Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Barkday at the Dog Park

First - we apologize for our assistant's lack of time management skills. For some reason, she seems to think that blogging is not at the top of her list of things to do.

Second - thanks to everyone for my barkday wishes!!!

Here are some of the videos and pics that Dad took when we went to the dog park on Monday.

We had the park to ourselves

Princess Eva always has a thick coat but during the winter, she has enough fur for at least two more dogs

Brice likes to get snow on his snooter

Silly Dad actually thought that he needed to ask if we wanted to go to the park

Doing Zoomies!!

And more Zoomies. Brice and I usually zoomie in circles because he's faster so he runs bigger circles than me.

Thanks for stopping by. We're going to sit on Momma until she visits each your blogs.

Woof ya later,
Princess Eva & Brice

Monday, December 21, 2009

Eva's Barkday!!!!

Today is Princess Eva's 6th birthday!!!!!

Sadly, Momma is at work so she can't help us celebrate but Dad stayed home with us today. We know that there will be special treats involved but not sure what else.

We hope to be back later with a more current picture if blogger will cooperate.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Another star will shine tonight

After living a long and much loved life, Khyra's sibe-sister, Kyrye, has made the journey to the rainbow bridge. Kyrye did not have her own blog so please go to Khyra's blog to offer your support during this difficult time.

We'll be lighting a candle tonight in Kyrye's honor and watching for her star.

Message From Valhalla

You were with me to the very end and even after I had "gone" you held me,
and as my soul left my body and I looked down and saw you crying,
I wanted so much to tell you that I understood. You did this for me.

I tried to tell you in my own way that it was time for me to leave,
and I thank you for understanding. No other will take my place,
but those I left behind will need your love and affection as I have had.

You still think of me, and there are times you try to hide your tear-filled eyes....
but please...be happy and think not of sadness,
but of how I made you happy and made you laugh at the funny and smart things I did.

There are no fences in Valhalla, for no one has the desire to "dig out".

There are no thunderstorms in Valhalla, therefore fear is never present.

There are no fights in Valhalla. Everyone is congenial.

There is no hunger. There is no thirst. There is much to explore.
Many of us who are older take care of the little ones and guide them.
It's fun watching them run with their ears flopping and their curly tails wagging.

We have four seasons in Valhalla, and most of us agree, winter is our favorite.

So you see, my loved one, I am very happy...

When it comes time for my friends to leave,
I will meet them at the gates of Valhalla,
and I will acquaint them with this beautiful and serene place,
and I will take care of them for you.

Thank you for loving me, caring for me, and having the courage to let me go with dignity.

Jane S. Morris