Sunday, December 6, 2015

It's Not Drinking Alone if the Dog is Home

It's been two days, many hours, and several thumb and hard drives, but I think I have all of the Barkley photos gathered up in one spot. For those who grew to love him here, as I did, I hope you enjoy this. I know I laughed and cried a bit as I worked on this. Some of the pictures are of things in The Book of Barkley - and a few are photos you have never seen.

Click on the link here to share some  Barkley Memories


12 comments:

  1. Barkley was a wonderful dog who complimented and was complimented by a wonderful human.

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    1. Thank you - I wish I hadn't have had my wisdom teeth pulled that weekend you were in my neighborhood so you could have met him.

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  2. The Lovely Bride has been telling me I should sign up on Pinterest for months. I reckon she might be just a little bit psychic. .

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  3. I'll scroll through them with my beer tonight :-). Also, thanks for the jibjab last week. That was cute

    Have a very merry Christmas !!

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    1. Glad you liked your card. I had some laughs and a few tears with this little project and hope all of you like it.

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  4. Indeed. Having met him and cared for him and had him essentially live at hour home, he was as welcome in my home as you were.

    We miss him to this day.

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    1. You were his family, as you are mine. Hope things settle down with aging parents where we can get together soon, this year has been crazy.

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  5. I will have to go thru them all. I will have time, seeing as how monkey1 brought home the Capt. Tripps plague and lovingly shared it with all of us here. My doc was kind and gave me the steroid shot, the Zpack, and the codeine. At least I can breathe now and will sleep.

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  6. Grrreat pics! He was something else!

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  7. Love your Barkley pics. There are a few once in a life time dogs, and we have been blessed to have known them...

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