|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
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