January 25, 2015

Seize the Snow

Yesterday we received our first significant snowfall of 2015.  

And Rosie couldn't wait to bolt outside
and do the "Crazy Dog Run"
around the yard.

 A great reminder to live each day with passion.

 "We have a finite amount of time.  
Whether short or long, it doesn't matter.  
Life is to be lived."  - Randy Pausch


Rosie definitely knew how to seize the day!

I hope your week is filled with just as much enthusiasm!

Are you remembering to live in the moment?

12 comments:

  1. I sure miss the snow. My family in Pa are supposed to be getting six inches of this stuff on Monday. Enjoy the snow!

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  2. LOVE this!! Rosie was sure enjoying herself...our Neena was the same way! Looks like we are in for a lot more come tomorrow night!!

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  3. my golden was enjoying our snow in kentucky too. but I did not get any great pics like yours. sheila@mykentuckyliving

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  4. We are supposed to get big snows this weekend and in the South, we're never well prepared…out to stock up this morning! Happy Monday!

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  5. Good for you Rosie! And good for us by being reminded of the fact!

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  6. How cute is she!! Talk about seizing the day!! I will remember that tomorrow when the blizzard reaches us! Hope you and your family are all warm and cozy this evening Shelley.

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  7. Such good thoughts to remember! I need to be more like Rosie!!!

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  8. So cute! I think this is the best part of having pets. They are constant reminders to live in the now. Stay warm!

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  9. Great photos...Rosie is gorgeous!

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  10. Please post a link about Randy Pausch for those that haven't heard of him. Great pics!

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    1. Thanks - and good idea Tammie. I will add a link to his bio under his quote!
      Shelley

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