I love blogging and over the past three years, I have become friends with many other dog and cat bloggers. It is a wonderful way to meet people that love their pets as much as we love Bentley and Pierre. The part of blogging that I hate is saying goodbye to the wonderful dogs and cats that cross the Rainbow Bridge. It doesn’t matter how old they are, it is always too soon.
We had to say goodbye to our friend Dory last week. She left this world on April 9th after a battle with heart disease. Her family is grieving but know that she lived a wonderful 13 years filled with love and happiness. Dory hosted Flower Friday and would pose among some of the most gorgeous blooms. The flowers paled in comparison to her beauty.
Thanks to Kinley the Westie and the Idaho Pug Ranch for hosting this special Flowers for Dory blog hop. We will always love and miss Dory.
We recently visited the Skagit Valley Tulip and Daffodil Festival in Washington. It just so happens those are my two favorite flowers in the world! It is hard to explain how beautiful and massive the fields of flowers were at the Roozen Gaarde® and the Washington Bulb Company. Established in 1985, the Roozen family has over 1,000 acres of field blooms and 15 acres of greenhouses.
Each fall, they plant about 300,000 spring-flowering bulbs. They bloom during festival time and provide an amazing experience for your eyes and nose! You can order bulbs from the Washington Bulb Company and make your yard a special place for next spring.
I will always think of Dory when I look at a field of flowers.
“If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk in my garden forever.”
Alfred Lord Tennyson
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