Saturday, August 27, 2011

Oh that rainbow bridge......

Many moons ago I was surfing the internet looking for all things Pug. I came across a blog...All Up in the Koolaide aka Alfreds' Mom, a blog. This blog lead me to Ragus Pugs. We followed each others blogs and emailed. Finally we and a bunch of other bloggers met. I survived a 14 hours drive, met some bloggers and lived! Time passed, more blogged, some stopped, babies were born, sweet Pugs passed and Alfred's mom followed her husband to Korea for the Army. Sadly her Pugs Alfred and Holly could not go due to health and age, but Sandy stepped up and they moved in with her. Anyone who knows Sandy knows she has a BIG BIG heart and a real love for the Seniors.

Today Alfred passed. Alfred the first little Pug blog I ever read. God Bless Sandy and her hubby and Chalica who is now mourning Alfred for a second time. Hug your Pugs and each other and remember what a wonderful world we live in and how even with the bad we see and hear about, there are good and wonderful people out there. I consider myself blessed to have had the opportunity to meet many of you and hope to meet many more....

Love to all,


Melissa said...

Oh no :(
Poor Sandy and The Husband. Alfred was definitely a well loved and spoiled pooch.

Sequoia & Petunia & Emma said...

Alfred was such a cute puggy man we will miss him so much.

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Ohhhh as I read your post.. I realized that is the Sandy and Alfred we know too..
So sad that Alfred went to the Bridge.
Your post tribute is beautiful

Sandy said...

Punchy, that's such a sweet comment on our friendships. I am so glad to have met every one of you that I have from blogging. It just proves that we have friends we would never know without the Internet. So glad we were able to meet in person, too. We were so happy that Chalica let us take her two when they had to go to Korea. We loved them and they made us so happy. I admire those doggy parents who have to find their doggies a new home and so glad that they find loving people who will take them in. And there are so many seniors that need homes. You are so wonderful for all the work that you do so selflessly for the pugs and people in need. I sure do like imagining the rainbow bridge with all these loved ones playing and greeting the next loved one that appears. I know you are hugging yours tight tonight.

Payton said...

I am so sorry to hear this news, but your post is so beautiful.


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