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Monday, November 18, 2019

MY BOJON HERITAGE

Happiness is such a beautiful gift. You can have it absolutely free from all around you. Hannah and Jake had the cutest little wedding day. They are cool, cute and casual. Although they moved back to New York state, we keep them close to our hearts. So I thought I would share a few photos from their ceremony,
Happiness is a splendid thing. Look for it all around you and in those you know and love best.
"Don't put the key to happiness in someone else's pocket." Anon. Stop by Happy Tuesday and thank Sandee for hosting and everyone who shares, their slice of happiness on Tuesday!
I said in an earlier post, November is a tough month. Lots of happiness, many sorrows. Sweet little Roxanne left us too soon. She left this earth November 3, 2013. We had her, it seems, for just a brief moment. But she brought us happiness and smiles everyday she spent with us. She would love the puppy crew we have today. She would fit right in. Roxanne we will always miss you sweet girl.
"Man is a dog's idea of what God should be. "Holbrook Jackson
Bandit or Mr. Bandito as Jeremy fondly called his dear canine friend. This is a dapper gentleman photo of Bandit. He lived a long and happy life. He was called home 11-08-2018 to the Rainbow Bridge. I like to imagine him running free and without pain. He has joined many sweet phamily pals and it is hard to imagine he is gone over a year too. "Dogs' lives are too short, their only fault, really." Agnes Sligh Turnbull
Rose went to the Rainbow a week ago on SONday 11-10-19. I am guessing she is running with Bandit and Roxanne and all the precious canine and feline phamily she knew on this earth. "what greater gift than the love of a cat." Charles Dickens
This is a google image of a Welsh Corgi. I told you earlier my friend Angela
who use to host "Tuesday Show and Tail lost her sweet Corgi Jazz last week too. She reminded me that perhaps Jazz her doggy and Rose Nick's cat were chasing each other through heaven. It's a sweet image, I will always treasure. My sis, Mary, lost her kitty Gizmo last week too. It hurt her heart especially because the next day her friend Bev that she has known for 34 years passed too. I don't have a photo of Gizmo but he was a long, lean black panther cat. My sister feels sad even though she has two other felines too.
Here is a google image of a sweet black kitty. I will think of all of these loved canine and feline friends and picture them enjoying their new life.
Love is...I have missed posting here. Funny, but sometime I tune in to DIY shows and see many new homes that only have massive showers and no bathtubs. Do you love bubble baths? I prefer both so I always want to have a tub and shower to share.

Happiness comes in many gifts, look around you. Joy comes from God. Have a beautiful day.

6 comments:

Mevely317 said...

What great photos! I especially love the one with Hannah and Roxanne.
If you don't mind me asking, how is little Logan doing these days?

Brian said...

The newlyweds are sure all smiles, that's wonderful. Yes, that's a lot of loss and a ton of beautiful memories.

Sandee said...

What a lovely couple. I know they are not near you, but they sure do reside in your heart.

I'm sorry for all the four legged losses of late. Seems like there are so many.

I linked this post to Happy Tuesday. Hannah and Jake are a most happy part of this post.

Have a blessed day, Anne. Big hug. ♥

Edna B said...

You've had a lot of loss with your pets. But I do like your positive beliefs that they are all running happy and free in heaven. Our fur babies just don't live long enough. We just have to love them while we have them. Congrats to the newlyweds. I wish them many happy years together. You have a wonderful day my friend, hugs, Edna B.

pilch92 said...

I am so sorry for the loss of Rose and Gizmo. And all the other losses too. They leave pawprints on our hearts forever. XO

Theresa said...

Great pictures of the wedding! I know you will keep them close in heart and the internet helps with the distance. Prayers for you as you remember all those lost. HUGS