Friday, December 19, 2008

Scottish Word of the Week Dec, 19

Luka messing around in the snow

No snow here, but its pretty windy out. The bins are having races down the street again :p

The first time Luka saw snow we had to push him out the door. The second time we couldn't get him inside. Looked out the windows and all we could see was flying snow from him running circles around in it :p When we took him for walks, his nose was buried in the snow all the way down to the lake, and all the way back home. He didn't even stop for a cookie, there must have been something really smelly about the snow? He was always an odd puppy. I miss snow, but miss the dog more.

Scottish word of the week:
1. plook

Answer to the last Scottish word:
1. owergyaan means a scolding or telling off

6 comments:

Serena said...

Awwwwww....how cute!

Tweed Delights said...

Ha Ha! I know this one - we use it up here in the Hebrides too :)

Rita said...

What a cutie Luka is!!

We've got plenty of the white stuff after the storm yesterday... and we're getting another storm tomorrow! Gotta love Canada... ;)

Paulette said...

Gracie does that with her nose too.
Luka is a beauty. I'm sorry you are missing him.
I watched the video with you driving, eek, on the wrong side of the road! Very weird to watch, I didn't hear you swear as I didn't have sound.LOL

Jennifer Rose said...

he is very cute, and uses it to his advantage :p thanks Serena :)

shh don't tell ;)

Oh Canada, Our home and...meh don't remember the rest lol Dad's area was supposed to get a lot too. Stay warm!

lol good thing the sound was off then :p It took me a long time to get use to being on the other side of the road. If I did drive I'm sure I would have hit something :p

leslie said...

Plook...the sound a small rock makes when you drop it into a lake. Derivitive of ploosh.

Luka looks like he's thanking you for all the fun white stuff. You did put that all there just for him, right? :)