Friday, March 5, 2010

Froot Bat Friday

She did it.  "Gimme some frooooot baaaaat". But she got no frooooot baaaaat.  Last night I was froot batting all over the place only she didn't have a camera.  As far as I'm concerned, she missed her chance. hehe

In other news, the snow thief has been busy this week.  Our snow used to be about a cat-and-a-half high.  Now it's only about a half-a-cat high.  BUT, the best part is that it's super icy because of all the melting and freezing.  Check out these beauties:


Yummy deliciousness.
Have a great weekend, everybuddy!



  1. Oh, more ice to chomp! Yum!

    Our streets and sidewalks are bare now, but of course the big snow banks from the plows will take a while to melt. Still, Spring is almost here!

    Have a fun weekend!

  2. Our snow is leaving really fast, just patches here and there. Do you like to munch on ice Titus?

  3. Titus you should get the tasty ice while you can - it will be gone very soon! We hope you enjoy it while it is still there!

  4. Snikhkering!

    Yes, she missed her chance!

    If woo go outside, woo khan hear me khrying about my snow!

    Khyra & Khousin Merdie

  5. Well I think that you have some good froot batting going on there as you look outside!

  6. Are you watching for Khyra to come visiting Titus?

  7. This is a very handsome picture of you Titus. Suitable for framing.
    Our snow is melting but we still have about a cat high of snow in the front of our house.


  8. We agree that that is a really lovely photo of you, Titus!

    lad you're enjoying the icicle snacks!


  9. Make the most of the ice before it's all gone Titus.

  10. We can not believe how cold this winter has been, Mr. T! But it 'prolly makes you happy with all that ice!

  11. That ice looks awesome! And we love yoor fruit bats!

  12. Even if you didn't give her any frootbats, that is a great photo of you, Titus. And ice chewies - yummers!!!

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

  13. Amazing things showed up as our snow melted. Cat poops, possum tracks. racoon tracks, and we thing there was a snake track.


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