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It snowed today, and Maia has spent most of the day sitting in my/her rocking chair on the back porch. I think it’s just too confusing for her. ME, TOO.

And I don’t even have my chair.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 25, 2014  

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  1. 3-25

    Maia is such a lucky girl . . . she has her very own rocking chair!

    Hope this will be your last snowfall – we will have a freeze tonight. I am debating whether to cover my seedlings or just plan to replant.

  2. 3-25

    I just love that white stripe on her chin. I’m so jealous that you get a Maia and I don’t.

  3. 3-26

    We have the same :( but we still have tons of snow. No grass to be seen. But mild is -6 then back to -20 and a blizzard to next day sun and -12 then more snow. So much for global warming. We have more snow ice freezing than we have had for 10 years. It’s been snowing since November and still snowing….I can so see her little personality. My god she is one beautiful creature. Animals are our saviors in times of crisis…lest we forget.

    Dana mama

  4. 3-26

    We had snow here as well, not a lot but everything was all covered and beautiful for a while, it looked beautiful to me because I knew it would be gone by morning. :yes:

  5. 3-26

    You should take her on a road trip for goodness sake. Poor sweet thing. :happyflower:

  6. 3-26

    Snow from yesterday melted here in the Chicago area and suburbs. It will be 63 by Sunday and that means the warmer weather should be headed your way. Maia looks comfortable on your/her rocking chair. Bet she’s glad you like to share.

  7. 3-26

    Are you sure she is not a human trapped in a goat’s body?
    Your second grade teacher? Your high school driving instructor????

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