My last post talked about a subtraction in our household. Thank you all for cheering Jaycee on as she starts the next chapter of her life. But this post is about an addition.
You'll remember that the lovely Daisy joined our household in late June 2022.
|~Daisy June 2022~|
All that made Daisy available for adoption. She would fit into most any household. Daisy gets along with everyone and everything, because she's so easy going. She knows all her manners, having been to advanced obedience, or "finishing school" as I call it, she always does what she's asked. I really could go on and on about Daisy's good qualities, but you get the idea.
The thought of Daisy leaving kept making me a bit choked up. This was because I or we, including the dogs, have loved Daisy since the day we met her in June - When I got her home that rainy day in June, she was wet and it was a little crazy and chaotic, and all she did was sit there and smile at me ... I took her picture (below) and at that moment she stole my heart.
|~First photo - The day we met Daisy~|
I just couldn't let Daisy go, and I felt so selfish in considering keeping her. But in a conversation with a longtime friend, who is also the rescue's foster-home coordinator, I realized it really wasn't. The heart knows what it wants, and how some things are meant to be. So, we pulled the proverbial trigger and adopted Daisy. She is here to stay. Daisy is truly a gift for all of us in our household. And one I am beyond grateful for.
Welcome to Daisy as a permanent member of the Golden Pines Gang
Welcome Daisy to the gang! She is a beautiful dog. My first golden was named Daisy! Congrats to you and Daisy! Take care, have a great day!ReplyDelete
How wonderful for both Daisy and you!ReplyDelete
Welcome Home, truly home, Dear Daisy! and congratulations to the entire family on your new additon to your family. God Bless you and yours for adopted this sweet Girl... our hearts here belong to senior dogs. we wish we could afford more, but senior pets are like senior humans, they need more health care and the three of us is all we can handleReplyDelete
She's such a beautiful dog, I too, wouldn't want to let her go. Lucky Daisy - in the best home in the world!ReplyDelete
When the heart speaks and you listen, you cannot go wrong! So happy that Daisy will be with you and the pack forever!ReplyDelete
Yippee skippee!! Darling beautiful Daisy, you are HOME!ReplyDelete
Such wonderful news... Sometimes you just KNOW in your heart that it was meant to be all along. :)ReplyDelete
Good news for all! Be safe and God bless.ReplyDelete
We're so happy to hear Daisy has found a permanent place in your home. She sure is a sweetie.ReplyDelete
I'm so happy about that! The idea of her smies when you first got her melts my heart.ReplyDelete
Oops! Cheerful Monk, not anonymous.Delete
Good girl, Daisy. Well played! ;-)ReplyDelete
What a sweet girlie! So glad she's in her forever home.ReplyDelete
She smiles with her eyes! Congrats to Daisy and to you!~ReplyDelete
What a sweet smile. So happy for Daisy that she has her furever home!ReplyDelete
Your goal as a rescue is to take care of dog needs then find her a good home. Mission accomplished. Daisy ended up in a terrific homeReplyDelete
Welcome home Daisy!ReplyDelete
Well done for listening to your heart. I'll bet Daisy is pleased too. She looks a typical, loving, Goofy Golden, and I can see why you fell for her.ReplyDelete
What beautiful girl daisy is .ReplyDelete
What a beautiful soul you have.
In this greedy,self centered age we
Live in it it people like you exist.
May God bless you for all you do
helping his animals.