We have had our share of snow lately! It seems like a lot, with two blizzards back to back, especially since we've had some pretty mild winter weather up till now. Last year was even warmer. These storms were a reminder that we live in the midwest. And you never know what will hit.
The Puppeesh are confused about where they should potty, but seem to enjoy running around in the snow while I freeze waiting for them to make up their minds about whether they will actually do anything or save it till they come inside.
Why did I decide to have winter pups??? Oh, that's right, they are so durn cute I couldn't resist them last fall, even knowing that winter housebreaking might break me.
It would have been much more enjoyable if we'd been smart enough to shovel a walk way to the hot tub. Look at how deep it was on the steps! I wore my boots out there, and balanced on the edge trying to get them off, getting my robe nice and soggy as I wobbled and almost slipped in the water with one boot on.
We had the best time laughing and splashing as the flakes fell on us.
The way back in to the house was better, since we were all toasty and rosy from the hot water, the snow barely bothered me, so I carried my boots and barefooted it quickly inside.
He certainly had plenty of snow to work with. Two blizzards in a week?
Tami gave me the following info, and I looked it up on Ebay with this and saw one listed for $35. Tami is a Button Expert. Thanks for the help, Tami!!
(I don't do ebay myself, so I will put it in my Etsy shop for much less. )
Your button is a chinaman, possibly Dr. Fu Manchu. He was a fictional villain character in the novels series by Sax Rohmer in the early 20th ca. The button design and materials can easily date this button around the time of his novels. The button material appears to be Celluloid; however, the base of the button might be Celluloid acetate. The face itself is Celluloid.