Monday, October 3, 2016

It's the beginning of autumn and a hint of coolness is in the air in southern Virginia.....well, barely a hint, but it's there!!  Autumn is my favorite season of the year and inspired me to start my blog posting again.  I've been away, living life in all its ups and downs.

The most important note to this blog is that the namesake for this blog, my Daisy, passed over the Rainbow Bridge this spring.  I read other people's blogs about losing a pet and I can relate to them.  I had the perfect dog, a Cairn Terrier with a social butterfly disposition and a heart of gold.  She was truly the perfect dog and we miss her so much.  The name of this blog will continue to be Down the lane with Daisy as an homage to this little sweetie.

On another subject, I understand that many people have switched to Instagram, Twitter, facebook, whatever and have dropped their blogs.  I happen to enjoy the blogs and subscribe to many, many of them.  Please subscribe to mine and I'll be posting more often with projects and ideas I've had.

Take care,  Eileen

3 comments:

  1. Hi Eileen, I saw your blog name on someone's blog and came by for a visit. I'm sorry to read about your sweet dog. We love pets and I know how much they mean to you and it's hard to lose them. I have enjoyed your last few posts and I'm signing up to follow. Hope you are going to continue blogging! Have a nice weekend!

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  2. Hi Eileen,
    I'm so sorry to read about your dog.I'm not on facebook or twitter, but I do enjoy blogging.Hope you will decide to share your work with us. Merry Christmas to you.
    Hugs,
    Marie

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  3. Eileen,
    I am SO SORRY about your loss of your sweet little fur baby. IT is the hardest thing ever to no longer have them by your side. They forever will live in your heart. I hope that the tears you cry for the loss of your baby will soon make a rainbow over your heart so that you will one day be healed and once again find joy in the memories of life you shared with that little child who was dressed in fur. I know that her wings were ready but your heart was not. I understand oh too well what you feel. I hope you will still find some joy in this season of Christmas.
    Blessings,
    Tonita

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