Wednesday, January 03, 2007

Thinking Small Picture

Pappy in the Wild, 2006-01-02On days like yesterday, Pappy doesn't ponder big picture items like the enduring legacy of ex-Presidents or global warming. He was pretty happy to have us at home for an unplanned holiday during President Ford's funeral. The highlight was a nice long walk in the unseasonably warm weather. Of course I always have that crumbling Antarctic icepack from Inconvenient Truth running on a tape loop through my head.

6 comments:

macgoogle said...

Glad that you had a nice walk, Pappy. If the globe warmed up at least you wouldn't have to worry about a cold butt! But it's already too hot down here.

Love and Licks,
Texas (and his humans).

Ferndoggle said...

Unfortunately that whole Global Warming thing does nothing for growing grass. We tried for 3 summers...nada. We have too much shade & too much doggie zoomies.

We gave up & laid playground mulch over the whole yard. But we have a small yard!

Happy Walking Pappy!!

Ferndoggle & the Dogs

Pappy's Fella said...

Texas,
He does look a bit chilly sitting on the pavement. But he'd be chillier if the pavement were under water.

Ferndoggle,
Yours sounds like a similar story to ours. After several years of summer droughts, the addition of a dog has tipped the balance against us.

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

I don't get a chance to destroy the grass. We hardly have any cuz of all the pine trees and their needles.

And at our other house - it's set in a hammock of 100 year oak trees - so no grass!

Bussie Kissies
Buster

Pappy's Fella said...

Buster,
We have one Gi-normous oak in back which certainly handicaps our efforts at grass growth. Those pine needles sound like a good alternative.

Finnegan said...

Inconvenient Truth definitely scared us all! I think that I would rather have a snowy winter to eat snow and roll around in it than be scorching hot or underwater!