Saturday, March 1, 2014

Bernadette? Bernadette? Be CAREFUL!

As I maaaa-ntioned the other day little Bernadette almost got lost in all of the snow!
She was not smart and did not stay in the paths that the male person made for us.
Silly Bernadette!


If you cannot see the movie you can watch it on YouTube HERE

Did you see that?
She almost got swallowed up by the snow!
It is as high as she is!

And guess what?
WE GOT MORE SNOW!

EIGHT more inches.
The male person had to dig out our pathways again.
And guess what again?
It's supposed to snow again Monday.


I might never come out of my barn again.
Do you blame me?

12 comments:

  1. She's blazin' her own trail! :)

    We are getting the snow now too. :(

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  2. Stay inside....and keep the little ones intoo!!

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  3. Bernadette just wanted to make her own path!

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  4. Sheesh. You really need to get your Publicist to let you into the yurt!

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  5. don't blame you at all .... I think I'd stay in the warm barn too!

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  6. Hippity hop goes Bernadette. You sem to have enough hay. Tell the Publicist to bring lots of grain and stay inside.

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  7. Pricilla, dear, I think you should stay right inside in your goature and keep warm! Surely the publicist should bring you your meals on a nice tray!

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  8. Bernadette discovered a new game, bounding through the deep snow. It does look like fun. That is way too much snow for sure. Pricilla, you do look happy in that nice barn. We will try again to send that sun out there. Try to have a good day.

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  9. She is listening to that different drummer

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  10. it's snowing here right now. my husband is outside with the snowblower!

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  11. That snow will certainly swallow up a little goat. She better be careful. With all that more snow, you all better be careful and wear bells to help your publicist dig you out.

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Maaaaaa away....

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