Friday, August 7, 2020

Yard Zoomies and Toys!

Having fun with Luna.  She makes us laugh.


Luna has the yard zoomies!


Enjoying a new found toy.  

Sunday, July 19, 2020

Introducing Luna

The face of this sweet girl called out for a home - our home...

This is her shelter photo after her rescue by SoulDog from a Navajo Indian Reservation.


We drove to see her in Ft. Lupton and her face had already worked its magic on me.  The clincher was that she was rescued on the day she was to be put down (overcrowding) - June 24th.

We met and brought her home July 19th - one month after Blue left us.



These are some first photos of Luna with us.











Saturday, July 18, 2020

The Rainbow Bridge is Real


It has been a month now that Blue left us for the rainbow bridge.

How quiet the house has been.   How bittersweet to see dog beds and bowls empty.  Of course we remember with a smile, all the times he used them, but now they are empty and tug at our heart. Your collar lies on the edge of your bed.

We know he is still around us.  He made that clear on the day of our anniversary.  We drove to the mountains but he must have came with us.   We think he left us in the week of our anniversary so we'd never forget him - as if we would.

The river running thru the town of our destination was the Blue River.   We took photos near the river sitting on a rock that was grey, white, and black like his fur.    We went to the Christmas store in town where Christmas music played in the background of the store.  About 1 minute into our shopping it struck us that the song had switched to play "Blue Christmas".    Of course we had to get a dog bone shaped ornament that we had personalized as "Blue Without You". 

As we finished up our anniversary dinner, I got a text that Blue's ashes were ready for pick up at the VRCC (emergency vet).  We nodded to each other that he'd want to be home to celebrate.

As we drove down from the mountains, a beautiful rainbow proceeded us and much to our delight, positioned itself over the VRCC sign and building.

OK buddy.   Thanks for showing us that indeed the rainbow bridge is real, our furkids stay with us, and you will always be only a fond thought away.

Rainbow over the building and sign of the emergency vet where we were last with Blue


Purple bag with Blue's belongings



Urn, paw print,fur clipping, and nose print of Blue





Saturday, June 6, 2020

Remote Churching Makes It "Take your dog to church day"!

I'm counting it as a positive thing that because church services are virtual, I can take my dog to church.  My sweet Blue dog enjoys his tummy rubs and he not ashamed to ask for more.






Saturday, January 18, 2020

Grandma’s Coming

Blue will always keep me company as I put on my shoes and socks. Add in telling him that grandma is coming and he is excited. Such a lover boy.