Friday, June 23, 2017

Flowers for Mr. Bailey


Today we are joining the Flower Friday bloghop created by Angel Dory and carried on by her brothers Da Boys Arty and Jakey.



We want to dedicate today's Flower Friday to our pal Angel Mr. Bailey from the Idaho Pug Ranch, who sadly had to cross to the Rainbow Bridge on Wednesday.




Mr. Bailey, we are happy you were able to enjoy your new bed this week, but lucky for you, you never need to worry again about all that discomfort from your back and joints.  Where you are today, you can run free with delight and joy.




We know how much you loved a good sunpuddle on your deck.  And now your days will be filled with all the lovely sunpuddles you could want.

We took a nice long walk with Mom today and thought about how much we treasure the friendship we have had with you for so many years and that we continue still with your family.



In true Siberian style, we had to make Mom work for her shot. "Look to the left, Lightning."





"OK, Misty, now let's look to the right."



Probably not our best pic with such bright sunshine today, but we found these pretty flowers for Mr. Bailey at the entrance to our development.  We hope he likes them.




And one more flower photo from our front porch.  Excuse our Gentle Leaders, but they make walking safer for the Momster.



Mr. Bailey, we will miss you a lot, but you will live on in our hearts forever. Soft woos and gentle hugs to your family from all of us.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Mom



18 comments:

Millie and Walter said...

Good work on the camera avoidance techniques. We know Mr. Bailey and Miss Dory are smiling down from the Bridge at seeing your pretty flowers.

Marg said...

What a great tribute to Mr. Bailey. We sure didn't know that he went to the bridge. You two Woos look terrific even with your gentle leaders on your noses. Have a great evening.

Idaho PugRanch said...

Thank you Woo's for this beautiful tribute for Mr Bailey. We are thankful that he enjoyed some good sun puddles in his last few days and oh the comfort of that bed was wonderful. Mom & Dad let him have a last stroll around his yard that he loved so much before making his journey.
thank you for your caring and friendship
hugs
Hazel, Mabel & Mom

Molly the AireGirl said...

What a beautiful tribute to Mr Bailey♥ You found such beautiful flowers.

NanaNor's said...

What a wonderful tribute to a wonderful friend and companion. Hope you have a great weekend.
Wags,
Noreen and Hunter

Murphy said...

A beautiful tribute to Bailey!

Your Pals,

Murphy & Stanley

Mama and da DB Boyz said...

What a beautiful collection of flowers and a wonderful tribute to Mr. Bailey!!
xoxo
Jakey & Arty

C.L.W.STEP said...

That was a lovely tribute! We're so glad you were able to give him some comfort for his achy joints even if it was only for a short time.

Brian said...

That was such a sweet, sweet tribute to a sweet, sweet guy. We send love and hugs to his family.

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

Bwahaahaa! What great photo avoidance!

Collie222 said...

So many losses lately.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

That is a fabulous tribute to Mr. Bailey

Jeanne Pursell said...

Hey! This sounds just like our photo sessions!

Always looking the opposite direction.

A very nice tribute...another Blogville resident...gone too soon.

The Army of Four said...

Beautiful flowers - and so kind to dedicate the post to Mr. Bailey!
Cammie!

KB Bear said...

That was a heartfelt tribute. Thanks for sharing it with all of us. Your flowers are beautiful, and your Sibe faces are earnest. But, of course, you made the momster work hard for a good photo (all the more treats for you, right?).

onespoiledcat said...

Happy Sunday Woo buddies.........we did not know Mr. Bailey but are so very sorry that he's left for the Bridge - we know how painful that adjustment for those who are left behind can be......he had the most ADORABLE little face.

Love, Teddy

sprinkles said...

Oh, how sad! I hadn't heard about Mr. Bailey. I'll stop by and leave my condolences.

My boys have the camera avoidance technique perfected. I don't know why, but they both seem to really hate having their pictures taken.

Huskies622 said...

We are sad to hear about Mr. Bailey. What a nice tribute to your friend.

Kiki and Nala