Monday, June 2, 2008

just a little prayer for a sweet doggie..


I really don't have a lot to say about this. Or I don't know what to say. I know KNOW there are people who are facing much more dire and pressing reasons for your thoughts and prayers, but if you have a minute, just a quick little moment, please send some positive vibes to Mr.Chester. He didn't get the best prognosis today at the vet and I just want him to feel as GREAT as he can for as LONG as he can. Thank you from me and the bottom of SWEET Chester's endless loving heart.

That last picture is entitled, "MR. TOLERANT" . Thought you might want to have some insight into Mr. C's delightful and patient character.
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Lori said...

Sweet doggie prayers are sent your way to your boy Chester... As a fond viewer of your blog and boxer owner myself I must say my heart goes out to you. My soon to be 12 year old boxer amazes me everyday with the love he gives despite his many health issues.
God bless and ((hugs to Mr.C))

Robyn said...

Lori, thank you so much, Chester and I appreciate your kindness. Hugs to you and your boxer and who ever has that delightful little smuch face in your avatar!

Tracy said...

I love that last picture. Good doggie vibes your way.

I was driving through Baltimore county yesterday and I think I saw the church with the red door you took pictures by with the ballet costume a while back. It may not be the same one, but it sure looked familar. It was pretty cool to see the door and know it from your pictures.

Robyn said...

Tracy, thanks that's sweet, we appreciate your thoughts! The door is actually smack dab in the center of Bel Air and you've probably driven by it a zillion times! LOL It's at an Episcopal church by Kleins.

BrandyD said...

My heart is broken. Chester is the Bester. I love his silly face and his high pitched scratchy bark. I am hoping for the best. He makes the best fur pillow around. Macy agrees!!!