Thought I would join Jess’s Dogs of Blogs photo challenge today with a couple of pictures of my own doglet, Radar. He is a rescue companion, but not certain if he was rescued or if he rescued me. A mix of several breeds, Radar probably has some Miniature Pinscher and a dash of Dachshund plus… Continue reading Radar–The Mighty Defender
People, I’ve lost people…and lovable, loving pets. Friends, family, enemies (hopefully), doglets. Some I have run from screaming with delight. Some I’ve neglected. Others have deserted me, unexpectedly. How dare them! No one is to blame for the terminated relationships, maybe. Perhaps it is a mutual decision, perhaps it is lack of attention on my part… Continue reading What I’ve Lost
An era ended this week. My 18-year-old doglet made her final journey to the vet, and drifted out of this lifetime in the arms of my sister. Paula volunteer to be Chili’s carrier for this trip since I’m out of the country. And I am grateful for her offer. Chili, as you may know, was… Continue reading End of an Era
I love this guy’s apparel, so thought I would share it with you. Every well-dressed doglet should have a hoodie. The sleeves may need a bit of altering…
Hi Folks, I’m Chili, Margo’s adored and adorable doglet, who gets to report on the comings and goings around our house during the past year. My human (that being Margo) has had some highs and lows in the past 12 months and I have been a silent observer watching all the chaotic activities… Continue reading Chili’s 2017 Christmas Diatribe
A sharp, piercing cry, and she was gone. My 6-pound loveable doglet Jasmine died. Suddenly. Unexpectedly. Quickly. And I hate it. She was an adorable little princess. Full of energy. Lively. And an insistent ‘hold me all the time’ companion. The blow of grief struck my heart as I held her limp body and cried… Continue reading 6 Pounds of Love
I have a new job, or at least I’m hoping this is a short-term, part-time, once in a life time duty…and not a career! When recruited for this task, I was not given a job title, just a ‘tool’ to use in the performance of said task. And the tool had no name either. So,… Continue reading But I’m Not Qualified for This Job!
My 16-year-old doglet Chili seems secure sharing a chair with my brother-in-law. See more examples of the Daily Post prompt ‘Security’. https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/security/