I snatched this picture from Facebook. This was when our precious Dorothy had grown so very tired. Monica knew that Alice totally understood and felt her pain when it was time to finally let her go. Theirs was a beautiful love story - one of those that don't come along too often. She will be loved and remembered by so many of us who knew her.
I love this picture of Douglas playing around with his friend. Except for the blonde hair, he looks SO much like Daddy. I know I have mentioned it before but I have a picture of Daddy when he was about 17 that looks so much like Douglas. My beautiful baby boy. I miss him. I have been missing all of my children - especially since none of them came up this past month like they normally do. I did get to see Page for a few hours when Carmen and Wally stopped by with her on their way down South for their big vacation trip. Sadly, Carmen is still in the hospital but she is improving. There are some things that have to take place before they let her come home. I know she and Wally will be so glad when she feels better and they can be back in their own home. At least they have family there to support them.
Vera was in service and sent me this picture of a Cat Mailbox. She knows how much I do love a sweet cat. It would only stand to reason that I would close today's post with a picture of my beautiful Princess Miya Chula Yum-Yum.
Now I have to ask you, who could look at that beautiful face and not love it? She did not like it at all when the power went out night before last and the temperatures dropped into the low single digits. Dwight said he felt her crawl under the comforter and settle down close to his legs. For once, he didn't kick her out. By the time we woke up a second time, the power was back on. It did take a little while for the house to warm up again but it could have been much worse. I felt so bad for the men and women whose jobs includes them having to be out in weather like that to make sure we have power and other utilities.