Tuesday, March 24, 2015

A Remembered Angel

Yes, yes. I have used this picture a couple of times this week.
But if you read the post, you will see why I reposted it
TODAY

I had this special FURiend here in Blogville named Payton. I never met her in the fur, but we were like sisters in many ways. Payton was so spirited and fun and I loved reading about her adventures on her blog Pugnacious P. There was one special thing about Payton, though. . . she was a PDE Survivor. If you don't know what PDE is and you are a PUG - then rush right over to her blog (her awesome 'rents keep the sight up and active for peeps looking for PDE info and help) and find out: Pugnacious P

Payton was a fighter but the effects of PDE took its toll on her body. In 2012 at age 9 years, Payton crossed the Rainbow Bridge and became an angel forever.I think of her almost every day when I scroll through Blogville posts or hear about another pug diagnosed with PDE. I learned so much from her. And I even have had the special honor of meeting her 'rents who are as wonderful as I always imagined they would be.

March 21 was Payton's birthday. . . and one way we honor Payton is with pictures of pink flowers - because Payton loved pink flowers.

My Auntie B happened to take some spectacular pictures of pink flowers over this weekend and they reminded me of Payton so much that I wanted to blog about them. So here they are -

PAYTON'S PINK FLOWERS





I love you Angel Payton and I know you are watching over us all

12 comments:

Julie said...

What a lovely way to remember your furfriend, those pink flowers are truly beautiful.
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx

stellaroselong said...

What a beautiful way Noodles to remember your friend.
stella rose

Adi said...

Those pink flowers are so beautiful. I'm sure Payton was such a dear.<3

Vegetarian Courtesy


Ellen Gawthorp said...

We planted pink bleeding hearts in memory of Payton ... they are so pretty when they bloom!

XOXOXOXOXO
Zoe, Peyton, Webster, Liberty, Whitney & Jaxzyn

Idaho PugRanch said...

We always think of Payton too, she was a brave and beautiful soul
hugs
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

Noodle4President said...

This is so sweet, Noodle! Thinking of you and your friend. <3, Noodle

dw said...

How sweet, Noodles! Back in 2012 we had pink flowers on the balcony for Payton. I never got to meet her either, but I did meet her parents and they are great!

Karen and Riley

Anonymous said...

Noodles! You are making our Mom's eyes leak. Daisy and Scooter Pugman

The Devil Dog said...

Those are beautiful pink flowers. I am sure Payton is looking down at you and smiling.

Roxy & Lucky

Tweedles -- that's me said...

We think of Payton too!
So beautiful the flowers for her.
love
tweedles

Angel Payton, Donald, and Daisy's Gampy said...

Such a wonderful post remembering my Grandpug Payton, Noodles! I miss her very much too.

Love, Gampy

Pug Slope said...

Hi Noodles! I miss Payton, too. She was a very awesome pug. Those pink flowers sure are amazing, too. I hope to see some pink flowers myself in person - once all this snow melts.

-Love,
Sid.