Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Playing In the Tall Grass

Shiner has been enjoying a good sniff in the tall green grass in our field. The grass may look lush and green now, but wait a few months for summer and it will be all dried up. Shiner is enjoying it while she can!



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34 comments:

  1. Enjoy your green grass Shiner. I love Spring grass but sadly when I try and eat it I am sick so peeps is forever trying to stop me. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. I love jumping about in the long grass, it's the best :-)

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  3. We're lucky in the UK we get that much rain it doesn't have a chance to dry out.

    Sheba.

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    1. We are always in a drought status here...

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  4. Enjoy it Shiner! Green looks fabulous with your fur!

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  5. And she IS enjoying it! One of mine looooooves the feeling of tall grass on his body. And low shrubs, and trees, and ferns and flowers - we even have to stop him rubbing himself against brambles, the daft dog! That's the one in my blog post today!

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  6. A good romp in tall grass - not much is better than that!

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  7. shiner....ewe noe ...therz use a lee lotz oh good mice in tall grazz.....N bye "good" we due knot meen "bee haviorz " !!!!!

    :)

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    1. Hey Shiner can appreciate a good mouse! My 9 year old told me that she once saw Shiner eat a mouse.

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  8. We are sure that it tastes good too! We miss grass.

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  9. Looks like that's a lot of fun to play in. :) Glad Shiner is getting to enjoy that tall grass while it lasts!

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  10. Just wondering if you changed anything with your subscriptions as I no longer am getting your posts in my email. I haven't changed anything but going through Triberr I realized I'm missing your posts. Not sure what is causing it. I check my spam and they are not there either.

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    1. Thank you Emma for telling me this... it's bothering me too. I am subscribed to my own feed, but have been wondering where the emails are. There have been some strange things going on lately... going to have to investigate tonight.

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  11. We can't wait for our grass to turn green. Its been a hard winter and everything is blooming late. Hope there's not much little critters and Shiner is being safe. Happy Wednesday. Golden Woofs

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  12. OMD!! That grass is taller than me!!
    Hugs,
    Pepper

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  13. WOW, we are very envious of your tall green grass. Ours is just waking up from a loooooong winter's nap!

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  14. I love that!! Looks like he had a blast.

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  15. Go Shiner Go! Looks like lots of fun :) We're still waiting for green grass, but at least most of the snow has melted away.

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  16. So cute :) Love this time of year when everything turns green!

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  17. What a great field you have! Dakota wants to come and play with Shiner!!

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  18. I love grass too, but for something other than playing ;-)

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  19. That is so cute! Rita is very jealous! She LOVES grass - esp'y tall grass, and we have no grass at all in our yard. (She's so deprived...)

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  20. Looks like so much fun! Everything is greening up here too. Won't be long before we are into the thick of summer and Coco will be flipping around in the kiddie pool!

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  21. That looks wonderful! We're still getting rid of the snow, so no green here yet! But as you said, it's always soon enough that we're on to the next season and things change. So we have to enjoy things while we have them!

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  22. Mmmmmm! We can almost smell that lush grass!
    Shiner sure knows how to have fun!

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  23. That grass does look beautiful and lush. I am kinda jealous. : )

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  24. Great video of Shiner! The tall grass has been nice, hasn't it? And then there have been those lush bluebonnets. This time of year in central Texas is wonderful, although I still prefer the first cool winds of fall after the long, hot summers. We will enjoy while we can!!

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  25. Ooo I see lots of lush grass=Lots of yummy Hay for bunnies,xx Rachel

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