Wednesday, December 26, 2007

The Best Thing About Winter



Actually, the best part is when I lay by the fire with her, roasting marshmallows. Mabel moves even closer to the fire, watching...waiting patiently for her marshmallow.




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7 comments:

ordinaryjanet said...

that is so cute! I can't imagine Spot laying that close to a fire, though-he'd rather lay in snow.

Does Mabel like her marshmallows burnt?

CreekHiker said...

Janet,

I don't like mine burnt so I naturally don't burn hers. She doesn't seem to mind if it's a little burnt though.

ordinaryjanet said...

You know, I don't think Spot's ever had a marshmallow. I don't like them, except when they're roasted over a fire, and it's been a long, long time. I keep meaning to drag out the tiny little grill-I think I will make it a resolution to do that this spring/summer. Then after I cook hamburgers and potatoes I'll see if Spot will eat a marshmallow.

CreekHiker said...

Janet, I don't know if I'd be tempted by a marshmallow if there was a hamburger around....

Velvet Sacks said...

Mabel looks so beautiful and contented in front of the fireplace. Makes me want to fix a cup of hot chocolate and watch the fire with her.

My dogs used to love the occasional mini-marshmallows, right out of the bag, no roasting involved. They were a pretty good training tool (though not good for the teeth).

Lynda Lehmann said...

Mabel has a gorgeous coat. Must be the marshmallows...lol.

I agree, the best part of winter is coming back in the house after being in the outdoors for awhile, and sitting with a cup of coffee or cocoa (or marshmallows) by an open fire.

CreekHiker said...

Lynda, Welcome. My bro-in-law, the dog handler always comments on my dogs coats.

I firmly agree about the cocoa and fire!