Aug 28, 2019
We have missed everyone so much.
I regret not being able to post as much as I would like to due to working a 6-day work week now on a steady basis.
We are all well although we have had a scare with Amber's health. She is doing fine now and I will try to post about it soon.
Meanwhile I couldn't let Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day go by without paying tribute to all the very special dogs that have been in my life over the last 70 years. Last year's post pretty much says it all so I am posting it again with all my love.
Today is a very special day as we remember all the pets we have loved and lost over the years.
This year I would like to share the same photo I have used in the past. Thankfully there have been no additions to the photo this year.
(The photo above includes every dog that has been in my life. This is a time span of nearly 70 years. Each one of them has a story to tell and they will always live on in my heart. You can visit each one of them at:
Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day was founded in 2015 by Deborah Barnes, President of the Cat Writers’ Association and award-winning author and blogger at Zee & Zoey’s Cat Chronicles in tribute to her Ragdoll cat, Mr. Jazz, who she had to say goodbye to on August 28, 2013. She shared the journey of letting him go in her critically acclaimed book, Purr Prints of the Heart – A Cat’s Tale of Life, Death, and Beyond and decided to create the day in his honor as a way for others across the world to share memories of their own pets they had loved and lost.
A special THANK YOU to Deb for creating this wonderful day of Remembrance.
I would also like to remember all the special pets of Blogville lost during 2019.
We will never FURget you.
Apr 21, 2019
Sure have been missing everyone!
Mommy was able to help me on the puter while she was on a leave of absence from work during December and January because of a pulled muscle in her shoulder. BUTT then she went back to work and my blog got neglected again.
Bad Bad Bad
Sad Sad Sad
Sure wish I wasn't blind so I could paw my own posts.
Mommy sends her love and all us pups do too.
We wish everyone a very Happy Easter and
Jan 27, 2019
HAP-PEE BIRTHDAY TO US...
HAP-PEE BIRTHDAY TO US...
HAP-PEE BIRTHDAY HAP-PEE BIRTHDAY
HAP-PEE BIRTHDAY TO US!
Today be our Birthday.
We's 15 Years Old today!
Mommy tried real hard to get a picture of us enjoying our cake.
She Failed Big Time
We swallowed our cake so fast... before she even picked up the camera.
Anyway, here we are at 15 Years Old
So instead of looking at this year's pictures, here are some pictures of our past birthdays.
We missed pictures for Birthday #11 and Birthday #14
Now for your puppy fix....
Here we are during our FURst year with Mommy and Daddy!
Me with Sissy Angel
(who is an Angel now)
Max with our brother,
Me was a Wild Child back then
always beating up Brudder Max.
(Me still beats up Brudder Max)
(Fifteen Years is a lot of years)
Click HERE for our personal page on Mommy's website.
Jan 21, 2019
Just a little Weenie pup stopping by to say
Hope no buddy is frozen in the North country.
Still nice and warm at my house.
Here is little blind me in case you forgotted what I look like.
And another one of ME
I may be blind BUTT just look at my tail wagging!
Here is Brudder Max and ME
Boy is he gettin' GREY!
Here is Brudder Max and Shelby
What are you doing to her, Max?
(I'm photo bombing with a nap in the background)
And here is Lexi Broken Jaw with her Santa and Annie in the photo bomb position.
And finally all of us waiting for Dad to pass out the treats.
See my tail on the lower right?
Guess I was looking the wrong way since I can't see anything anymore. I still got my treat though.
And guess what!
After 6 long years Mommy finally updated her own website (with all of us as the stars of course).
If you gots the time on a snowy Monday, check it out and find out what's been going on in our lives over the last six years. If you have Internet Explorer, you can hear the music and watch the one video that is on the page. For some reason, the other browsers won't play the music or show the video.
Here is the linky.
Be careful out there this winter and please don't get your paws wet!