Tuesday, 3 December 2019

A Year Ago...William


Sweet William
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This was a year ago!!!
He's second on the left
I do miss him

33 comments:

  1. It does not seem like a whole year already. He'll always be in your heart!

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  2. a year already! william will always be there for you.

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  3. sweet boy is always there....

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  4. Your William looks a beautiful boy John running free and full of fun.It's heartbreaking for us that they can't live as long as we can isn't it.I'm close to tears now reading your post as I too miss my darling top dog who had to be put to sleep 16 months ago after a poor recovery from having his gall bladder removed.The loss was so great I got another 2 dogs(already having 2) but still I miss him painfully x

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  5. Of course you do. He still has a home in your crowded heart.

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  6. What a good boy he was! I will always remember your William fondly. Hugs.

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  7. What a wonderful picture! Sweet William gave you many beautiful memories and he hung around as long as he could. Now you have lovely Dottie, and your heart is opening up to love again.

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  8. Can't believe how quickly a year flies. What a darling doggo he was. Hugs to you John.

    Jo in Auckland

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  9. I enjoyed your posts about the little guy and was sad when he passed. He seemed to be the essentially 'basic and perfect' dog. I'm sure you miss him greatly still. He truly was a Good Boy.

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  10. I miss hiim too.

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  11. Saw a Welsh Terrior at the vet the other day, and thought of you and your pups, those with you and those gone on.

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  12. I remember that post and the photo of him chasing bees as well as the many stories of sweet William he was a good boy I must say I have a fondness for the Terriers grew up with a Lakeland and wire haired Terriers, it's lovely to look back and remember him with affection.
    I especially remember a story you wrote about one dog being on one side of the river opposite the other dog and the fun and games sorting it out must try and find
    that episode ah memories hey.

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  13. I remember Sweet William he was such a gud dug and will always be in your heart. Sitting by the window and letting the sun shine on his face. I feel I know all your gud dugs so well.
    parsnip xx

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  14. I miss you writing about him and seeing his pictures. As Parsnip said, he will always be in your heart. You gave him a good life and he gave you lots of love and good memories.

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  15. I shall take a few simple Christmas decorations down to my past dogs (and cat's) grave; just to let them know I miss them.

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  16. Oh why did this post have to come now. I just lost my dog 3 hrs ago. I can't sleep so was flicking through my favourite blogs and then this . So many people lose their best friends in all the world, but it doesn't make it any easier. I am in floods of tears again.

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    1. I am so sorry for your loss. It is heartbreaking to lose a much loved pet. x

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    2. No it has helped to read this post, I am all cried out now. (well nearly, still keep welling up)Just read about your Sweet William again, that epitomises my sweet girl. It has helped. xx
      Thank you for this post

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  17. Yes, departed loved ones always remain an indelible fixture. I lost both my beloved Blackso (the First) and Noodles in 2017 and have been 'acquired' by four more pussycats already since then, but I still miss the first two like hell every single day - in the same way that I know I'm going to miss any of these four when their time is up.

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  18. what a beautiful photo full of doggie joy and happiness.

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  19. I can't believe that was a year ago. William was my favourite out of all your dogs. x

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  20. Anonymous10:51 am

    Darling boy, he had a good life with you and he gave you love in return.
    Such a lovely photo of them all in a line chasing each other. Rest In Peace wonderful Sweet William.
    Tess xxx

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  21. I love the "smiling into the wind" picture of William in your sidebar.

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  22. Wonderful to see him so lively and happy even though he must have been almost blind.

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  23. The down side of loving our dogs John I'm afraid.

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  24. Can't believe it's been a year, John. That's a wonderful photo :)

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  25. I lost my soul dog over 8 years ago and I could still weep just thinking about him.

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  26. A year already, and yet still it hurts doesn't it. I just went back and read last years post, and yes, it made me cry all over again. Sweet, sweet William. xx

    A beautiful photo of happy, happy dogs :-)

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