Miracle On Snowy Moose Lane

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

 

“Could a greater miracle take place than for us to look through each other’s eyes for an instant?”
 

 
  MaggieMoose is all about the moose family since she’s part moose and a connoisseur of twigs like her moose family. A dear friend sent us an email with some snowy moose photos. Woo Hoo! We were loving these images. A miracle indeed to see an albino moose in nature. The email stated these moose photos were taken north of the Wisconsin border near Marenisco, MI. No credit (that we could see) was given for the photographer, but we thank them whoever they are. WOOF! WOOF!
 

 
 
Maggie appreciates other’s uniqueness since she is precious herself. She loves to look through another’s eyes and step into their hooves or paws. Maggie thinks it improves one’s vision on life and shows all the pawsabilities! After all, Maggie is a little snowy and a little brown. Her coat has both colors. For me, Miss Maggie is my miracle as I look through her eyes to see what I have never seen before. Maggie recommends trying this, just for an instant, you might be surprised when two snowy moose show up! MaggieMoose calls it living with moose size pawsabilities! WOOF! WOOF!
 

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8 thoughts on “Miracle On Snowy Moose Lane

  1. How lovely to see Albino Moose – great to hide in the winter but they do stand out without the snow!

  2. Vicki

    its a good lesson.. I wonder how that moose ever reached maturity.. good target for predators and hunters.

  3. Moose that are white – amazing – thanks for sharing! Happy Friday:)

  4. That is the coolest Moose ever ! Actually at first glance, I thought it was Maggie with a white moose, then was promptly corrected. Thanks for sharing.

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