I was reminded of this admonishment while out on my pre-lunch stroll today - every pile of (by now) grubby snow seemed to have been decorated by the local canine tribe. Of course, in days of yore, it was quite acceptable to grab a handful of fresh snow to slake your thirst; nowadays, not so much!
The fire is lit and I am snuggled under a blanket to watch tennis from sunny and warm Australia. Talk about living vicariously through others antics!
I certainly remember that being said a great deal while I was growing up.ReplyDelete
I didn't hear it until coming to Canada - it took me a while to make the connection!Delete
I used to hate seeing just how many dogs had peed on the path we walked everyday to primary school - too many- ugh!ReplyDelete
At least we don't have to worry about the other deposits left by the local pooches. Their owners are pretty good about picking up after their pets.Delete
Yuk, a great reminder to us all.ReplyDelete
LOL - yes there is an abundance of yellow snow out there.ReplyDelete
The longer the snow lingers, the worse it gets!Delete