I do so hope Wrangler will find a good home too. He certainly deserves one! Don't you think he maybe needs to come and live with you?! Go and give him a visit over at the Helen Woodward Animal Shelter, but don't say I didn't warn you. He's sure to wrangle his way into your heart too!
Our evening in Rancho Santa Fe was not only filled with adorable pets looking for homes, but pet lovers galore. I thought I'd take a moment to post a few of my new pet pillows for you to see. It's so crazy, but this first one, the Bear Dog, looks awfully similar to Wrangler. Don't you agree? Heck, I sure do have black and white dogs on the brain!
I couldn't resist including just one birdie pillow... The secret is that I can't go on to other things until I get those birdies out of my system. Somewhat sick but true. Now you know why birds get top billing for my subject matter!
And lastly, the recap. Well, we've been a bit sad of late. My father in law passed away last night. My husband, Greg, had to fly to Denver on emergency mid-week, and after three tough days in hospice care, George made his transition last evening. This is the first parent we've lost, between Greg and I, and it seems as though we've reached a new stage in life... At least George lived a good long life, and was generally full of beans up until the end. So, with a prayer and a sigh, and a wish that the angels take good care of George, and bring him peace and solace in his afterlife. xo to all the Heberts in Colorado. I'm sending off lots of love until my Greg comes back to us, we hope very soon.