It’s hard to believe that it’s almost a year since we lost Maggie.
It’s been a long year and we still miss her terribly.
These photos were taken in February 2019, just after her 14th birthday. The one on the left is the one we had done on canvas and is hanging up in the lounge with Barney and Kizzy.
We bought a white Iceberg rose bush in her memory and were thrilled when it bloomed in its first year. It has continued to blossom all year and the other day we noticed yet another flurry of buds.
This morning when I pulled back the curtains, three roses were standing proud and I took these pictures this afternoon.
So beautiful, just like she was.
The roses are absolutely beautiful, and I can’t believe it’s been almost a year. Wow!
Us neither. It seems so recent. She’s always with us though, bless her.
And she always will be ❤️
Oh yes ❤
I understand. The 20th was Rumpy’s birthday and I barely moved save to work.
Oh Jen, I am so sorry. They leave such a massive hole.
I know, and thank you.
Awh! It is hard to be without them, for they make such an impact on our lives! My parent’s are still missing their dear dog as well, and I do too! (((HUGS)))) to you ❤ ❤
Thanks Carolyn. Hopefully it won’t be too long before we have another fur baby, but things have gone on hold there for the minute.
She is not forgotten. Sending you hugs Di.
Thanks Gary ❤
I used to buy rose bushes as memorial gifts for friends who lost family members… I stopped when I was told that “no one does that any more” I’m thinking I should start again….
We were given our pink Ancient Mariner as a house warming gift and the red In Loving Memory when my Mum died. Both were from boating friends. We bought Peace ourselves, and the white iceberg for Maggie because we liked it.
maggie was surely cute
She was beautiful.
She was a lovely, lovely dog. And she’ll be glad to see you again one day. ❤
As I will her Melanie.
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