Tag Archives: Fur Love
I do not like “Never Forget”. . . it uses two negative words. I prefer “Always Remember.” So, Always Remember and appreciate those that love you; whether they have four legs or two. Thanks to our daughter, Jelly and Miss … Continue reading
Remember, if you open the column in your browser, the pictures will be bigger and can also be further enlarged, providing an enhanced, reading experience. . . It startted with our youngest daughter sending this earlier: Then, I decided it … Continue reading
I have been lazy this week. Well, not really, actually the opposite is true, but I just have not had the time nor energy to be posting much. I’ll probably make up for it this weekend. I came accross this … Continue reading
Most people would think that having four, Black Labs would provide more than enough “fur love” for the average person. Not me. From time to time, my wife and I share the responsibility of “dog-sitting” for the two dogs of … Continue reading
Find a room full of puppies and all your problems will disappear.
The eyes give it away….patience….unconditional love. The good news is that nothing needs to be said… it is a form of “Ministry of Presence” Some days, it is enough just to be there, in the momment. Most dogs have that … Continue reading
A few smiles for those of us that have to work today. Thank you to Mark P. for the pix
Today marks the third birthday of our two “puppies”, Big Red and MacKenzie….brother and sister. Three years and lots of “fur love”. There are probably two dozen posts about them….just put “black labs” in the search box in the upper … Continue reading
We are a dog family. A man, woman, three daughters and four, black labs….we have our own Pack. Just put “Black labs” in the search this blog box and you will see. Here a view out the window of another … Continue reading
No drugs, no counselors, no interventions. Just a little bit of “Fur Love”
Rarely does a day go by that I am not greeted at the door by four, panting tongues and tennis balls being dropped at my feet in the not-so-subtle attempt to remind me it is now time to go out … Continue reading
…Unconditional Love I hope that someday, I can be the man my four dogs think I am.
No other words needed.