Annual Christmas story for young and old alike, as well as fun stories, commentaries and other matters pertaining to corgis!
Such beautiful faces; it is always too soonNancy
All gone much too soon - I hope I don't have one to be added next year. Thank you Millie.
Ah it's so lovely that you posted all these lovely and wonderful faces! Really helps to make folks appreciate what they have so very much.
I can just picture "St. John" sitting amidst a gaggle of corgis and the other furries pictured here preparing for his first Christmas at the Bridge with the Boss. I'm sure at his right hand is his black lab Lady, whom we lost so many years ago and who I'm positive was more than ecstatic at seeing him again this past April.Until our eternal reunion......thanks, Millie, for your friendship in helping us along when we miss each one so much.
Millie, I have been reading the story since Cindy passed it along to me for that first read-through. I cannot even begin to imagine how many times I've read it now, and I still can't get through it without tears in my eyes.It's so wonderful to see pictures here of all of the much-missed loved ones mentioned......The Other Diane :)