Today is a very sad day for me.
It’s the first anniversary of Chelsea’s death.
I’m not going to write a long post about this, as it’s hard enough to even do this. Chelsea has her own page on this site and I’m still building it bit by bit over time so that it will be a sort of biography of her life with me. You can click on the menu bar above – called simply Chelsea – and find out about some of her life.
I’ll be posting more soon along with some more pictures.
Let’s take a break from the pack for a moment and look at some of the lighter moments of owning a dog!
We have two little Yorkies and they are great fun. The girl, Daisy is a full pedigree and can be very bossy and willful. The boy, Ronnie is a cross with longer legs than normal and the agility of a cat. In fact, he’s got his own lens over at Squidoo, called Strange Dog (not any more – squidoo ceased to be in 2014.
Here they are:
As you can see, they are as cute as can be! That’s Ronnie on the left. That photo was taken last year while we were up at my mountain almond farm north of Malaga.
Ronnie has an amazing ability to jump unbelievably high for his size and to be able to land softly just like a cat. In fact, he was a rescue dog and we are convinced he was brought up by cats because of the amazing acrobatic feats he pulls off – I can be sitting on a kitchen chair and he’ll jump into my lap and land so softly I hardly know he’s there – very un-dog like!
He also has mad half hours where he tears around the house at full pelt like a demented thing dodging chair and table legs jumping over foot-stools and any other obstacles that get in his way! He can even run and jump onto the back of the sofa which is quite high. Strange dog indeed!