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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Celebrate the Small things....

Hi everyone,
How was your week? I hope you're celebrating lots of good stuff. Be sure to stop by lexaCain.blogspot.com to see what Lexa and her blogging partners have to say. I hope Lexa is feeling better.
Here's what we're celebrating this week:

  • Helping my sister-in-law with a little project/
  • A visit from our neighbor and his little dog-Our neighbor found out we lost our very special dog recently so he brought his little dog to visit. She's adorable and she wanted to stay. We miss Elliott a lot,but we keep picturing him having fun in Heaven the way he couldn't here.
  • I started reviewing a book. Just haven't been too cheerful without Elliott, but still working on that.
  • A Skype chat with my sister, who recently moved away.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.
website: www.childrensbookswithlifelessons.com

8 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear you've lost your dog, losing a pet is so painful. Good luck with your book review.

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  2. Thank you Laura. We had Elliott for 13.5 years, so we are very blessed. He was the best ever. But we gave him the very best life we could.
    I hope you have a great weekend.

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  3. Aww, so sweet of your neighbor to bring their darling dog over. I am sorry again for the loss of your sweet Elliott. Take care!

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  4. Yes, it was very sweet and maybe she thought if she waited Elliott would come play with her. But when our son brings Georgie to visit, they can play together. Their little dog's name is Machula, spanish for my cutie, I think.
    I hope you have a great weekend. Give Clancy a pat for us and thank you for thinking of Elliott. I might write a story about him sometime.

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  5. Glad you enjoyed a visit from your neighbors dog. Losing a pet is always hard and takes time to adjust to. Hope you are enjoying your weekend.

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  6. It's taking me a while to adjust, but I"m doing my best.
    Hope you have a fun weekend too, Suzanne. Always love hearing from you.

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  7. It takes a while to get over the passing of our beloved pets. They love us unconditionally!!! Take care, Deanie.

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  8. It does for sure, Cathrina. We had Elliott longer than any of our others, so maybe that's why it's a little harder.Hope you're enjoying the weekend. :) Always fun to hear from you. xo

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