Monday, August 18, 2008

I Love Lucy!

Meet Lucy, our newest family member! Adorable, sweet and loving she has brought so much joy into our house. After the loss of Buster, we really knew the kids needed another dog. Our house was too quiet, lonely, and sad. We missed the click-clack of doggy nails coming to greet us at the door, and the wet doggy kisses.

Lucy is a great dog with such a loving personality! Her family made a tough decision to find a new home for her when they decided to make a cross country move. We were the lucky ones to become her new family. Thanks to Dawn and her family for giving us a new best friend and companion!
WE love Lucy!

7 comments:

Violet said...

Lucy will definately help heal a broken heart! I have had to say good bye to several dogs that I loved like crazy and they were some of the hardest days of my life. Had I a choice I never would have let them go ... but then I wouldn't have the dogs who now own me, and that I love like crazy. I've learned that letting go opens our hands to receiving new treasures. I paint dogs if you ever want a painted memory of your sweet Buster. www.VioletSkiles.com I would love to learn how to make mosaics, I love yours. I found you while searching mosaics on Etsy. Have fun with Lucy! Violet

Smashgirl said...

Thanks so much Violet, I'll be sure to check out your Etsy shop! You should try mosaics they are so much fun, and quite addicting!

Nancy at ManicForMosaics said...

Lucy is so CUTE! She has the sweetest face and I'm sure she's pleased to have found a wonderful new family. Good for you for adopting her and good for her first family to have found her a loving home!

Estela said...

Awww Lucy is adorable! I want a lucy!

theSugared said...

Lucy is sooo cute!! You must be so happy!

Darrin said...

Gosh..
Labradors are awesome dogs!! Yours looks pretty mellow. Mine is 1 year old and still acts like a puppy, full of energy playfullness!

Smashgirl said...

The thing I love about Labs is that their "pupppyness" lasts for many years...in fact our last dog Buster the chocolate lab acted like a puppy for most of his life!