Category Archives: Sadie

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Who’s da boss

I don’t think there was ever any question, but I don’t think it was either Odin or Caleb. I wonder who where’s the pants in the family now?

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Continuing on with Sadie week

Megan found this website, 100 Happy Days and she challenged me. I’m always up for a good challenge. Accepted. This week we are finding all of the things that made Sadie happy. She loved her […]

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Little Sadie

We said goodbye to Sadie on Friday. It was a very sad and emotional day for Megan. I’ll go back through and pull some memory photos for her, but I at least wanted to show […]

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Lady Sadie

The week did to get better for little Lady Sadie. My heart is shedding a million tears right now for both Sadie and my daughter.

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Lady Sadie and Sir Caleb

My daughter has a pair of antique Italian greyhounds. Sadie will be 14 next month and Caleb is nearing 16. When Megan adopted them, they were both over 25 lbs and their weight should be […]

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Best Thanksgiving ever

My youngest daughter Holly hosted Thanksgiving today. That kid rocks the kitchen. I still don’t know where she got it from. The overwhelming love for dogs I get, the cooking, not so much. I adore […]

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And the other grand dogs

I have to be the luckiest mom around. I know I am the luckiest mom around. I have such great joy looking at the photos from the two sessions I did on Sunday with both […]

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When things go boom

My oldest daughter has two Italian greyhounds, Sadie and Caleb. They are both senior dogs now, Sadie is 12 suffering from arthritis and Caleb is 15, can’t see, can’t hear and nearly toothless. Despite the […]

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The second annual…

Celebration of the Winter Solstice in JanuaryThe weather was slightly less than cooperative on the longest day this year. And it does seem to be a rather busy time of year, so we celebrated with […]

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