Dedicated to Rosie
The Sweetpeas absolutely love dogs even though we don't have one of our own. If you remember reading my post the other day about Sue , the black labrador and also the random photos that I post up every now again on Instagram that they take of the dogs that live with our family.
This one is of Traffic, my brother's dog officially but he's so lovely that everyone wants to say he's their dog. He didn't start life out with us but he eventually found his way into our family and he's now certainly not going anywhere.
We were also trawling through some scrapbooks the other day and came across this photo of my brother and Tiny. My parents had Tiny right from a puppy and she was an absolutely gorgeous dog. She certainly wasn't just for Christmas.
Rosie is a Basset Hound and is utterly adorable. She's my friend's dog and we get regular updates about what she's been doing via photographs and some little captions. Alyssa thoroughly enjoys reading and looking at them. When my friend sent over a video for Alyssa to take a look at too, well, Alyssa had to watch it immediately even though it was nearly bedtime.
She was delighted at watching her run about and particularly liked how she interacts with their cat too.
Take a peek at the film and you'll see what I mean. (Video was made by my friend's son for a University project. ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1beFwixg9ek&feature=youtu.be is the link
I particularly like this photograph of Alyssa as you can see how she is transfixed with wonder.
Thank you very much to the SunnyBerry family as Alyssa calls them for allowing us to enjoy Rosie's life too. Rosie has most certainly got a home for life and not just for Christmas.
Here's a photograph of the card that Alyssa found on my Phoenix Trading page which she sent to her after she had an operation. I love how it is still proudly displayed on their fridge.
A Rosie is for life and not just for Christmas.