Fun Fridays #7 - "The Coach" Collie St. Bernard Mix
Happiness and laughter are so good for our health!
"A happy heart makes the face cheerful" Proverbs 15:13
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This is a series called: "Fun Fridays". On the first Friday of every month I will share with you an old photo or something from the recent past that made me happy; in hopes that it will at least make you smile 😊
Last year in November we lost our Great Pyrenees to kidney failure - His name was "Gourdon" and he was the Timbit King (click HERE to view). Our canine child before Gourdon was "The Coach" -he was a Collie St. Bernard mix. Coach just loved to be with us no matter where we were going he wanted to go with us - even the beach (no worries, when this picture was taken it was not a hot day and we did not stay very long). He loved to howl along with a harmonica or along with the town tornado siren. ENJOY!
(I just noticed that today is the 7th Fun Friday, it is also the 7th of July and Coach's birthday was on the 7th. The seventh of January but still the seventh)
Click to view other Fun Fridays:
#1 Contortionist Artist
#2 The Importance of Sleep
#3 Squeezing Into a Square Photo
#4 Thrown in with the Elephants
#5 Niagara Falling
#6 Ragdoll Baby
#8 Lake Erie Days of Summer
#9 Gourdon's First Day of School
#10 Leaf Raking Family Fun
#11 First Sweet Potato Harvest From 20 Years Ago
#12 Barbie Beach Bus & Santa
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What a beautiful dog. It's it amazing that they can still bring pleasure long after they're gone from this earth. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
Oh Gourdon was so gorgeous. Thank you for linking up and sharing with us at #overthemoon. Have a beautiful day xReplyDelete
It is always so sad to lose our beloved pets. Yours was so beautiful. I can just hear him howling to the harmonica. They stay is our hearts.ReplyDelete
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7 is a beautiful number <3ReplyDelete