Oh what a glorious day
We have a fairly large family, there were five of us children. I have some of the fondest memories of Christmas. One of them is the book, The Night Before Christmas pictured below. We grew up with this wonderful book and it is torn, tattered, written in, smudged. It is still very sentimental to me.
Yesterday we said goodbye to our sweet Great Pyrenees. Everyone at the animal hospital fell in love with him also. Not a dry eye was found on anyone. I appreciate their kind and excellent care. He was stricken with a sickness that he could not come back from. We will miss our dear chicken protector, pet and friend.
Chewy had such a loving, sweet, loyal manner about him, yet that very protective side.
I have never owned such a sweet dog with such a wonderful personality. He will be missed.
Also a goodbye to my oldest hen Cora
She left us this week also.
Cora was a wonderful layer and a hen with such a personality, she was one that didn't want
Motley Crow her rooster to have any other hens and never let him forget it....
A post in the archives about Cora and her Motley Crow
click Here to read.
I don't know how my grandparents did this farm animal life. I guess they just took it all in stride and went on. I have a habit of making every animal my pet naming them, singing to them...oh well
We have other hens and will get another dog. It won't be Chewy but just the same I know he will be loved and enjoyed.