Aug 28, 2019

No Longer In Our Lives But Always In Our Hearts--Repost

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.