Yep, if Finley had waited another day, it had been Ranger’s one year “Anniversary” crossing the rainbow bridge. Ranger was such a great dog. Here are a few photos of Ranger.
It has been a year, since Finley walked across the rainbow bridge to meet his buddy Ranger on the other side. Yes, it has been a year already. And it is still very hard for us to accept that he’s not with us anymore. *sigh* … I made a little collage of remembering Finley.
R.I.P. Best cat, who thought he was a dog!
Since we had a holiday on Wednesday, the week went by quick. But it was very busy. I’m glad the weekend has arrived. And now, we all can chill. On the other hand, Chewbacca looked at me like: “What??? It’s already Friday, again? Daddy will work in the kitchen. And he will make too many noises sanding the cabinets. Oh boy, there goes my weekend!” 😀
Sneaky Joshua got out the door, when Sara let the dogs in the backyard this morning. First he checked out the neighbor’s yard. But when he heard Sara playing outside, he came right back. Two birds sat on our roof. Joshua wouldn’t be a cat, if he was not on one of his hunting sprees. So, he climbed up the tree and jumped on top the roof. Of course, the birds were smart and flew off. Joshua used the opportunity of his freedom and stayed on a roof a little bit longer, before he came done the tree and jumped in my arms.
After a busy week: Sara got her new Jiu Jitsu belt; ducklings and a mouse; and Sara having a dance performance in the Senior Citizen Center; we are taking it easy this Sunday. The girls play with their peers outside. And Kevin is still sore from yesterday’s Half-Marathon, he ran in Frisco. The pets snuggle with us on the dining room furniture, while we watch TV. This upcoming week is more relaxed, before we all get busy in the following week again.
After a few cool mornings, Chewbacca enjoys basking in the sun, this Wednesday afternoon. The warm rays feel so good on his fur, while he’s being lazy lying on his lawn chair.
Joshua slipped out the patio door, this afternoon. And the first thing he did, was rubbing all the Winter itchies out and all the good great smell of Spring into his fur. “Spring feels sooo goood! When you gonna grill more chicken for me?” he asked with this particular look in his eyes, when he came around from behind the grill.