope you and Maggie get some snow soon. ~ nose nudges Bess

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