Home Sweet Home
the Ouachita Mountains of Arkansas)
family is like the branches of a tree.
all grow in different directions
take different paths in life.
our roots remain as one, and no matter where we go,
each take a little of one another with us,
each of us will always be a part of the tree."
Sandy's Son and Daughter-in-Law~
and his wife, Doree, make their home in Arkansas.
are catastrophic claims adjusters and along with PV
and Smeagol, their doglets, they spend
most of each year in their
motor home traveling the US to natural
back at their home in Arkansas,
scuba diving, having friends and family over for cookouts,
& Doree's "hamgurger man" and travelling companion
succumbed to cancer. We'd
lay odds that, at this very moment, he's
to dig out under the Great Doggie Heaven Fence.
Jerry's Daughter and Son-in-Law~
and her husband, Cary, live in Michigan with their two
Spock and Storm.
hard at work in their retail clothing business.
in the pool
Cary relaxes in the kitchen cooking.
attend Detroit Tigers and Lions games, frequently visit the
Zoo, and enjoy having their nieces over for special weekends.
and Sandy's "Canine Children"
one has loved an animal, a part of the soul remains unawakened"
May 29, 2006
June 2, 2007
March 22, 2012
Precious "Canine Children"
have crossed over the Rainbow Bridge
Mae" as we lovingly called her,
probably the kindest pet we have ever had. She gave us over
15 years of pure love and devotion.
will never forget her wonderful personally and her love of her
toys. She loved to just sit and watch her Christmas
stocking waiting for Santa to put her treats in it.
We miss our lovely baby.
Boss Lady" lovingly managed her
and canine family for almost 17 years.
miss our precious little TV companion who always
true devotion with plenty of love and kisses.
1990 - 2005
Feisty Pants" charmed us with her funny, feisty spirit
brought us undying love, laughter, and sunshine
day of her 15 years.
will live in our hearts forever, Pookie.
was our beloved friend and companion
gave total love and devotion,
his family for 17 years.
probably chasing a tennis ball in Doggie Heaven right now. We
will always miss you, Ralph.
matter how old you are, when you go out into the world,
is best to hold hands and stick together."
Robert Fulghum ~