The yellow dog that melts my heart.
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8 thoughts on “Sweet Rosie”
What a sweetheart.
What a true sweetie! ox
And I can see why.
Smooooooch ! That’s at gentle but firm cyber kiss on Rosie’s sweet sleepy head. Whenever Buddy would sit for you, he’d give you a paw and I’d always kiss it like he was royalty. My hubby would grimace and say, “he walks on that”…..so I would smooch it a whole bunch then try and go kiss Mr B and he’d struggle and laugh…..hehe. What’s better than the sweet smell of doggy ? 😀
Awwww, what a great dog!
What a doll. I have 2 yellow labs, Daisy and Ginger. Labs are the best.
We have had pets all my life…but who knew this little yellow adopted puppy would still my heart like Rosie did.
Well, we all love her. Just a gentle, sweet souled animal.
I agree….labs are the best!
Thank you for taking the time to visit the garden.
I love your site and added it to my favorites list. Just looking at all of your pictures makes me wish spring was here. I work out of my house PT as a nurse and when I finished a bit ago, the first thing I did was check to see if you had added anything new today. I live in Missoula, Montana and we don’t have any snow at our place and it’s supposed to be 45 deg on Saturday so who knows, maybe I can find something to do outside. Once we get our acre deer proofed I plan on doing a large vegetable garden. I wish I didn’t have to do an 8 ft fence around an acre but there are just too many deer and every time I plant a new tree or shrub, I’m tired of having to surround it with fencing for years. My large flower garden is deer proofws with an 8 ft fence. So I can’t wait to be able to garden “outside of the box.” Don’t deer come into your garden and feast?