Thursday, January 27, 2011

Things You See On A Walk, Only In Florida!


As previously mentioned, Lucy & I have been taking lots of walks around our new neighborhood. She wanted me to share her new digs with you all, so this morning we set out with "dat darn flashy ting"... Here we are, all ready to go.


Florida grass smells so good, or maybe it's just been so long since we've seen green grass that we're trying to take it all it at once!

"OOh, Ma! Looks! Wooter, and lots of its! Can I goes for a swim?"

"Ahh, Lucy? Do you see the sign you're standing next to? Let me read it to you, baby!"

"What's an alleygaater? Is dat a bad ting? Why do you haves dat silly looks on your face, ma? You looks a little panicky!"

I have a pretty strong feeling that Lucy and I won't be dipping our feet in that lake even on the hottest of summer days!

12 comments:

  1. haha seems normal to me...but that's probably bc ive lived in south floriday my entire life

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  2. OoH My Dogness! Lucy Lou you must be very very careful down in
    Floor-E-Da...'kay?

    Woofs and Licks,
    Maggie Mae

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  3. Holy cow... Alligators???? Scaaaaarrrry!

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  4. Looks like Lucy is enjoying that warm weather! Hope she doesn't feel the need for a swim.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Kendra & Bella

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  5. "Do not feed or approach the alligators" I can live with Lucy looks like not a bit concerned

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  6. I have family in Florida and alligators LOVE to snatch a dog. PLEASE be careful with Lucy. She's got a lot of "sweet meat"! LOL! My family lived on a lake for 20 years and gators can also climb fences. Other than that- enjoy the weather!

    Mamma Heartbeat

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  7. I am strange... the snakes scare me more... Be careful!

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  8. Alligators... Not sure if I'd give trade snow for alligators. And we hate the snow.

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  9. We run from lizards. Alligators would blow our tiny minds.

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  10. Yeah, I wouldn't be dipping my toes in there either. I'm afraid of large bodies of water (I must've drowned in a previous life or something!) and I'm deathly afraid of snakes.

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