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Sunday, May 27, 2012

Sunday Sundries--Canine Redux

So, as we spend the weekend remembering those who have passed before, we should not be sad. We should rejoice at the good memories and what we've learned from the past.

My much older brother is buried in Arlington Cemetery, real near the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. It was over forty years ago, so the pain has become just an occasional twinge. This brought a smile and a tear to my eye:

The service animals have an important role in our safety too.

While we're remembering people we have lost, we should also remember the pets in our lives we have lost. One of my favorite memories is a Boston Terrier my Aunt Louise and Uncle Bob had. In fact, every time I see a BT, I call it an Uncle Bob Dog, because he'd developed jowls like his pet Tammy.

My brother lost one of his family pets recently. While I only met her briefly, I know she was an important part of his family's life.

Let's lighten things up a bit:

It's a pug pile! They always look happy, don't they? Speaking of happy:

Talking about cats and dogs:

I liked this one too:

While I did have two cats that would fetch as long as it suited them, this made me smile:

Many will be at the beach this weekend:

Unless you have a super dog:

Finally, I'm getting ready to go to work at my "real life" job. Remember those who are serving 24-7:

Have a peaceful and blessed Memorial Day, OK? Take care!