This is what I feel like today. It was around 9 degrees F. overnight. The pump on Our furnace went out.

Thank goodness the peeps have at least one friend. Who replaced the pump for Us.

Thank you oh man of heat. We’re good now.

What You Learned Today:

  • The Polar Vortex hasn’t left. Yet.
  • As much as We hunker down, I still love to walk in the white stuff.
  • It’s really powdery so I don’t get snowball feet.
  • Sweet!
  • Y’all stay warm now, ‘ya hear?

About The Scottie Chronicles

Winston welcomes you to The Scottie Chronicles - a dog blog that began in 2009 as a voice for Stuart, a more than memorable black, brindle and white Scottish Terrier who captured hearts around the world. Stuart passed suddenly in December 2015 from cardiac hemangiosarcoma, a nasty cancer that took him far too early. He would have been 11 years old in March 2017. The Scottie Chronicles is dedicated to Stuart and the joy he shared with everyone who met him or saw him from afar. If you love Scotties, please follow along. Arroooo!
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39 Responses to Brrrrrrrrrrrr

  1. Teresa says:

    I don’t really like the post but understand. We were without electric for 2 weeks a couple years ago thankfully here in Oklahoma fire places are common in homes. We all sacked out with mom on the floor Mom called it cuddle time!!! Talk about a pack of terriers Mom was a foster mom and so there were plenty of us to pack together and cuddle ( imagine 8 TERRIERS!!!) Glad you have your heat back!!

  2. Brrrrrrr is right! Cuddle time!!!

  3. Kuruk says:

    I would keep you warm with my arctic furs! Woooowooooooo!

  4. It’s GOOD to have friends !!!!

    Hugs, Sammy

  5. Dalton says:

    Looks like you’ve really taken to the snow BOL!

  6. Kyla says:

    Oh yeah, we know about emergencies like that. One year, our well pump went out (we have no city water). No water. It went out late Friday afternoon. Bummer. What was worse was that the date was Dec 24th. At least the pump guy told us how to have water immediately. You have to have a good neighbor. You run a hose from an outside faucet at their house to an outside faucet at yours. Turn on the faucets and you have a temporary solution. They were out of town for the holiday but gave us permission (they were driving-thank goodness for cell phones). A couple of years later we had to return the favor. Having small adapters that take two male ends of a hose is necessary.

  7. Yay for such a friend. Please stay warm and comfy now Stuart

  8. looks like snowmagedon hit you Stuart

  9. A friend who can do that feat of magic is a very special person. Thank goodness you are all warm again!

  10. Brrrrr. I hate the words “polar vortex” now!! I want some of that global warming stuff.

  11. susieandsidebite says:

    Glad you didn’t go to long without that heat, oh we would have frozen Scottie-Tude, stay warm Stuart, its’ nice here but starting tomorrow it goes back into the freezer with 2 to 4 inches of snow starting Monday!

    The Mad Scots

  12. Edgar says:

    phew! glad you had a friend to help out!

    Edgar and his mum

  13. Piper MacT says:

    -12°C is a bit nippy, especially if you aren’t used to it. Glad that you and your peeps managed to stay warm.


    We are glad that you have good neighbors to help you. Hopefully it will warm up soon. We also know about being without the necessities of life. Hurricanes can do you in. We had three in a two year period and we were without electricity for 8 days. It was no fun.

  15. fozziemum says:

    Stuart that’s cold….thank goodness for the fire guy! no worries here the heats never going off…’s a stinker out there today….11am and already 39c…..sending some heat my friend will trade for snow 😉 hugs Fozziemum xxx

  16. Jazzi says:

    Wow!!! That is cold. We all hate the cold too

  17. Finley Rose says:

    Oh my dog, dat is coldddddddd!! Stay warm… I likes ta dive unner da blankies myself…

  18. Whitley says:

    Brrrr! Stay warm!

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