Sunday, February 3, 2008

Kansas Condolences

Great Niece Essex and Great Great Nephew Deacon,

I am sure proud of how you cared for your Dad. My family wants to send our condolences. I am sure Mac, Honey and Sam met your Dog Dad's mother at the Rainbow Bridge. You did well guys. All the strength a person needs can sometimes be found in the eyes of a Collie and your Dad knows that.

During the college bowl games, we were rooting for different teams. Here I am with Mom supporting our LSU Tigers. Geaux Tigers.

Woofs and Sniffs

Great (Great) Uncle Bobby

Bobby sez Geaux LSU Tigers.

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Great (Great) Uncle Bobby,

Thanks for the kind words, all of us appreciate them. We helped Dad through all this. Dad was running a fever of 103 degree Fahrenheit on Wednesday. Essex watched over Dad, sniffing, staying near by and made a few whining noises. Dad sure has been resting a lot trying to shake the bug.

We got back Saturday and have been real busy. Dad was tired from traveling and being sick. He did take us to Angel Paws before we went home. Quite a guy in our book. He wanted to reward us for our good behavior at the hotel and all the time in the vehicle. Below are some more pictures of us enjoying the Ohio snow.

Woof Ya,

Essex & Deacon

Essex gazes ever forward.

Our good friends Hattie (top) and Cassie

Cassie, Deacon and the Red Ball

"Curses foiled by the Red Baron, again"

3 comments:

Jake of Florida said...

Glad you're back, pals. We missed you. And we hope your Dad is feeling better.

Jake and Just Harry

Orable & Charlie said...

Back in the snow - what fun you must be having! Good to see you pretty collies have not lost your sense of wild adventure!

lickies
-Charlie

Pacco de Mongrel said...

send my regards to ur daddy...i hope he get well soon...