Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Remembering Sherman One Year Later

It is hard to believe Sherman crossed the bridge one year ago.  It seems like it was yesterday, but at the same time ages ago.  When we walked this morning I was telling Norm how Uncle Sherm would pull and bounce at one portion of our walk.  At the park Dad thought how he would play keep away with the tennis balls.  Dad thinks of how Sherm tried to get up to be with us, that last day we visited.  
Sherman's At The Marathon Hospital
Then of course there was Sherm playing at Angel Paws.  How we chased around the yard.  I am playing the same game with Norm now in the yard.  There are so many happy memories of the big guy.
Sherman Showing Gemini Around Our Back Yard

Gemini & Sherman Sharing The Dog Bed

Dad and I look at Norm.  We are amazed how big he has gotten.  Not sure where the small puppy has gone.  He doesn't try to sleep under the bed anymore.  Norm is almost as tall as me.  I'm sure he will be taller than me on his Barkday.
Gemini & Normandy Sharing The Bed
Dog Speed,



Sheltie Times said...

What beautiful memories.

StevieGrrrWonder said...

Doggies and kitties come and go in our lives. Some we miss more than others, but all hold a special place in our heart. Sherman was a character, for sure. Now there's Norm. He sure is getting big. I knew there'd come a day when he got so big he couldn't hide under the bed, but, then again, there's no reason to hide anymore. He's part of permanent pack and loved very much!

Dawn said...

It's good to remember. They were all such great dogs!

Collie222 said...

I’m sorry to read of your loss. Was it unexpected? These collies sure bring us joy while in our lives, and such heartbreak when they leave us!