Monday, March 16, 2009

fumble

There had been times in his life…



….when his body was weakened…



…but that was when...



...his spirit was the strongest.

15 comments:

Robynn's Ravings said...

He has old eyes, like my Jo. She's eleven and they are filled with knowing.

Maria said...

so beautiful

The Write Girl said...

Hi Fumble,

You have a beautiful story to tell and your eyes hint of your big spirit!

Thanks for sharing his story Andrea.

Joanne said...

You've done a wonderful job capturing Fumble's life in these photographs, a sweet dog.

Sharon said...

Oh Fumble...I can feel your strong spirit right through my computer screen. What a lovely fellow you are:)

Pete said...

You make me want to bring every dog home.

Dughallmor Beagles said...

I knew it! Crying! Beautiful photos of a beautiful soul indeed, you have really captured his spirit :D
What a lovely blog this is...and a wonderful idea.
Nicky and the Beagles xx

Jeanne said...

I love this idea and will excited to watch it develop over the coming months. Sending the link to a few of my animal-freak (though non-blogging, so don't expect too much) friends.)

Carolina said...

A very sweet face. He touched my heart indeed.

Anonymous said...

This is a beautiful message and I love the photos!

Jaime
thoughtsfurpaws.com

Tatersmama said...

Oh, What a beautiful, beautiful soul!!

Thank you for sharing this one with us, Andrea!
I knew I would need the tissues...

Oz Girl said...

Such a beautiful and knowing dog... how sad to lose our companions. When I lost my first lifetime pet, my dalmatian, it felt like a knife turned in my gut. They are so true to us, aren't they?

Jan said...

He is so sweet. Love the photos.

Martha Basset said...

How beautiful!

Kathy said...

He reminds me of Shorty, the first pet my brothers and I ever had. He lived to be 19. I still can't believe he was that old but my oldest brother was 18 when he died and my folks had him before my brother was born. He was such a warrior. We all loved him and missed him so went he left us. Thank you for this blog.