Sunday, November 10, 2013

Trying to Make Winter Stay Away

BHU:  Mai mom heard that we are going to get a "blast of arctic cold air" this week and I'm telling her the only way to make winter go away is to go away yourself!  You gotta put all your stuff in this suitcase and take it to someplace warm!! 

PATTY:  Okay, Mr. Smartypants.  It's true there is no way to make winter go away, but I'm not a snowbird nor do I have luxurious furs like yours to protect me from the cold.  The older I get, the colder it feels!

BHU:  Yer choice!  Move or be moved; chill or be chilled!

PATTY:  I'm so lucky to have such a great PhilosoFURR in my presence!  Ish.  Anyhoo, I went out and harvested sweet potatoes yesterday and here they are.  More like carrots than potatoes, but that's because the gourmand deer ate the plants back at least four times during the summer.   Same thing happened with the other potatoes.  Next year, we plant in a fenced area.  Amen.

Hope you all have a wonderful Sunday!  xxoo


Loretta Thomas said...

Yeah, we heard that weather report too! Mum says she not looking forward to any cold weather...I say what she do but take it! Mum says potatoes look good, but need to be in the stove cooking...Meow!
Miss Kitty

Vanessa Morgan said...

What an adorable face.

The Florida Furkids said...

You can always teleport over here!!

The Florida Furkids

Sweet Purrfections said...

Stay warm Uncle Bhu

Caren Gittleman said...

I like that idea of putting the cold weather in a suitcase and sending it away, wish it would work!

Nancy said...

I am your odd-ball friend who loves the cold. I am anxious for it to get here. Maybe then I won't need to take Claritin every day. I am even hoping for the fluffy white stuff. The arctic clipper is coming this way also, so I have my heavier coat out just in case. Bhu certainly looks ready for the cold.

Anonymous said...

You are just precious! The sweet potatoes look good too!

Time to start baking!

Katie Isabella said...

Bhu, you are gorgeous but I know you are told that all the time. I have to sympathize with your mom. Raccoons and opossums ate mom's container garden on the DECK where they had to climb a good 12 feet to get to it. It took away a fun and edible thing that mom loved to do but after two years of it and terrorizing me while being on the deck in the night, mom just gave up. Makes her sad.