Monday, January 17, 2011

I know it's been a while...

It's been pretty crazy here. Carmen moved in and had her puppy. He has no fur and we're only allowed to lick his toes, but he's still pretty cool. She brought Reece too, so there was lots of playing to be done. I also had to supervise the digging of the yard.

But I just wanted to share with you that my sweetheart, Echo, went to the rainbow bridge last week. I had a pretty rough time at first, because I was his girl, but now I'm getting better. The mommies have been making sure I eat and feel okay. They are pretty sad though, so I'm trying to do the same for them.

We all loved him very much. He was the best German Shepherd ever.

Love you Echo.

Kisses forever,

Your Dief.


NAK and The Residents of The Khottage Now With KhattleDog! said...

Nice to see woo again -

Saw about the sad news though -

I lost a Siberian pal named Echo just before the end of the year - I wonder if your Echo and my Echo have met yet -

I hope woo will share pikhs of all the fun going on at your place!


D.K. Wall said...

Dief - good to hear from you, but so sorry about your friend Echo.

Ozzie the OZmonster & Zowie said...

fuzzy kisses your way

bbes tribe said...

Good to see you posting but sorry about your friend Echo. We know he has probably met other furiends over the bridge.

Khady Lynn said...

Glad you are back Dief, but such sad news about your friend. Like Khyra said, we also lost a Siberian friend named Echo.

We hope they are all play at the bridge together.

Holly and Khady

Teddy Westlife said...

Oh gosh, sorry to hear about Echo. I hope you are doing better.

Unknown said...

super blog §

sign in mine!

kisses :)

World of Animals, Inc said...

We are happy that Carmen and the new little puppy came to live with you. We can't wait to see photos of the little one. Thanks for sharing the update. Have a fantastic rest of your day.
World of Animals

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